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"California Brown Bear 2007" by Mark Ryden - New Listing

California Brown Bear 2007



Mark Ryden

Limited Edition Print
Limited Edition Lithograph on Paper

Size: 27 x 22 in  |  69 x 56 cm

Framed: 35 x 29 in  |  89 x 74 cm

Edition: From the Edition of 500

Hand Signed : Bottom Left
Condition: Mint
Framed with Glass : Museum Quality Wooden Frame
Purchased from : Dealer 2007
Certificate of Authenticity : Porterhouse
Mark Ryden

Art Brokerage: Mark Ryden American Artist: b. 1963. Mark Ryden (born January 20, 1963) is an American painter, part of the Lowbrow (or Pop Surrealist) art movement. He was dubbed "the god-father of pop surrealism" by Interview Magazine. Ryden's aesthetic is developed from subtle amalgams of many sources: from Ingres, David and other French classicists to Little Golden Books. Ryden also draws his inspiration from anything that will evoke mystery; old toys, anatomical models, stuffed animals, skeletons and religious ephemera found in flea markets. Ryden was born in Medford, Oregon on January 20, 1963, but raised in Southern California. Ryden is the son of Barbara and Keith Ryden. His father made a living painting, restoring and customizing cars. He has two sisters and two brothers, one a fellow artist named Keyth Ryden, who works under the name KRK. Ryden graduated from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, in 1987. From 1988 to 1998 Ryden made his living as a commercial artist. During this period Ryden created numerous album covers including, Michael Jackson's Dangerous, Red Hot Chili Peppers' One Hot Minute, and Aerosmith's Love in an Elevator. Also during this time, Ryden created book covers including Stephen King's novel Desperation and The Regulators. Ryden made a living as a commercial artist until his work was taken up by Robert Williams, a former member of the Zap Comix collective, who in 1994 put it on the cover of Juxtapoz, a magazine devoted to "lowbrow art".

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