John Hardy, ‘Soho Sunday (Susan Caldwell), Gallery Denizens, Signed Pop Art Lithograph’, 20th Century, Lions Gallery
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John Hardy

Soho Sunday (Susan Caldwell), Gallery Denizens, Signed Pop Art Lithograph, 20th Century

Lithograph
30 1/4 × 22 3/4 in
76.8 × 57.8 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
$500
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About the work
Lions Gallery

John Hardy was born in Tours, France, 1923, He spent his childhood in various parts of the country …

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Minor wear in margins.
Signature
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Certificate of authenticity
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Frame
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John Hardy
American
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John Hardy paints narrative scenes of contemporary life often populated with solitary figures, works that the artist considers psychological portraits of isolation and loneliness. Self-taught, Hardy considers himself “fundamentally a formalist,” though he formerly painted in the style of Abstract Expressionism. In 1975, upon moving to New York, his interest shifted to depicting scenes of everyday life—or what he calls “phases and stages” of people in the city. Hardy now paints in a representational style, though he purposely distorts proportions and perspective so that figures and objects seem to float above their backgrounds.

John Hardy, ‘Soho Sunday (Susan Caldwell), Gallery Denizens, Signed Pop Art Lithograph’, 20th Century, Lions Gallery
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About the work
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John Hardy was born in Tours, France, 1923, He spent his childhood in various parts of the country including New York, Virginia, and North Carolina, and later lived in Florida and Georgia.
His travels outside the USA include Europe, Greece, Egypt, Kenya, Uganda, the Caribbean Islands, Panama, and Mexico. In 1942, he …

Medium
Print
Condition
Minor wear in margins.
Signature
Not signed
Certificate of authenticity
Not included
Frame
Not included
John Hardy
American
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John Hardy paints narrative scenes of contemporary life often populated with solitary figures, works that the artist considers psychological portraits of isolation and loneliness. Self-taught, Hardy considers himself “fundamentally a formalist,” though he formerly painted in the style of Abstract Expressionism. In 1975, upon moving to New York, his interest shifted to depicting scenes of everyday life—or what he calls “phases and stages” of people in the city. Hardy now paints in a representational style, though he purposely distorts proportions and perspective so that figures and objects seem to float above their backgrounds.

John Hardy

Soho Sunday (Susan Caldwell), Gallery Denizens, Signed Pop Art Lithograph, 20th Century

Lithograph
30 1/4 × 22 3/4 in
76.8 × 57.8 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
$500
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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