It's Thursday and we thought you'd like to see Ron's Thursday Man II, made on this week-day back in 1962!
A one-off print on beautiful Japanese Wood Veneer Paper, it was made by Ron in the very early days of his experiments with print-making. It is part of a small group of individual and limited editions of Early Masks, that were inspired by his visits to study African Masks at the British Museum, when he was a Chelsea School of Art student.
Look closely though and you will be able to see how these week-day prints influenced his first, and now iconic, version of Chaucer's Prologue, which he created a few years later in 1967.
We hope you enjoy seeing these masks as much as we have in re-discovering them here at Ron's studio.
Please let us know what you think of this Series of works @ronkingstudio
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