"Black and Red, April 25, 2007"2007
Limited Edition Print : Silkscreen Ink and Flocking on Museum Board
Size : 24x24 in | 61x61 cm
Edition : Upon RequestMOTIVATED SELLERREDUCEDFAVORITE
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Condition : Mint
Story / Additional Info : The centers and background are black flocked and the background is then over-printed with three passes of black enamel ink. Each print titled, dated, and initialed by the artist, left margin, numbered lower right, with the artist and publisher stamp.
Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
LID : 22148
Donald Sultan - United States
Art Brokerage: Donald Sultan American Artist: b. 1951. Although his paintings fit into the criteria of a still life, Sultan describes these works as first and foremost abstract. The largeness of Sultan's compositions, huge pieces of fruit, flowers, dominoes and other objects, set against the stark, unsettling tar-black, eight-foot square background, dominate the viewer. Donald Sultan is best known for his lemons and fruit, and states that his subjects develop from previous work. The oval of his lemons has led to a series of oval-blossomed tulips. Dots from dice have become oranges. What does not change with Sultan's work is the powerful statement his forms make. Sultan's work incorporates basic geometric and organic forms with a formal purity that is both subtle and monumental. Donald Sultan's images are weighty, with equal emphasis on both negative and positive areas. Sultan describes his work as "heavy structure, holding fragile meaning" with the ability to "turn you off and turn you on at the same time." Sultan's still lifes have been described as studies in contrast. His powerfully sensual, fleshy object representations are rendered through a labor-intensive and unique method. Listings Wanted.