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Woman At A Window, 2012

Archival Pigment Print
This is part of a limited edition set.
43 × 63 in
109.2 × 160 cm
Edition of 3 + 2AP
$8,000
24 × 36 in
61 × 91.4 cm
Edition AP1/6 + 2AP
$6,000
18 × 24 in
45.7 × 61 cm
Edition of 9 + 2AP
$2,500
location
Brooklyn
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KLOMPCHING GALLERY
Brooklyn
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HOPPER MEDITATIONS
The Hopper Meditations series, are a lushly colorful body of work, inspired by …

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HOPPER MEDITATIONS
The Hopper Meditations series, are a lushly colorful body of work, inspired by the paintings of Edward Hopper. These meticulously constructed photographs are made from a combination of hand-built doll-house sized dioramas, and life-size models that have been digitally composited into the resulting …

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Hopper Meditations
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Richard Tuschman
Richard Tuschman
American, b. 1956
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Merging the handcrafted with digital technology, Richard Tuschman produces painterly, evocative photographs. He trained as a printmaker but always incorporated photographic processes into his work. With the introduction of Photoshop in the 1990s, Tuschman turned to photography, developing a style that incorporates techniques of graphic design, painting, and assemblage. In his words, “Photoshop came naturally to me, and seemed much more analogous to painting and printmaking (which was good for me) than a traditional darkroom. After that, my career in photo-illustration took off.” His commissioned work appears on book covers and in magazines and advertisements. The artist’s own projects include a still life series of montaged images and a suite of moody, staged domestic scenes inspired by Edward Hopper paintings. Tuschman cites Hopper as among his influences, which also include Rembrandt, the photographer Gregory Crewdson, and surrealism.

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HOPPER MEDITATIONS
The Hopper Meditations series, are a lushly colorful body of work, inspired by …

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HOPPER MEDITATIONS
The Hopper Meditations series, are a lushly colorful body of work, inspired by the paintings of Edward Hopper. These meticulously constructed photographs are made from a combination of hand-built doll-house sized dioramas, and life-size models that have been digitally composited into the resulting …

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Medium
Photography
Signature
Signed, dated, titled and Numbered on verso.
Series
Hopper Meditations
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Richard Tuschman
Richard Tuschman
American, b. 1956
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Merging the handcrafted with digital technology, Richard Tuschman produces painterly, evocative photographs. He trained as a printmaker but always incorporated photographic processes into his work. With the introduction of Photoshop in the 1990s, Tuschman turned to photography, developing a style that incorporates techniques of graphic design, painting, and assemblage. In his words, “Photoshop came naturally to me, and seemed much more analogous to painting and printmaking (which was good for me) than a traditional darkroom. After that, my career in photo-illustration took off.” His commissioned work appears on book covers and in magazines and advertisements. The artist’s own projects include a still life series of montaged images and a suite of moody, staged domestic scenes inspired by Edward Hopper paintings. Tuschman cites Hopper as among his influences, which also include Rembrandt, the photographer Gregory Crewdson, and surrealism.

Woman At A Window, 2012

Archival Pigment Print
This is part of a limited edition set.
43 × 63 in
109.2 × 160 cm
Edition of 3 + 2AP
$8,000
24 × 36 in
61 × 91.4 cm
Edition AP1/6 + 2AP
$6,000
18 × 24 in
45.7 × 61 cm
Edition of 9 + 2AP
$2,500
location
Brooklyn
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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