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Claudio Bravo

i. Prisma 13 ii. Prisma 4 iii. Prisma 9 [Three Works]

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each: 18 by 14 7/8 in. 45.7 by 37.8 cm.

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"My art has nothing to do with my …

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each: 18 by 14 7/8 in. 45.7 by 37.8 cm.

From the Catalogue
"My art has nothing to do with my heritage. I am very connected to the European past--to ancient art, to Renaissance art. Even when I do a painting of a contemporary scene, as in my New York pictures, its roots are in Italian art of the 15th century." …

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Each signed and dated MMIX
Claudio Bravo
Chilean, 1936–2011
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Claudio Bravo was eulogized by the New York Times as a painter whose adeptness with realism made …

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Claudio Bravo was eulogized by the New York Times as a painter whose adeptness with realism made his paintings verge on trompe l’oeil. Though frequently discussed in conjunction with the Photorealist movement, Bravo protested: “The photorealists, like machines, copied directly from photographs. Always I have relied on …

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About the work
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Sotheby's

each: 18 by 14 7/8 in. 45.7 by 37.8 cm.

From the Catalogue
"My art has nothing to do with my …

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each: 18 by 14 7/8 in. 45.7 by 37.8 cm.

From the Catalogue
"My art has nothing to do with my heritage. I am very connected to the European past--to ancient art, to Renaissance art. Even when I do a painting of a contemporary scene, as in my New York pictures, its roots are in Italian art of the 15th century." …

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Signature
Each signed and dated MMIX
Claudio Bravo
Chilean, 1936–2011
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Claudio Bravo was eulogized by the New York Times as a painter whose adeptness with realism made …

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Claudio Bravo was eulogized by the New York Times as a painter whose adeptness with realism made his paintings verge on trompe l’oeil. Though frequently discussed in conjunction with the Photorealist movement, Bravo protested: “The photorealists, like machines, copied directly from photographs. Always I have relied on …

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Claudio Bravo

i. Prisma 13 ii. Prisma 4 iii. Prisma 9 [Three Works]

Oil on canvas
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