Aquatint on Japon Paper
Artist Proofs 6 of 36
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Roberto Matta initially called his surrealist paintings psychological morphologies. Later, he changed the name to Inscape, because he believed that his paintings were actually the landscape of his inner mind.
Sold as a set of 2.
Roberto Matta (Chilean, 1911-2012).
From the Season in Hell series.
Presented in carved giltwood frames with white mat under plexiglass.
Signed with artist's insignia lower right recto
Weinstein Gallery, San Francisco, November 2005
Not examined out of frame.
No obvious signs of wear to art.
Light wear to frames.