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Maquettes for door panels for the Hunterian Art Gallery

Over his 50-year career, Eduardo Paolozzi was a hugely prolific artist and designer. He worked across many disciplines, including painting, sculpture, ceramics, textiles and printmaking, and introduced a radically new collage technique to Britain. He juxtaposed disparate sources such as pop art and Surrealism with an industrial, machine aesthetic. He applied this process across all media, from a set of low-relief aluminium doors designed for the Hunterian Art Gallery in Glasgow, to a series of highly original screenprints.

Credit: National Galleries Scotland - SNGMA

1976-76
Wood, shellac and plaster
SDG377
Image and text © V&A Dundee

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V&A Dundee
Permanent collection