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Nadine Robbins

The Golden Hour, 2018

Oil on linen
24 × 24 in
61 × 61 cm
This is a unique work.
$9,700
Ships from Chicago, IL, US
Shipping: $120 domestic, $300 rest of world
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Chicago
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33 Contemporary
Chicago
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Nadine Robbins’s paintings are rooted in autobiography, guilty pleasures, nostalgia, and humor. …

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Nadine Robbins’s paintings are rooted in autobiography, guilty pleasures, nostalgia, and humor. Robbins previously worked as a graphic designer and photographer, though she is largely self-taught as a painter. After growing tired of airbrushing and doctoring images in her design and photography work, she began to …

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Nadine Robbins
American, b. 1966
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Nadine Robbins’s paintings are rooted in autobiography, guilty pleasures, nostalgia, and humor. Robbins previously worked as a graphic designer and photographer, though she is largely self-taught as a painter. After growing tired of airbrushing and doctoring images in her design and photography work, she began to paint honest, authentic scenes based on photographs. Her portraits portray raw, vulnerable moments, revealing elements of her subjects’ personalities and her own. Their saturated colors and hyper-real visuals extend to her paintings of oysters, which are inspired by her childhood memories of gathering and eating fresh oysters with her father. Robbins’s oyster paintings highlight humans’ indulgent nature by honestly depicting their obsession with consuming food.

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33 Contemporary
Chicago
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Nadine Robbins’s paintings are rooted in autobiography, guilty pleasures, nostalgia, and humor. …

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Nadine Robbins’s paintings are rooted in autobiography, guilty pleasures, nostalgia, and humor. Robbins previously worked as a graphic designer and photographer, though she is largely self-taught as a painter. After growing tired of airbrushing and doctoring images in her design and photography work, she began to …

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Signature
Hand-signed by artist
Certificate of authenticity
Not included
Frame
Not included
Nadine Robbins
American, b. 1966
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Nadine Robbins’s paintings are rooted in autobiography, guilty pleasures, nostalgia, and humor. Robbins previously worked as a graphic designer and photographer, though she is largely self-taught as a painter. After growing tired of airbrushing and doctoring images in her design and photography work, she began to paint honest, authentic scenes based on photographs. Her portraits portray raw, vulnerable moments, revealing elements of her subjects’ personalities and her own. Their saturated colors and hyper-real visuals extend to her paintings of oysters, which are inspired by her childhood memories of gathering and eating fresh oysters with her father. Robbins’s oyster paintings highlight humans’ indulgent nature by honestly depicting their obsession with consuming food.

Nadine Robbins

The Golden Hour, 2018

Oil on linen
24 × 24 in
61 × 61 cm
This is a unique work.
$9,700
Ships from Chicago, IL, US
Shipping: $120 domestic, $300 rest of world
location
Chicago
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