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Nicole Eisenman

Foos Ball Trilogy, 1994

Oil on wood, in 3 parts
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Robert Fontaine Gallery
Miami
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(i) Part I Sinking Ships: signed, titled and dated "Nicole Eisenman "Foos Ball …

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(i) Part I Sinking Ships: signed, titled and dated "Nicole Eisenman "Foos Ball Trilogy" 1994 "Part I Sinking Ships"" on the stretcher.

(ii) Part II Rescue: signed and titled "Nicole Eisenman Foos Ball Trilogy Part II "Rescue"" on the stretcher.

(iii) Part III Game …

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Each part, respectively signed, titled, and dated on each part's stretcher.
Nicole Eisenman
American, b. 1965
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Working from the heart and driven by the body, Nicole Eisenman explores the human condition in her …

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Working from the heart and driven by the body, Nicole Eisenman explores the human condition in her critically acclaimed, wide-ranging prints, paintings, drawings, and mixed-media works. As she explains: “I reflect a certain desire in my work, I want my work to be authentic and reflective of my body, what it’s …

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About the work
Robert Fontaine Gallery
Miami
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(i) Part I Sinking Ships: signed, titled and dated "Nicole Eisenman "Foos Ball …

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(i) Part I Sinking Ships: signed, titled and dated "Nicole Eisenman "Foos Ball Trilogy" 1994 "Part I Sinking Ships"" on the stretcher.

(ii) Part II Rescue: signed and titled "Nicole Eisenman Foos Ball Trilogy Part II "Rescue"" on the stretcher.

(iii) Part III Game …

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Signature
Each part, respectively signed, titled, and dated on each part's stretcher.
Nicole Eisenman
American, b. 1965
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Working from the heart and driven by the body, Nicole Eisenman explores the human condition in her …

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Working from the heart and driven by the body, Nicole Eisenman explores the human condition in her critically acclaimed, wide-ranging prints, paintings, drawings, and mixed-media works. As she explains: “I reflect a certain desire in my work, I want my work to be authentic and reflective of my body, what it’s …

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Nicole Eisenman

Foos Ball Trilogy, 1994

Oil on wood, in 3 parts
This is a unique work.
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Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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