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Squeak Carnwath

Gone, 2005

Oil and alkyd on canvas over panel
90 × 80 in
228.6 × 203.2 cm
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Seattle
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Squeak Carnwath
American, b. 1947
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For Squeak Carnwath, painting is a form of questioning, through which she reflects on the nature of …

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For Squeak Carnwath, painting is a form of questioning, through which she reflects on the nature of reality, illusion, and experience. As the artist explains: “I think that painting is a philosophical enterprise in that people believe that what they’re seeing is a real thing… Even though it’s just a thin film of paint …

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For Squeak Carnwath, painting is a form of questioning, through which she reflects on the nature of …

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For Squeak Carnwath, painting is a form of questioning, through which she reflects on the nature of reality, illusion, and experience. As the artist explains: “I think that painting is a philosophical enterprise in that people believe that what they’re seeing is a real thing… Even though it’s just a thin film of paint …

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Squeak Carnwath

Gone, 2005

Oil and alkyd on canvas over panel
90 × 80 in
228.6 × 203.2 cm
Contact For Price
location
Seattle
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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