‘Self Portrait’ by George Hardie
This self portrait by George Hardie was originally made in 1973, when George had recently left the Royal College of Art. The artwork was produced as a first stage towards making a logo marque that George used for many years, in particular his time at Nicholas Thirkell Associates (NTA). The logo marque appears on page 16 of the limited edition book by Hardie, ‘Manual’.
The text at the bottom of the print reads “My wife drives me to the cottage and my work drives me back” – not to appear.
This print was reproduced as a signed limited edition print in 2021.
Signed and numbered, edition of 50.
Size 355mm x 355mm (This is to the edge of the paper, the white border and signing area. The Screen printed area is 255mm x 255mm)