Paul Endres Jr., ‘The First Cephalophore of the Burden Age: Arthur Deadalus’, 2014, Childs Gallery
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Paul Endres Jr.

The First Cephalophore of the Burden Age: Arthur Deadalus, 2014

Oil on panel
40 × 30 in
101.6 × 76.2 cm
This is a unique work.
$7,000
Ships from Boston, MA, US
Shipping: $250 domestic, $450 rest of world
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Boston
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Childs Gallery
Boston

From the artist's series "The American Burden".

Paul Endres Jr.’s work commemorates …

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Condition
In fine condition.
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Signed lower right.
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Paul Endres Jr.
American, b. 1985
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Drawing from diverse sources in history, art, and literature, Paul Endres, Jr. portrays a farcical, post-apocalyptic mythos. In his “Tales of the American Burden” series, Endres presents the viewer with a post-disaster Boston, featuring recurrent characters in monumental, figurative paintings. By referencing the techniques of such canonical painters as Jaques-Louis David and Benjamin West, Endres examines “the absurdity of historical inaccuracies in artwork,” as he says, in close detail.

Paul Endres Jr., ‘The First Cephalophore of the Burden Age: Arthur Deadalus’, 2014, Childs Gallery
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About the work
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Childs Gallery
Boston

From the artist's series "The American Burden".

Paul Endres Jr.’s work commemorates the history of The American Burden, an epic dystopian narrative of his own creation. Replete with satirical characters and absurd situations, the paintings celebrate contradiction, synthesizing visual and conceptual …

Medium
Painting
Condition
In fine condition.
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Signed lower right.
Certificate of authenticity
Not included
Frame
Not included
Paul Endres Jr.
American, b. 1985
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Drawing from diverse sources in history, art, and literature, Paul Endres, Jr. portrays a farcical, post-apocalyptic mythos. In his “Tales of the American Burden” series, Endres presents the viewer with a post-disaster Boston, featuring recurrent characters in monumental, figurative paintings. By referencing the techniques of such canonical painters as Jaques-Louis David and Benjamin West, Endres examines “the absurdity of historical inaccuracies in artwork,” as he says, in close detail.

Paul Endres Jr.

The First Cephalophore of the Burden Age: Arthur Deadalus, 2014

Oil on panel
40 × 30 in
101.6 × 76.2 cm
This is a unique work.
$7,000
Ships from Boston, MA, US
Shipping: $250 domestic, $450 rest of world
Location
Boston
Locked
Secure payment
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