Fairfield Porter, ‘INTERIOR (LUDMAN 17)’, 1967, Print, Color screenprint on wove paper, Doyle
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Fairfield Porter

INTERIOR (LUDMAN 17), 1967

Color screenprint on wove paper
Edition 2/10
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With full margins, framed.

14 3/4 x 18 1/8 inches; 375 x 462 mm. Sheet 20 x 24 inches; 508 x 610 mm.

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Signed and numbered 2/10 in pencil
Fairfield Porter
American, 1907–1975
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Fairfield Porter was at the forefront of post-war representational painters who struggled for recognition during the heyday of Abstract Expressionism. Although a realist in subject matter, Porter not only admired and championed the abstract work of his friend Willem de Kooning, but also himself gravitated to the inherent abstraction found in nature. He explored the subjective experience of landscape, figurative, and still life subjects in Southampton and Spruce Head Island, Maine. His flattened, unmodeled, soft-edged forms portrayed three-dimensional space with a gestural, lush brush stroke and patterned surface arrangement of forms. Porter drew inspiration from his domestic life, once noting to a student: “I think…that a strong religious feeling requires a strong sense of matter-of-fact.”

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With full margins, framed.

14 3/4 x 18 1/8 inches; 375 x 462 mm. Sheet 20 x 24 inches; 508 x 610 mm.

Medium
Signature
Signed and numbered 2/10 in pencil
Fairfield Porter
American, 1907–1975
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Fairfield Porter was at the forefront of post-war representational painters who struggled for recognition during the heyday of Abstract Expressionism. Although a realist in subject matter, Porter not only admired and championed the abstract work of his friend Willem de Kooning, but also himself gravitated to the inherent abstraction found in nature. He explored the subjective experience of landscape, figurative, and still life subjects in Southampton and Spruce Head Island, Maine. His flattened, unmodeled, soft-edged forms portrayed three-dimensional space with a gestural, lush brush stroke and patterned surface arrangement of forms. Porter drew inspiration from his domestic life, once noting to a student: “I think…that a strong religious feeling requires a strong sense of matter-of-fact.”

Fairfield Porter

INTERIOR (LUDMAN 17), 1967

Color screenprint on wove paper
Edition 2/10
Bidding closed
Want to sell a work by this artist? Consign with Artsy.
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