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Duane Hanson

Artist With Ladder, 1972

Polychromed polyester resin and fiberglass, mixed media and accessories
71 × 45 in
180.3 × 114.3 cm
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"This is an artist I knew in New York. I was fascinated by the clothing he …

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"This is an artist I knew in New York. I was fascinated by the clothing he wore—the splattered and taped trousers, the ripped and worn-out shoes, the plaster spots on his apron. His clothes suggested some of the equipment he frequently used. I wanted to describe, through his clothing, the messy …

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Duane Hanson
American, 1925–1996
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Duane Hanson created attention-grabbing, life-sized sculptural portraits of cultural types and …

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Duane Hanson created attention-grabbing, life-sized sculptural portraits of cultural types and clichés, including, perhaps most famously, the “Middle-American” tourist. Hanson’s hyperrealistic sculptures are cast from live models and typically formed in bronze or fiberglass resin. He is known for devoting meticulous …

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From the Catalogue
"This is an artist I knew in New York. I was fascinated by the clothing he …

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From the Catalogue
"This is an artist I knew in New York. I was fascinated by the clothing he wore—the splattered and taped trousers, the ripped and worn-out shoes, the plaster spots on his apron. His clothes suggested some of the equipment he frequently used. I wanted to describe, through his clothing, the messy …

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Duane Hanson
American, 1925–1996
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Duane Hanson created attention-grabbing, life-sized sculptural portraits of cultural types and …

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Duane Hanson created attention-grabbing, life-sized sculptural portraits of cultural types and clichés, including, perhaps most famously, the “Middle-American” tourist. Hanson’s hyperrealistic sculptures are cast from live models and typically formed in bronze or fiberglass resin. He is known for devoting meticulous …

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Duane Hanson

Artist With Ladder, 1972

Polychromed polyester resin and fiberglass, mixed media and accessories
71 × 45 in
180.3 × 114.3 cm
Bidding closed
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