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Brad Phillips

Erin after Jay Isaac after Bonnard, 2009

Oil on canvas
18 × 14 in
45.7 × 35.6 cm
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Waddington's

In this painting, Brad Phillips connects the silhouette of his wife Erin to the multi-media artist …

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In this painting, Brad Phillips connects the silhouette of his wife Erin to the multi-media artist Jay Isaac to the Post Impressionistic painter Pierre Bonnard—the sparsely rendered form standing in sharp contrast to the sensual French master. This work belonged to a larger series for “Spill” (2012), an exhibition in …

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Signed, titled, and dated 2009 on the reverse
Brad Phillips
Canadian, b. 1974
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Artist and writer Brad Phillips is known for dark work that engages with themes of eroticism, …

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Artist and writer Brad Phillips is known for dark work that engages with themes of eroticism, depression, and mortality. His paintings display stylistic breadth, from text-based to photorealist, referring in many cases directly to his daily life. Although his work plays into the stereotypes of a struggling male …

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About the work
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Waddington's

In this painting, Brad Phillips connects the silhouette of his wife Erin to the multi-media artist …

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In this painting, Brad Phillips connects the silhouette of his wife Erin to the multi-media artist Jay Isaac to the Post Impressionistic painter Pierre Bonnard—the sparsely rendered form standing in sharp contrast to the sensual French master. This work belonged to a larger series for “Spill” (2012), an exhibition in …

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Signature
Signed, titled, and dated 2009 on the reverse
Brad Phillips
Canadian, b. 1974
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Artist and writer Brad Phillips is known for dark work that engages with themes of eroticism, …

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Artist and writer Brad Phillips is known for dark work that engages with themes of eroticism, depression, and mortality. His paintings display stylistic breadth, from text-based to photorealist, referring in many cases directly to his daily life. Although his work plays into the stereotypes of a struggling male …

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Brad Phillips

Erin after Jay Isaac after Bonnard, 2009

Oil on canvas
18 × 14 in
45.7 × 35.6 cm
Bidding closed
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