four squares (after Malevich)
A modular mirror in four parts, it was included in
Emergence & Transformation,
an on-line exhibition hosted by IAP Fine Art. This image shows the reflections of a painting by Chris Gollon and a unique candelabra by Paul Hatton - both included in exhibition.
Size shown: 780 x 780 x 35 mm
Weight per unit: mirror 1.5 kg; panels 1 kg.
This design can also be commissioned as a customised version
Not suitable for areas with high condensation
Photograph by Guy Lockwood
The panels follow the 1915 composition by Kasimir Malevich shown here, the black panels are hand painted in acrylic.
The mirror panels are in 4mm silvered float glass with polished edges. All the panels are set in hand finished ash wood frames with a white stain and lime wax finish.
The face on the tray frames is only 5mm wide and each one has an integral split batten on the reverse for secure, flush hanging on the wall. The panels can be displayed as shown or reconfigured as desired.
Each unit is stamped and signed on the reverse.
Four Squares (after Malevich)
is available to purchase from
IAP Fine Art.
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