Sir Richard Julian Long, (born 1945) is an English sculptor and one of the best known British land artists. Long is the only artist to have been short-listed four times for the Turner Prize. Long studied at St Martins before going on to create work using various media including sculpture, photography and text. His work is on permanent display in Britain at the Tate and Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery as well as galleries in America, Switzerland and Australia.
A unique original mixed media work made by layering mud from the Panara Do Manori River, Amazonia on top of a 127 x 190 mm image of a section of his work 'Red Gravity' 2015.
The artist created the work in 2017 for the Royal West of England Academy.
The work has been signed, dated and titled "Parana Do Manori Mud Drawing" by the artist in heavy pencil on the reverse.
A sought after silkscreen printed on arches by Advanced Graphics London in 2002.
Signed and numbered (160/200) by the artist in light blue pencil (in the margin).
30.5cm x 19.5cm before framing.
An original artwork featuring the Turner prize winning artists imprints using mud on handmade paper. Signed and dated on the reverse.
The work was originally created for the RWA and is similar in style to those created earlier using River Avon mud.
Original works by Richard Long on paper or board very rarely come onto the market and are much sought after by collectors and investors.
The image measures 14 x 19cm and has been framed to museum standards.