Joe Andoe, ‘Two Horses I’, 1998, Madelyn Jordon Fine Art
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Joe Andoe

Two Horses I, 1998

13-color screen print
43 × 43 in
109.2 × 109.2 cm
Edition 58/133
This is part of a limited edition set.
$2,400
Ships from Scarsdale, NY, US
Shipping: $200 domestic only
Location
Scarsdale
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Madelyn Jordon Fine Art
Scarsdale

43 in. point to point, 30 in. square

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Hand-signed by artist
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Publisher
Lococo
Joe Andoe
American, b. 1955
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Using an unconventional reductive technique, Joe Andoe paints monochromatic and earthen-colored farm animals (particularly horses), horns, and other natural and household subjects. To begin with he usually covers primed canvas or paper with a single color and incises the outline of his subject. He then creates the image by wiping away the layers of still wet paint within the outline. The contrast between the density of the background and the image comprised of the smeared and blurred underlying surface creates a sunken relief within the painted background. The shifts in tone and shadow are intended to eerily evoke twilight landscapes and dreams. Andoe is also an accomplished memoirist, best known for Jubilee City: A Memoir at Full Speed (2007), a meditation on his path to becoming an artist.

Joe Andoe, ‘Two Horses I’, 1998, Madelyn Jordon Fine Art
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About the work
Madelyn Jordon Fine Art
Scarsdale

43 in. point to point, 30 in. square

Medium
Print
Signature
Hand-signed by artist
Certificate of authenticity
Not included
Frame
Included
Publisher
Lococo
Joe Andoe
American, b. 1955
Follow

Using an unconventional reductive technique, Joe Andoe paints monochromatic and earthen-colored farm animals (particularly horses), horns, and other natural and household subjects. To begin with he usually covers primed canvas or paper with a single color and incises the outline of his subject. He then creates the image by wiping away the layers of still wet paint within the outline. The contrast between the density of the background and the image comprised of the smeared and blurred underlying surface creates a sunken relief within the painted background. The shifts in tone and shadow are intended to eerily evoke twilight landscapes and dreams. Andoe is also an accomplished memoirist, best known for Jubilee City: A Memoir at Full Speed (2007), a meditation on his path to becoming an artist.

Joe Andoe

Two Horses I, 1998

13-color screen print
43 × 43 in
109.2 × 109.2 cm
Edition 58/133
This is part of a limited edition set.
$2,400
Ships from Scarsdale, NY, US
Shipping: $200 domestic only
Location
Scarsdale
Locked
Secure payment
Secure transactions by credit card through Stripe.
Learn more.
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