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From 1970 to 1971, Charles Blackman escaped Australia for Paris. He won the prestigious Cite des Artes scholarship and upon settling down in France, fell in love with the culture, commencing what art historians refer to as his “Golden Era” for drawing. He immersed himself in Parisian culture, pursuing “serious” art by trying to master the nude. ‘Nude’, dated 1973, is an expression of Blackman’s engagement with the human form. Minimal, elegant and arresting, ‘Nude’ is an exploration of creative sophistication, liberated from the shackles of Australia and social conservatism. Signed and provenanced from the Charles Blackman Foundation, this drawing is highly collectable.
Charles BLACKMAN (1928 - 2018)'Nude' 1973Charcoal on paperImage Size: 50 x 39 cm Dimensions: 76 x 51 cm Signed: Lower right 'BLACKMAN 1973' Comes with Letter of ProvenanceCondition:very good© Charles Blackman / Copyright Agency 2023
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