- Type: Painting
- Medium: Oil on canvas
- Production Date: 1965
- Description: Jeffrey Steele's work in the 1960s was two-dimensional and two-tonal, and explored the idea of space and how we conceive space. He explained his work as 'visual black and white impressions based upon a series of lines of length which increase in mathematical progression'. He was interested not only in the creation of a sense of space within artworks, but was also interested in how an audience responds to art and the way in which they move in the space around an artwork in order to gain different perspectives.
- Dimensions: 90 cm (H) x 120 cm (W)
- Digital Copy:A digital copy exists.
- Location: Pathfoot A-B link corridor 1
- Related Material: Link to Archive record - GB559_AC_OH_2016_5
- Related Material: Link to Archive record - GB559_AC_OF_1974_22
- Accession Number: 1974.22
- Contact: University of Stirling Art Collection