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"Glad, Sad, Mad, Bad, Suite of 4 Prints AP 1982 3-D" by James Rizzi - $3,400 Well Priced

Glad, Sad, Mad, Bad, Suite of 4 Prints AP 1982 3-D



James Rizzi

Limited Edition Print
Serigraph on Paper

Size: 8.5 x 16.5 in  |  22 x 42 cm

Framed: 8.5 x 16.5 in  |  22 x 42 cm

Edition: From the AP edition of 20

Hand Signed : Lower Left, Pencil, Right Next to the First Cell Glad
Condition: Excellent
Framed with Glass : Polished Silver Frame
Purchased from : Auction House 1983
Certificate of Authenticity : Allstate Art Inc.
James Rizzi

Art Brokerage: James Rizzi American Artist: b. 1950-2011. Born in 1950 New York - At First Glance, James Rizzi's art may easily be mistaken for the early artistic efforts of a young child, this is not an entirely erroneous judgment, for it is certain that Rizzi wants to incorporate the freshness and vitality of children's art in his work. In this regard James Rizzi is not alone. Some of the great artists of the twentieth century, including Klee, Dubuffet and Miro, deliberately used a primitive, childlike style in their mature work. James Rizzi, born and raised in New York, has turned his childlike imagination into artistic powers to transforming the city itself into something wonderfully original. Rizzi's large panorama of Urban life are teeming with energy and life, reflecting all the diversity and human variety that is at the core on New York. There is not "mean" streets but uproariously happy ones, where children jump rope, shoot baskets and walk their dogs. If the sidewalks belong to the young people, grown ups, especially men, are imprisoned inside an army of automobiles. The vehicles are as diverse as and crazily idiosyncratic as the people who drive them. James Rizzi passed away right before New Years 2012

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