Trenton Doyle Hancock, ‘548 First St. NE’, 2012, Print, Silkscreen, photogravure, etching, lithography, linen-covered portfolio box, Island Press
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548 First St. NE, 2012

Silkscreen, photogravure, etching, lithography, linen-covered portfolio box
24 × 19 in
61 × 48.3 cm
.
$10,000
Location
St. Louis
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Island Press
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548 First St. NE is a complex portfolio of 16 prints by Trenton Doyle Hancock produced in the …

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Trenton Doyle Hancock
American, b. 1974
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Since the early 21st century, Trenton Doyle Hancock has been merging comic book narratives and abstraction in his vibrant, dizzyingly detailed prints, drawings, and mixed-media paintings, in which he explores the struggles within himself and in our world. For the first nine years of his career, he focused on the creation of an epic, allegorical tale, shaped, in part, by the Biblical stories with which he grew up. Each of his works is a part of this ongoing drama, in which beehive-like “Mounds,” representing, in his words, “the Earth and stability,” battle with skeletal “Vegans,” who he describes as “a mob…unleashed to upset that stability.” Representative of the ongoing strife among humans, his compositions are full of words, colors, and his imaginative characters. Recently, Hancock has turned more inward, producing autobiographical works featuring himself as the protagonist.

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548 First St. NE is a complex portfolio of 16 prints by Trenton Doyle Hancock produced in the summer of 2011 in collaboration with Island Press at Washington University in St. Louis. Hancock originally conceived of the project as a book; the images were created in pairs or spreads. 548 First St. NE was the address of …

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548 First St. NE
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Trenton Doyle Hancock
American, b. 1974
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Since the early 21st century, Trenton Doyle Hancock has been merging comic book narratives and abstraction in his vibrant, dizzyingly detailed prints, drawings, and mixed-media paintings, in which he explores the struggles within himself and in our world. For the first nine years of his career, he focused on the creation of an epic, allegorical tale, shaped, in part, by the Biblical stories with which he grew up. Each of his works is a part of this ongoing drama, in which beehive-like “Mounds,” representing, in his words, “the Earth and stability,” battle with skeletal “Vegans,” who he describes as “a mob…unleashed to upset that stability.” Representative of the ongoing strife among humans, his compositions are full of words, colors, and his imaginative characters. Recently, Hancock has turned more inward, producing autobiographical works featuring himself as the protagonist.

548 First St. NE, 2012

Silkscreen, photogravure, etching, lithography, linen-covered portfolio box
24 × 19 in
61 × 48.3 cm
.
$10,000
Location
St. Louis
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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