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Chuck Close

Self Portrait/Lincoln Center, 2007

Screenprint on Somerset wove paper
29 3/4 × 24 in
75.6 × 61 cm
Edition 7/118
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Sheet measures: 38 h x 30.25 w inches.

printed by Watanabe Press, New York and published by Lincoln …

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Sheet measures: 38 h x 30.25 w inches.

printed by Watanabe Press, New York and published by Lincoln Center, New York.

Sold with original invoice from Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina.

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Signed , dated and numbered to lower edge '7/118 Chuck Close 2007'
Chuck Close
American, b. 1940
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Chuck Close reinvented painting with his monumental portraits, rendered with exquisite, exacting …

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Chuck Close reinvented painting with his monumental portraits, rendered with exquisite, exacting realism from photographic sources. Playing with ideas of scale, color, and form, Close has become famous for his rigorous, gridded application of individual color squares, which, although abstract up close, form unified, …

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About the work
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Wright

Sheet measures: 38 h x 30.25 w inches.

printed by Watanabe Press, New York and published by Lincoln …

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Sheet measures: 38 h x 30.25 w inches.

printed by Watanabe Press, New York and published by Lincoln Center, New York.

Sold with original invoice from Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina.

Signature
Signed , dated and numbered to lower edge '7/118 Chuck Close 2007'
Chuck Close
American, b. 1940
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Chuck Close reinvented painting with his monumental portraits, rendered with exquisite, exacting …

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Chuck Close reinvented painting with his monumental portraits, rendered with exquisite, exacting realism from photographic sources. Playing with ideas of scale, color, and form, Close has become famous for his rigorous, gridded application of individual color squares, which, although abstract up close, form unified, …

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Chuck Close

Self Portrait/Lincoln Center, 2007

Screenprint on Somerset wove paper
29 3/4 × 24 in
75.6 × 61 cm
Edition 7/118
Bidding closed
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