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ANNE TRUITT | 6 SEPT '71

Estimate:

10,000

to
- 15,000 USD

ANNE TRUITT | 6 SEPT '71

ANNE TRUITT | 6 SEPT '71

Estimate:

10,000

to
- 15,000 USD

Lot sold:

32,500

USD

ANNE TRUITT

1921 - 2004

6 SEPT '71


signed and titled on the reverse

acrylic on paper

Sheet: 22¾ by 29⅞ in. (57.8 by 75.8 cm.)

Framed: 23⅜ by 30½ in. (59.4 by 77.5 cm.)

Executed in 1971.

This work is in very good condition overall. There are minor creases and minute tears to the deckled edges, likely inherent to the artist's working method and chosen medium. There is a soft crease to the upper left corner, visible upon close inspection. There is a minor abrasion below the central upper edge and another to the upper right corner, both visible upon close inspection. Framed under glass.


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Anne Truitt was well-recognized during her career in the mid-twentieth century as a major American sculptor. Unlike her contemporaries such as Donald Judd, she made her own sculptures by hand, eschewing industrial processes. Her work often invokes past memories, thereby permeating a sense of nostalgia.