Sean Scully, ‘Seven Mirrors (1)’, 1997, Heather James Fine Art: Benefit Auction 2016
Sean Scully, ‘Seven Mirrors (1)’, 1997, Heather James Fine Art: Benefit Auction 2016
Sean Scully, ‘Seven Mirrors (1)’, 1997, Heather James Fine Art: Benefit Auction 2016
Sean Scully, ‘Seven Mirrors (1)’, 1997, Heather James Fine Art: Benefit Auction 2016
Sean Scully, ‘Seven Mirrors (1)’, 1997, Heather James Fine Art: Benefit Auction 2016

Editioned lower left "37/40" and initialed and dated lower right "S.S. 97".

Framed: 27.625 x 23.625 in.

General Electric Corporate Collection
Heather James Fine Art

About Sean Scully

Demonstrating an unwavering commitment to abstraction, Sean Scully’s paintings and works on paper combine an underlying geometric structure with soft edges and uneven application of pigment. Scully’s compositions often employ stripes, grids, and dark, earthy tones, as seen in early watercolors where Scully allowed the paint to puddle and overlap with a larger stripe motif. This integration of structured composition with the idiosyncrasies of the chosen medium is typical of Scully’s work; the artist has described this duality as a “battle between system and emotion.”

Irish, b. 1945, Dublin, Ireland