London, South Kensington
28 March 2001
Andy Goldsworthy (b.1956)
Poppy Petals-wrapped around a boulder, with water, Sidobre, France. 6 June 1989
signed, titled and dated on the lower edge of the secondary photograph Andy Goldsworthy, POPPY PETALS WRAPPED AROUND A BOULDER, WITH WATER. SIDOBRE, FRANCE. 6 JUNE 1989.
two Cibachrome prints, one with pencil in artist's frames
primary photograph: 50 x 37in. (127 x 94cm.); secondary photograph: 20 x 14¾in. (51 x 37.5cm.)
Executed in an edition of three in 1989, this is number three. (2)
Fabian Carlsson Gallery, London.
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Andy Goldsworthy, Andy Goldsworthy, London, 1990 (illustrated in colour).
Japan, The British Council of Visual Arts, BRITISH ART NOW, 1990-1991, Catalogue no. 19.
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