Julian Schnabel, ‘Untitled (Agony in the Garden)’, 1981, Phillips
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Julian Schnabel

Untitled (Agony in the Garden), 1981

Ink and graphite drawing, on wove paper
49 4/5 × 38 in
126.4 × 96.5 cm
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Works on Paper from the Schulhof Collection

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Drawing, Collage or other Work on Paper
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Signed, dated and inscribed 'to the Schulhofs' in pencil
Julian Schnabel
American, b. 1951
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Filmmaker and Neo-expressionist artist Julian Schnabel’s large-scale paintings are materially and thematically monumental, drawing on a wealth of influences from Cubism to the practice of Cy Twombly and themes such as sexuality, obsession, suffering, redemption, death, and belief. Crowded with paint drips, dynamic brushstrokes, and found materials including broken plates, textiles, tarpaulins, and velvet, many of Schnabel’s paintings combine painting and collage techniques. Of his many portraits, perhaps the best known is the oil on velvet Portrait of Andy Warhol (1982), in which the almost translucent subject shares the canvas with a Pollock-esque splatter of paint.

Julian Schnabel, ‘Untitled (Agony in the Garden)’, 1981, Phillips
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Phillips

Works on Paper from the Schulhof Collection

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Medium
Drawing, Collage or other Work on Paper
Signature
Signed, dated and inscribed 'to the Schulhofs' in pencil
Julian Schnabel
American, b. 1951
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Filmmaker and Neo-expressionist artist Julian Schnabel’s large-scale paintings are materially and thematically monumental, drawing on a wealth of influences from Cubism to the practice of Cy Twombly and themes such as sexuality, obsession, suffering, redemption, death, and belief. Crowded with paint drips, dynamic brushstrokes, and found materials including broken plates, textiles, tarpaulins, and velvet, many of Schnabel’s paintings combine painting and collage techniques. Of his many portraits, perhaps the best known is the oil on velvet Portrait of Andy Warhol (1982), in which the almost translucent subject shares the canvas with a Pollock-esque splatter of paint.

Julian Schnabel

Untitled (Agony in the Garden), 1981

Ink and graphite drawing, on wove paper
49 4/5 × 38 in
126.4 × 96.5 cm
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