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Roberto Matta

Untitled (from "Così fan tutte" portfolio), 1970

Etching and aquatint in color
31 × 26 × 2 in
78.7 × 66 × 5.1 cm
Edition of 25
This is part of a limited edition set.
$1,800
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Puccio Fine Art
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Roberto Matta's title for this work comes from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Italian comedic …

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Roberto Matta's title for this work comes from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Italian comedic opera"Così fan tutte, ossia La scuola degli amanti" (Italian: All Women Do It, or The School for Lovers) first performed in 1790 Vienna, Austria.

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Hand-signed by artist, Signed and numbered in pencil
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Roberto Matta
Chilean, 1911–2002
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Like Salvador Dalí’s The Persistence of Memory (1931), Crucifiction (1938) by Chilean painter Roberto Matta is considered a Surrealist masterpiece. Indeed, Matta was heavily influenced by Dalí and Yves Tanguy, and became an important figure in the evolution of Surrealism, painting dreamlike, internal "inscapes" early on and, later, intense compositions reflecting the psychic damage caused by Europe’s ongoing wars. Shifting biomorphic shapes painted or drawn in vivid colors populated Matta’s often-apocalyptic scenes, conveying confusion and angst. Additionally, Matta's style and willing exploration of the Surrealist philosophy of "automatic composition" heavily influenced the development of the Abstract Expressionist school’s exploration of Action painting.

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Roberto Matta's title for this work comes from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Italian comedic …

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Roberto Matta's title for this work comes from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Italian comedic opera"Così fan tutte, ossia La scuola degli amanti" (Italian: All Women Do It, or The School for Lovers) first performed in 1790 Vienna, Austria.

Condition
Excellent
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Signed and numbered in pencil
Certificate of authenticity
Not included
Frame
Included
Price ranges of large prints by Roberto Matta
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$1,750–$2,100
This work
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Roberto Matta
Chilean, 1911–2002
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Like Salvador Dalí’s The Persistence of Memory (1931), Crucifiction (1938) by Chilean painter Roberto Matta is considered a Surrealist masterpiece. Indeed, Matta was heavily influenced by Dalí and Yves Tanguy, and became an important figure in the evolution of Surrealism, painting dreamlike, internal "inscapes" early on and, later, intense compositions reflecting the psychic damage caused by Europe’s ongoing wars. Shifting biomorphic shapes painted or drawn in vivid colors populated Matta’s often-apocalyptic scenes, conveying confusion and angst. Additionally, Matta's style and willing exploration of the Surrealist philosophy of "automatic composition" heavily influenced the development of the Abstract Expressionist school’s exploration of Action painting.

Roberto Matta

Untitled (from "Così fan tutte" portfolio), 1970

Etching and aquatint in color
31 × 26 × 2 in
78.7 × 66 × 5.1 cm
Edition of 25
This is part of a limited edition set.
$1,800
Ships from New York, NY, US
Shipping: $100 domestic, $150 rest of world
Locked
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