3 December 2002
Donald Evans (1945-1977)
Domino - 12 stamps in one frame
pen and black ink and watercolour on paper
30 x 21 cm. (overall)
Executed in 1973.
Hester van Royen Gallery Ltd, London.
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W. Eigerhart, The world of Donald Evans, Amsterdam 1980, p. 68-69 (ill).
Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, Donald Evans, 24 December 1980 - 8 February 1981, no.38.
In interviews, Donald Evans said he made domino stamps because he liked the game. He liked the sound of dominos and the way they look, so he invented a newly independent country called Domino and put them on its stamps.
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