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This striking image from Australian artist, Charles Blackman, heralds from the artist's sketch book when he was living in London at the height of his creative output. It is a study that was key to the development of 'Window Light' as well as other, larger paintings from the London period.
Created in a flurry of creative expression, this superb work illustrates the artist's working process - his use of masking tape to create his strong, unwavering line-work and prolific production of studies, atmospheric in their hurried and liminal quality.
A rare find, this highly collectable work is enshrined with art historical significance. It will illuminate collectors of Blackman and mid-century art.
Charles BLACKMAN (1928 - )'Untitled ( Seated Figures ) ' 1965Black Ink on PaperImage Size: 20 x 25 cm Dimensions: 47 x 50 x 2 cm Signed: Initials CB and inscribed AUG 65 LONDONComes with Letter of ProvenanceCondition:Image very good. Framed with glass
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