Eric Fischl, ‘Three Seated Women, from Annie, Gwen, Lilly, Pam and Tulip’, 1987, Heritage Auctions
Eric Fischl, ‘Three Seated Women, from Annie, Gwen, Lilly, Pam and Tulip’, 1987, Heritage Auctions
Eric Fischl, ‘Three Seated Women, from Annie, Gwen, Lilly, Pam and Tulip’, 1987, Heritage Auctions

B.A.T.

PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF JOHN HUTCHESON, MASTER PRINTER

Condition Report: Adhesive abrasion along upper edge of verso; holes punched along upper edge; pin holes in upper left and upper right corners; 3" crease lower right

Signature: Annotated in pencil upper right corner

Image rights: Courtesy of Heritage Auctions

About Eric Fischl

Neo-expressionist painter Eric Fischl achieved recognition in the 1980s for his figurative paintings exploring suburban adolescent sexuality, as in Sleepwalker (1979), which depicts a boy hunched over in a plastic pool, masturbating. His work commonly exposes the dark, disturbing undercurrents of American life; his unconventional 9/11 memorial sculpture, Tumbling Woman (2001), was removed from public view amid controversy. Fischl is also the founder of the “America: Now and Here” project, a mobile museum and performance space that will tour the U.S. for two years.

American, b. 1948, New York, New York, based in Sag Harbor, New York