5,000 - 7,000 USD
5,000 - 7,000 USD
signed and dated 1991
acrylic, fluorescent acrylic and pencil on graph paper
Sheet: 17½ by 22⅛ in. (44.5 by 56.2 cm.)
Framed: 20¼ by 24½ in. (51.4 by 62.3 cm.)
This work is in very good condition overall. The sheet has been glued down to the backing board. There is undulation and minor soft creases throughout the sheet, inherent to the artist's working method. There are a few minute cracks to a thicker area of impasto within the central orange passage, inherent to the artist's working method. There is evidence of two minor hairline tears, 3 inches and 4½ inches from the central left edge, respectively, visible upon close inspection and under raking light. Framed under Plexiglas.
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Galeria Luisa Strina, Rio de Janeiro
Acquired from the above by the present owner
“I grew up with the notion that paintings create light, that picturing light was really important. As my work developed, I wanted to make paintings that created light, not natural light, but an artificial light.”
- Peter Halley