Eduardo Paolozzi (1924 - 2005) was a Scottish sculptor and artist. He studied at the Edinburgh College of Art, Saint Martins School of Art and Slade School of Art. After his education, Paolozzi moved to Paris, later returning to London and establishing his studio in Chelsea. Paolozzi was interested in everything and would use a variety of objects and materials in his work, particularly in his collages.
A rare untitled etching, on wove paper.
A striking and beautifully produced woodcut from the set of six woodcuts 'For Charles Rennie Mackintosh'.
On a visit to Germany, Paolozzi discovered a plate in a book called Kosmos c. 1920, which illustrated an artist's impression of organ music. Paolozzi later referred to this image as one he drew on endlessly, giving him the confidence to realise this series of wood prints dedicated to Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1929). The linear and abstract forms in these prints are inspired by music.