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Audrey Flack

Fourth of July Still Life from the Kent Bicentennial Portfolio, 1975

Offset Lithograph
18 1/2 × 17 in
47 × 43.2 cm
This is a non-editioned multiple.
$450
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Artist: Audrey Flack
Title: Fourth of July Still Life from the Kent Bicentennial Portfolio
Year: 1975

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Artist: Audrey Flack
Title: Fourth of July Still Life from the Kent Bicentennial Portfolio
Year: 1975
Medium: Offset Lithograph
Paper Size: 17 x 14 inches
Frame: 18.5 x 17 inches

An original fine art print from the Spirit of Independence Portfolio, published in 1975 by Lorillard.

Condition
Excellent
Signature
Not signed
Certificate of authenticity
Not included
Frame
Included
Audrey Flack
American, b. 1931
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One of the first photorealist painters to be included in the Museum of Modern Art’s permanent collection, Audrey Flack focused the early years of her career on large-scale paintings of still lifes that drew from 17th-century Dutch vanitas painting—updated through a contemporary lens—and brought feminine identities under scrutiny. In meticulous, complex arrangements of fruit, flowers, candles, makeup, and ladies’ accouterments, Flack’s loaded symbolic tableaus address stereotypes of the female ideal. Since the 1980s, Flack has turned her focus to monumental sculpture: “Making sculpture attracted me because of its substantiality,” she has said. In her Neoclassical public sculptures of gilded bronze angels, muses, and goddesses, Flack mines Greek mythology, presenting the female in an array of archetypal guises. Though some critics have condemned her focus on the classical white female, Flack is an avowed feminist, and many of her sculptures seek to reinvent their subjects and source material.

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Artist: Audrey Flack
Title: Fourth of July Still Life from the Kent Bicentennial Portfolio
Year: 1975

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Artist: Audrey Flack
Title: Fourth of July Still Life from the Kent Bicentennial Portfolio
Year: 1975
Medium: Offset Lithograph
Paper Size: 17 x 14 inches
Frame: 18.5 x 17 inches

An original fine art print from the Spirit of Independence Portfolio, published in 1975 by Lorillard.

Condition
Excellent
Signature
Not signed
Certificate of authenticity
Not included
Frame
Included
Audrey Flack
American, b. 1931
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One of the first photorealist painters to be included in the Museum of Modern Art’s permanent collection, Audrey Flack focused the early years of her career on large-scale paintings of still lifes that drew from 17th-century Dutch vanitas painting—updated through a contemporary lens—and brought feminine identities under scrutiny. In meticulous, complex arrangements of fruit, flowers, candles, makeup, and ladies’ accouterments, Flack’s loaded symbolic tableaus address stereotypes of the female ideal. Since the 1980s, Flack has turned her focus to monumental sculpture: “Making sculpture attracted me because of its substantiality,” she has said. In her Neoclassical public sculptures of gilded bronze angels, muses, and goddesses, Flack mines Greek mythology, presenting the female in an array of archetypal guises. Though some critics have condemned her focus on the classical white female, Flack is an avowed feminist, and many of her sculptures seek to reinvent their subjects and source material.

Audrey Flack

Fourth of July Still Life from the Kent Bicentennial Portfolio, 1975

Offset Lithograph
18 1/2 × 17 in
47 × 43.2 cm
This is a non-editioned multiple.
$450
Ships from Long Island City, NY, US
Shipping: $45 domestic, $145 rest of world
location
Long Island City
Locked
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