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Portrait of "The Supper At Emmaus" (after Caravaggio), 2012

Acrylic, oil, giclée print ink and chalk on canvas
49 1/2 × 65 3/4 in
125.7 × 167 cm
$25,000
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Pieter Schoolwerth is best known for his “Portraits of Paintings,” in which he mashes up …

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Pieter Schoolwerth is best known for his “Portraits of Paintings,” in which he mashes up masterpieces by the likes of Caravaggio and Délacoix with abstract geometries, gestures, and lines. He describes the paintings “as being primarily allegorical in nature: each work deliberately stages the act of painting and …

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Pieter Schoolwerth
American, b. 1970
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Pieter Schoolwerth considers art history the primary subject of his paintings: “I’ve never been …

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Pieter Schoolwerth considers art history the primary subject of his paintings: “I’ve never been particularly interested in expressing myself through painting,” he says. “Rather, I prefer to use paintings from the past as the raw material upon which to ground my entire practice.” Throughout the 1990s and 2000s, …

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About the work

Pieter Schoolwerth is best known for his “Portraits of Paintings,” in which he mashes up …

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Pieter Schoolwerth is best known for his “Portraits of Paintings,” in which he mashes up masterpieces by the likes of Caravaggio and Délacoix with abstract geometries, gestures, and lines. He describes the paintings “as being primarily allegorical in nature: each work deliberately stages the act of painting and …

Read more
CalArts Benefit

The price does not include tax or shipping. After a purchase is confirmed, a representative of …

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The price does not include tax or shipping. After a purchase is confirmed, a representative of CalArts will connect the buyer with the shipping agent. Works will ship from New York or Los Angeles and it is the responsibility of the buyer to pay the shipping agent directly.

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Image rights
Courtesy of the artist and Miguel Abreu Gallery
Pieter Schoolwerth
American, b. 1970
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Pieter Schoolwerth considers art history the primary subject of his paintings: “I’ve never been …

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Pieter Schoolwerth considers art history the primary subject of his paintings: “I’ve never been particularly interested in expressing myself through painting,” he says. “Rather, I prefer to use paintings from the past as the raw material upon which to ground my entire practice.” Throughout the 1990s and 2000s, …

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Portrait of "The Supper At Emmaus" (after Caravaggio), 2012

Acrylic, oil, giclée print ink and chalk on canvas
49 1/2 × 65 3/4 in
125.7 × 167 cm
$25,000
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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