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Malcolm Morley

Fallacies of Enoch 1, 1983-1984

Etching with Aquatint
20 1/2 × 30 3/4 in
52.1 × 78.1 cm
Edition of 75
.
$1,500
Ships from Long Island City, NY, US
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Two figures on camelback swirl into the desert sand in this print by Malcolm Morely (British, 1931 …

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Excellent, consistent with age.
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Hand-signed by artist, Signed and numbered in pencil
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Novak Graphics, Toronto with Inkstamp verso and Blindstamp Lower Right
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Malcolm Morley
British, 1931–2018
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British artist Malcolm Morley is best known for his hyperreal paintings and sculptures that pull subject matter from Old Masters, family portraits, current events, travel brochures, and other visual detritus. Using a grid system to transfer the images onto canvas—reminiscent of the Minimalist grid—he also transfers the borders, tears, and folds in order to foreground the objecthood of the image. Of his attempt to move beyond the strictures of photorealism, Morley says, “I make a handmade painting from a readymade.” Dissatisfied with merely reproducing the image, he draws from the vivid colors of Pop Art and collage techniques to further draw attention to the image as an object.

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Two figures on camelback swirl into the desert sand in this print by Malcolm Morely (British, 1931 - 2018). In the 1970s, Morley's work began to be more expressionist, and he began to incorporate collage into his work. Many of his paintings from the mid-70s, such as Train Wreck (1975), depict …

Medium
Condition
Excellent, consistent with age.
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Signed and numbered in pencil
Certificate of authenticity
Not included
Frame
Not included
Publisher
Novak Graphics, Toronto with Inkstamp verso and Blindstamp Lower Right
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Malcolm Morley
British, 1931–2018
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British artist Malcolm Morley is best known for his hyperreal paintings and sculptures that pull subject matter from Old Masters, family portraits, current events, travel brochures, and other visual detritus. Using a grid system to transfer the images onto canvas—reminiscent of the Minimalist grid—he also transfers the borders, tears, and folds in order to foreground the objecthood of the image. Of his attempt to move beyond the strictures of photorealism, Morley says, “I make a handmade painting from a readymade.” Dissatisfied with merely reproducing the image, he draws from the vivid colors of Pop Art and collage techniques to further draw attention to the image as an object.

Malcolm Morley

Fallacies of Enoch 1, 1983-1984

Etching with Aquatint
20 1/2 × 30 3/4 in
52.1 × 78.1 cm
Edition of 75
.
$1,500
Ships from Long Island City, NY, US
Free shipping worldwide
Location
Long Island City
Locked
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