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Fiona Rae

Bewitched, 2001

Screenprint in colours with glitter
32 7/10 × 27 1/5 in
83 × 69 cm
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signed, titled and inscribed 'Stage Proof' in pencil, a proof before the published edition, …

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signed, titled and inscribed 'Stage Proof' in pencil, a proof before the published edition, on wove paper, with wide margins, image 830 x 690mm (32 5/8 x 27 1/8in) (framed)

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Fiona Rae
British, b. 1963
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Counted among the Young British Artists (YBA), Fiona Rae has drawn inspiration from many divergent sources ranging from Willem de Kooning to cartoons. Her abstract paintings make bold use of juxtaposition, both formal and thematic. Rae combines contrasting painting styles on the same canvas and renders often kitschy images with formal techniques such as impasto, resulting in works that are at once fanciful and serious, enchanting and slightly menacing. A critique of contemporary society is implicit in her work and is exemplified by her 2011 painting Kick me to the future so I can be reloaded.

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signed, titled and inscribed 'Stage Proof' in pencil, a proof before the published edition, …

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signed, titled and inscribed 'Stage Proof' in pencil, a proof before the published edition, on wove paper, with wide margins, image 830 x 690mm (32 5/8 x 27 1/8in) (framed)

Please Note: This lot is sold subject to Artist's Resale Right, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

Fiona Rae
British, b. 1963
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Counted among the Young British Artists (YBA), Fiona Rae has drawn inspiration from many divergent sources ranging from Willem de Kooning to cartoons. Her abstract paintings make bold use of juxtaposition, both formal and thematic. Rae combines contrasting painting styles on the same canvas and renders often kitschy images with formal techniques such as impasto, resulting in works that are at once fanciful and serious, enchanting and slightly menacing. A critique of contemporary society is implicit in her work and is exemplified by her 2011 painting Kick me to the future so I can be reloaded.

Fiona Rae

Bewitched, 2001

Screenprint in colours with glitter
32 7/10 × 27 1/5 in
83 × 69 cm
Bidding closed
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