Michael Craig-Martin, ‘Deconstructing Seurat (turquoise green)’, 2004, RAW Editions
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Deconstructing Seurat (turquoise green), 2004

A pair of screenprints in colours, on wove
24 4/5 × 36 4/5 in
63 × 93.5 cm
Edition of 40
This is part of a limited edition set.
£5,000
Location
London
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Each signed, dated and numbered in pencil verso
Publisher
Alan Cristea Gallery, London
Michael Craig-Martin
Irish, b. 1941
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Conceptual artist Michael Craig-Martin—who taught Damien Hirst, Gary Hume, and others at London's Goldsmiths College in the 1970s—is often called the godfather of the Young British Artists. His early work referenced Minimalism and Dada's depiction of mass-produced objects. These objects form Craig-Martin's most recognizable works, paintings in which about 200 familiar items (eyeglasses, milk bottles, scissors) are depicted both realistically and graphically, represented in lurid, unexpected color combinations and black outline. The seminal piece An Oak Tree (1973) consists of a glass of water on a shelf, paired with text declaring that the glass is, in fact, an oak tree.

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Alan Cristea Gallery, London
Michael Craig-Martin
Irish, b. 1941
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Conceptual artist Michael Craig-Martin—who taught Damien Hirst, Gary Hume, and others at London's Goldsmiths College in the 1970s—is often called the godfather of the Young British Artists. His early work referenced Minimalism and Dada's depiction of mass-produced objects. These objects form Craig-Martin's most recognizable works, paintings in which about 200 familiar items (eyeglasses, milk bottles, scissors) are depicted both realistically and graphically, represented in lurid, unexpected color combinations and black outline. The seminal piece An Oak Tree (1973) consists of a glass of water on a shelf, paired with text declaring that the glass is, in fact, an oak tree.

Deconstructing Seurat (turquoise green), 2004

A pair of screenprints in colours, on wove
24 4/5 × 36 4/5 in
63 × 93.5 cm
Edition of 40
This is part of a limited edition set.
£5,000
Location
London
Have a question? Visit our help center.
Want to sell a work by this artist? Consign with Artsy.
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