Rachel Howard, ‘Ali Shallal Al-Qaisi’, 2016, Sworders
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Rachel Howard

Ali Shallal Al-Qaisi, 2016

Archival pigment print in colours with screenprint varnish
22 9/10 × 16 9/10 in
58.2 × 43 cm
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Signed in pencil, from the unnumbered edition of 25, part of the 'artists with liberty, save …

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Rachel Howard
British, b. 1969
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Rachel Howard is known for her deeply expressive paintings of figures that seem to be made of shadows. Howard’s signature style is achieved by applying paint to canvas and allowing it to run downward, using a brush to form haunting images, both representational and abstract, amid the resulting striations and haze. Her preferred material is house paint; as it separates, it creates a layer of varnish that lends her works its seductive high gloss.

Rachel Howard, ‘Ali Shallal Al-Qaisi’, 2016, Sworders
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Signed in pencil, from the unnumbered edition of 25, part of the 'artists with liberty, save our human rights act' portfolio of ten prints, printed by worton hall studios, published by liberty, london, on 330gsm somerset satin enhanced paper, the full sheet printed to the edges

Sheet 58.2 x 43cm, unframed

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Rachel Howard
British, b. 1969
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Rachel Howard is known for her deeply expressive paintings of figures that seem to be made of shadows. Howard’s signature style is achieved by applying paint to canvas and allowing it to run downward, using a brush to form haunting images, both representational and abstract, amid the resulting striations and haze. Her preferred material is house paint; as it separates, it creates a layer of varnish that lends her works its seductive high gloss.

Rachel Howard

Ali Shallal Al-Qaisi, 2016

Archival pigment print in colours with screenprint varnish
22 9/10 × 16 9/10 in
58.2 × 43 cm
Bidding closed
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