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Chanson de Toile 1998

Judith Rothchild

* 1950 in Boston

An anonymous love song of the twelfth century inspired Judith Rothchild to create a series of six four-color screen prints. The brightly colored images, relatively abstract in form, but based on motifs of fragments of cloth, are printed on a long sheet of Rives BFK which is folded into a leporello. The text on semi-transparent Japanese paper is inserted. The books, in red screen printed wrappers with a silver motif, are presented in coral colored slipcases. Signed by the artist. Edition of 25. Size: 20.5 x 16 cm, that unfolds into 160 cm.

The letterpress is printed by Mark Lintott, Claude Vallin made the slipcases, and the screen prints are hand printed by the artist.


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