Printed area 25 x 32 cm
From Mathematical Curves collection
Hand-printed screen prints on acid-free paper
About QUADRATIC BOOTS Mary says:
'This is a pun on the mathematical term ‘quadratic roots’ (those points on the horizontal (x) axis where the graph of a quadratic curve crosses it. ) The purple platform boots worn by the female figure are the quadratic boots in question!'
Quadratic Boots by Mary Rouncefield listed in:
, Prints of PRILIC artists, All prints, Earlier prints at the Shakespeare