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Philip Hanson

I'm nobody! Who are you? (Dickinson), 2014

Oil on canvas
60 × 48 × 2 in
152.4 × 121.9 × 5.1 cm
Philip Hanson
American, b. 1943
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An important figure in the Chicago Imagist circle of the 1960s, Philip Hanson draws on Surrealism, …

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An important figure in the Chicago Imagist circle of the 1960s, Philip Hanson draws on Surrealism, as well as his studies in poetry and architecture, creating paintings of mysterious spaces. His “Shadow” series from the late 1960s, with loosely rendered figures whose faces, obscured by household objects, cast …

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Philip Hanson
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An important figure in the Chicago Imagist circle of the 1960s, Philip Hanson draws on Surrealism, …

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An important figure in the Chicago Imagist circle of the 1960s, Philip Hanson draws on Surrealism, as well as his studies in poetry and architecture, creating paintings of mysterious spaces. His “Shadow” series from the late 1960s, with loosely rendered figures whose faces, obscured by household objects, cast …

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Philip Hanson

I'm nobody! Who are you? (Dickinson), 2014

Oil on canvas
60 × 48 × 2 in
152.4 × 121.9 × 5.1 cm
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