Stanley William Hayter was an influential painter who taught up-and-coming modernists in his Atelier 1917 in Paris and NYC. Based on the surrealist practice of automatic drawing, or blind drawing, as we may call it, his approach to art focused heavily on experimentation. This screenprint on paper experiments with the optics of color with its interwoven waves of pinks and green.
Signed, “SW Hayter 70” in lower right and numbered “62/175” in pencil. Fair condition with early moisture-related damage in margins, soiling throughout margins, image area largely unaffected.