Initialled and dated by the artist in pencil. Numbered from the edition of 7.
From a group of four screenprints which "were adapted from drawings Knowles originally made as preparatory studies for his sculpture, but which he also considers separate works. Knowles referred to these pencil and oil-based crayon drawings as ‘abstract-figurative’ works, as they were inspired by landscape and other figurative sources. Each work is composed of a number of black lines which overlap and intersect to define different box-like forms. In this work, four lines are positioned to form a rough square at the top of the page. The lines overlap at each corner except on the bottom right where they form a perfect right angle." - quotation Tate