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Julian Opie

Waitress, from Walking in London, 2014

Lenticular acrylic panel comprised of four inkjet prints in colors, printed directly onto 20 lpi lenticular animating lenses, back mounted with 3mm Dibond, contained in a brushed aluminium frame specified by the artist.
32 1/2 × 20 in
82.6 × 50.8 cm
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About the work
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P
Phillips
Medium
Mixed Media
Signature
Signed in black ink and numbered 47/50 (printed) on a label affixed to the reverse (there were also 10 artist's proofs), published by Alan … Read more
Julian Opie
British, b. 1958
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Julian Opie's distinctive reductive style draws from diverse influences including billboards, classical portraiture and sculpture, dance, Japanese woodblocks, and cartoons. His work comprises silhouettes, animations, LED animations, and simplified portraits and landscapes (such as Landscape? from 1998-99, a screen print of trees, grass, and sky in a flat pictorial rendering that recalls a child's puzzle). Employing a variety of media and technologies to make "paintings" of his subjects, Opie distills everyday images and experiences into concise but evocative signs and pictograms.

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About the work
Bibliography
P
Phillips
Medium
Mixed Media
Signature
Signed in black ink and numbered 47/50 (printed) on a label affixed to the reverse (there were also 10 artist's proofs), published by Alan … Read more
Julian Opie
British, b. 1958
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Julian Opie's distinctive reductive style draws from diverse influences including billboards, classical portraiture and sculpture, dance, Japanese woodblocks, and cartoons. His work comprises silhouettes, animations, LED animations, and simplified portraits and landscapes (such as Landscape? from 1998-99, a screen print of trees, grass, and sky in a flat pictorial rendering that recalls a child's puzzle). Employing a variety of media and technologies to make "paintings" of his subjects, Opie distills everyday images and experiences into concise but evocative signs and pictograms.

Julian Opie

Waitress, from Walking in London, 2014

Lenticular acrylic panel comprised of four inkjet prints in colors, printed directly onto 20 lpi lenticular animating lenses, back mounted with 3mm Dibond, contained in a brushed aluminium frame specified by the artist.
32 1/2 × 20 in
82.6 × 50.8 cm
Bidding closed
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