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Richard Hull's love of drawing and mastery of graphic imagery is highlighted in this exhibition of the artist's recent prints published by Manneken Press.

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Richard Hull calls his recent works “stolen portraits.” In these portrait-like structures lobes, appendages and swirling masses suggestive of breasts, chins, hairdos, eyes and other body parts form the head and shoulders of a figure. The bulbous loops are accentuated by repetitive, concentric curves within the large masses. Each of these images expresses a distinct visual personality rather than …

Richard Hull calls his recent works “stolen portraits.” In these portrait-like structures lobes, appendages and swirling masses suggestive of breasts, chins, hairdos, eyes and other body parts form the head and shoulders of a figure. The bulbous loops are accentuated by repetitive, concentric curves within the large masses. Each of these images expresses a distinct visual personality rather than a representation of a particular individual. This exhibition showcases the artist’s explorations of this theme in print media.

Since 2015, Richard Hull has made prints at Manneken Press, producing …

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