'Cell Structure', painting of an idealised animal cell, 1986.

Made:
1986 in England and London
maker:
John Barber
and
Cynthia Clarke

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Painting of an idealised animal cell showing its internal structure, by John Barber and Cynthia Clark, October 1986. Acrylic paint on gesso panel; 71.2x75.5x0.7cm. Credited and dated on verso of panel. With tissue overlay annotated with card for Graphicus [associated design consultants, London] and inviting comments; 'artwork is 85% finished'. Surmounted by red art paper cover. Design for the image used as symbol in the Science Museum's 'Cells Molecules and Life' gallery [cleared 1999]

Painting of an idealised animal cell showing its internal structure, by John Barber and Cynthia Clark, October 1986. Acrylic paint on gesso panel; 71.2 x 75.5 x 0.7cm. Credited and dated on verso of panel. With tissue overlay annotated with card for Graphicus [associated design consultants, London] and inviting comments; 'artwork is 85% finished'. Surmounted by red art paper cover. Design for the image used as symbol in the Science Museum's 'Cells Molecules and Life' gallery [cleared 1999]

Details

Category:
Art
Object Number:
1987-62
type:
painting
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
  • visual and verbal communication
  • oil painting - visual work