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Max Gimblett relationship with print-making spans decades and illustrates key eras of his artistic practice. The New Zealand Suite from 1979 sits within Gimblett’s geometric painting series from this period. His early influence in Eastern culture and philosophy is also evident in the titling and visual simplicity of these works. More recently produced lithographs and screenprints show important developments in his work such as the employment of the quatrefoil shape, and his move to more gestural mark-making. Many of his recent works are unique within a series of screenprints and use a range of metallic foils.
Gimblett also creates unique works on paper, some of which are also featured here.