Elizabeth Lewis - Mid 20th Century Sculpture, Landscape in Metal and Resin
DescriptionAn interesting and unique sculptural landscape work by the industrial artist Elizabeth Lewis, depicting a wooded lake landscape in moonlight, with fir trees and grasses. Lewis has used a combination of metal and resin in this monumental work, producing a rough and sometimes sharp surface texture. Attached to a blue backing board, and presented in a silver metallic frame, as shown. Signed on the reverse.
The work is in very good original condition. There are some small surface marks to the blue mount, in the lower left corner, and light scuffing to the corners of the metallic frame.
60.8 x 68.7cm (23.9" x 27")Framed Size: 76.3 x 83.7cm (30" x 33")
Elizabeth Lewis was an artist whose work is characterised by the use of various metals and resins. Her industrial art consists of wall panels made for boardrooms and foyers of industrial premises, frequently utilising components produced by the companies concerned, as in the panels for the Rolls-Royce offices in England and France, the Minigrip Corporation of New York, and other manufacturers large and small. Her work has been included in exhibitions in the Royal West of England Academy, the Royal Ulster Academy and private galleries throughout the United Kingdom. She has also held solo exhibitions in the Home Counties, the Midlands, and Wales.
|Date||Mid 20th Century|
|Dimensions||60.8 x 68.7cm|
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