Part of the exhibition:
Edwin Tanner

artwork If death should keep his old domain then we shall keep our old alarms by Edwin Tanner

Edwin Tanner
If death should keep his old domain then we shall keep our old alarms 1962
PVA, Perspex, aluminium & clocks on board
signed & dated u.l.; titled on reverse
104.5 x 20  cm

Provenance:
The Estate of Edwin Tanner
Exhibited:
Edwin Tanner Retrospective, Age Gallery, 18 - 29 Oct 1976, No 25 as 'If death should keep his old domain then we shall keep our old alarms'. Homage to Australian poet Noel Macainsh';
Edwin Tanner: Construction and Relief Paintings of the 1960s, Charles Nodrum Gallery,
26 October - 19 November 1988, No 3; David Jones Gallery, Sydney, label verso, c.1992