"RARE Double sided Wood Screen M 57 Elvis (Based on an Elvis Song)"
Limited Edition Print : 5 Panel Double Sided Wood Screen With Raised Text
Size : 78x149 in | 198x378 cm
Edition : Very Rare: Only 7 were completedREDUCEDFAVORITE6 WATCHING
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Story / Additional Info78 x 30 inches per panel, 78 x 149 inches total. The screen is doublesided. This is what his catalogue raisonne says: M-57 five panel wood screen with raised text 78x30 inches per panel.78-149 inches. Signed and numbred on engraved metal tag 1x3 inches affixed to screen. Screen held together by steel hardware. Was recently disassembled and polished and is currently crated.
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Edward Ruscha - United States
Art Brokerage: Ed Ruscha American Artist: Ed Ruscha is an American artist whose oeuvre melds Pop Art iconography with the documentarian rigor of Conceptual Art. With a practice that spans drawing, painting, photography, film, printmaking, and publishing, Ruscha’s background as a graphic designer is evident in his subtle use of typography. He is perhaps best known for his artist’s books, such as Twentysix Gasoline Stations (1963), as well as his word paintings which skew the meaning of each word through color, background, and font. “I like the idea of a word becoming a picture, almost leaving its body, then coming back and becoming a word again,” he said of his inspiration. Born on December 16, 1937 in Omaha, NE, he grew up in Oklahoma City before moving to Los Angeles to study art at the Chouinard Institute (now the California Institute of the Arts). Deeply influenced by the culture and atmosphere of Southern California, Los Angeles as a place has proved to be a consistent wellspring for Ruscha’s imagination. In 2016, he was the subject of a sprawling exhibition at the de Young Museum in San Francisco, titled “Ed Ruscha and the Great American West,” it included 99 works which dealt with America’s captivation with the western landscape and manifest destiny. The artist’s works are held in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art in New York, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., the Tate Gallery in London, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. Listings wanted.