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"Holland Hotel 1984" by Richard Estes - Reduced
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Holland Hotel 1984

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1984

Richard Estes

Limited Edition Print
Screenprint

Size: 47 x 75 in  |  119 x 191 cm

Edition: From the edition of 100

 
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Hand Signed : Hand Signed And Numbered By the Artist
Condition: Excellent
Not Framed
Purchased from : Dealer
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Richard Estes

Art Brokerage: Richard Estes American Realist Artist: B. 1936. Richard Estes started out as a graphic artist, not concentrating on his painting full-time until 1966. His early work focused mainly on people but in 1967 the urban landscape became his main interest. By 1968 he had his first one-man exhibition at the Allen Stone Gallery in New York and by the end of the decade he had already become known as a leading figure. Superrealism or Photorealism are the terms used to describe his work and that of related artists. Names associated with this movement include Chuck Close (who specialises in enormous portraits), Howard Kanovitz, Robert Cottingham and Audrey Flack. The Superrealists' aim was to depict their subjects with immense attention to detail. Their subject matter included American diners and trucks, gum-ball machines and neon signs - all typifying images of both urban and suburban life in 1970s America. Estes, unlike most Superrealists, used traditional brushes rather than airbrushes to achieve his depiction of reality, often using acrylic paint and then oils. He also made very elaborate screenprints. Listings wanted.

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