THE ACRYLIC ARRANGEMENT 1982
Undoubtedly one of Elliott’s magna opera, ‘The Acrylic Arrangement’ is a perfect example of the artist's ‘Symphonies for the Camera'. The precision and symmetry in this image is simply staggering and massively difficult to achieve with photography. The image shows the Artist’s fascination with light and luminosity. Elliott once quipped “Light is the spirit of things, for without it we are nothing”. And philosophical beliefs such as “Geometry is purity of form” and “Beauty is order”, certainly walk their talk in this masterpiece. ‘The Acrylic Arrangement’ took 265 hours of work to create, over a period of six weeks. In this 'Symphony For The Camera' Elliott created every single piece himself and positioned it relative to the camera. A highly original approach and a hallmark of his work.
Elliott once described this masterpiece as

"A paragon for perfectionists to ponder."

An amazing unrepeatable masterpiece, the likes of which we shall never see again. Elliott never repeats himself and has long since abandoned his 'Symphonies For The Camera' approach. This is a hugely important magnum opus.


Total Number Of Originals: 5 (1 available)
Size Of Piece: 47 x 30 inches
Size Of Frame: 54 x 37 inches
Original Type: Archival Giclée
Hand printed by The Artist
Price: £22,500
SIGNED BY THE ARTIST
IN STOCK ARCHIVALLY MOUNTED AND FRAMED

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