“Williams, however, is not just a painter, for his prints, unlike those of the majority of painters, occupy for him an equally important position… it was the etching, begun in London in 1954, which were instrumental in introducing to his work generally the discipline and formal order which became its later characteristics. In other words, the etchings provided a guide for the paintings.” Excerpts from John Brack’s introduction to James Mollison’s catalogue of Fred Williams’ etchings, published by Rody Komon Gallery, 1968, which lists all the works in this exhibition.
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