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Hailing from Germany, Inge King’s contributions to Australian art were extraordinary. She was at the forefront of diversifying non-figurative sculpture, part of the Centre 5 group that worked to build public awareness of contemporary sculpture. King’s language of abstraction flowered from animals and plants through to rings and trajectories of the planetary system. She was interested in balance, movement and the ability of sculpture to enchant and amaze the viewer. In this linocut, King’s philosophy for sculpture lands on a page. Titled ‘Angel’, it is a heavenly find – as the artist mused, “Sculpture is the exploration of form and space, it is drawing from a thousand different angles”. Represented across public collections, King is a must for collectors of Australian art.
Inge KING (1915 - 2015)'Angel' 2004linocut on paperEdition of 20Image Size: 20 x 15 cm Dimensions: 40 x 30 cm Signed: Signed, dated, titled, and numbered in pencil in margin below image: 12/20 Angel Inge King ’04 Comes with Letter of Provenance Condition: Excellent © Inge King / Copyright Agency 2023
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