Helen Chadwick was one of six contemporary artists selected by the critic Richard Cork to create prints for display in hospitals and other public health buildings for the King's Fund Hospital Project in 1989.
Her contribution was Anatoli, which takes its title from a town in the north-west region of Greece. The composition is similar to that of Meat Abstract No 1, a work she also referred to as 'Black Sun'. In contrast to the sombre pallet in the photograph, Anatoli offers a fiery yellow sun floating through the sky in a golden haze. It was printed at the Oxford Printmakers Cooperative, Oxford, UK.
Leonie O'Dwyer, Helen Chadwick: a critical
catalogue raisonné, Leeds 2012 (illustrated in colour, no. 102).