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"Malfi, Triptych From Sequences, 1998 (3 pieces)" by Julian Schnabel - Fabulous New Listing
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Malfi, Triptych From Sequences, 1998 (3 pieces)

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1989

Julian Schnabel

Limited Edition Print
Three Silkscreens, 5-7 Colors, Each Handworked with Monotype and Poured Resin.

Size: x in  |  49 x 40 cm

Edition: Edition of 60

 
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ARTIST BIO
Hand Signed : Each Signed in Margins
Condition: Mint
Not Framed
Purchased from : Publisher
Provenance : From the portfolio Sequences\
Three silkscreens, printed in five to seven colors\
on primed Rising museum board, each handworked\
with monotype and poured resin.\
Each print 50 x 40 cm (19¾ x 15¾\"), each signed\
and numbered. Edition of 60.
Certificate of Authenticity : Blue Chip Art Brokerage
Julian Schnabel

Julian Schnabel. American. Born 1951 in Brooklyn, N.Y. Julian Schnabel artist, sculptor and filmmaker. Schnabel participated at the Venice Biennale in 1980 and by the mid-1980s had become a major figure in the Neo-expressionism movement. His now famous "plate paintings" -- large-scale paintings set on broken ceramic plates brought on a boisterous and critical response from the art world. Schnabel's signature works, filled with raw emotion contain an underlying edge of brutality while still being suffused with energy. Schnabel claims that he's aiming at an emotional state, a state that people can literally walk into and be engulfed. Considered heroic, Schnabel is known for having a charismatic personality, reflected in his art and films. Julian Schnabel's works are in the collections of neo-expressionism, and in major museums throughout the world. Listings wanted.

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