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Roger Brown

Chicago International Art Exposition, Navy Pier, May 8-13, 1981

Continuous Tone Lithograph (No Dots)
36 × 27 in
91.4 × 68.6 cm
This is ephemera, an artifact related to the artist.
$650
Ships from Beverly Hills, CA, US
Shipping: $65 domestic, $165 rest of world
location
Beverly Hills
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About the work
David Lawrence Gallery
Beverly Hills
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Excellent Condition except for some minor staining in the border on the right side, will frame up …

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Excellent Condition except for some minor staining in the border on the right side, will frame up beautifully. Colors and Paper Fresh.

About the Continuous Tone Printing Process:
Screenless lithography, by eliminating the use of halftone screens and halftone dots achieves extraordinary fidelity, fullness of tone, color …

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Condition
Excellent Condition, but there is some minor staining on the extreme lower right edge, check the photo. Colors and Paper fresh.
Signature
No Signed, not signed
Certificate of authenticity
Not included
Frame
Not included
Publisher
Chicago Internatinal Art Exposition
Roger Brown
American, 1941–1997
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Associated with the Chicago Imagists, Roger Brown was driven by deep, familial ties with the American South and his appreciation for its vernacular material culture. Early in his life, Brown began to nurture his interest in folk art and handmade, functional objects; he would remain a lifetime champion for their validity as artistic objects. As a teenager, he was also strongly influenced by the aesthetic of comics, theater architecture, interior design, Art Deco, and the Machine Age. His subjects frequently engaged with post-war American culture, and touched upon urban isolation, alienation, sexual intrigue, natural disasters, and human tragedy—frequently with a tone both political and wry. Though Brown is best known for his paintings and prints, his projects would come to include assemblage and mixed-media sculpture, theater sets, and mosaic murals.

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About the work
David Lawrence Gallery
Beverly Hills
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Excellent Condition except for some minor staining in the border on the right side, will frame up …

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Excellent Condition except for some minor staining in the border on the right side, will frame up beautifully. Colors and Paper Fresh.

About the Continuous Tone Printing Process:
Screenless lithography, by eliminating the use of halftone screens and halftone dots achieves extraordinary fidelity, fullness of tone, color …

Read more
Condition
Excellent Condition, but there is some minor staining on the extreme lower right edge, check the photo. Colors and Paper fresh.
Signature
No Signed, not signed
Certificate of authenticity
Not included
Frame
Not included
Publisher
Chicago Internatinal Art Exposition
Roger Brown
American, 1941–1997
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Associated with the Chicago Imagists, Roger Brown was driven by deep, familial ties with the American South and his appreciation for its vernacular material culture. Early in his life, Brown began to nurture his interest in folk art and handmade, functional objects; he would remain a lifetime champion for their validity as artistic objects. As a teenager, he was also strongly influenced by the aesthetic of comics, theater architecture, interior design, Art Deco, and the Machine Age. His subjects frequently engaged with post-war American culture, and touched upon urban isolation, alienation, sexual intrigue, natural disasters, and human tragedy—frequently with a tone both political and wry. Though Brown is best known for his paintings and prints, his projects would come to include assemblage and mixed-media sculpture, theater sets, and mosaic murals.

Roger Brown

Chicago International Art Exposition, Navy Pier, May 8-13, 1981

Continuous Tone Lithograph (No Dots)
36 × 27 in
91.4 × 68.6 cm
This is ephemera, an artifact related to the artist.
$650
Ships from Beverly Hills, CA, US
Shipping: $65 domestic, $165 rest of world
location
Beverly Hills
Locked
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