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Christopher Bucklow Figurative Chromogenic Print
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CB Stamped Silhouette of Woman on acrylic, Chromogenic print mounted under Plexiglas, with the artist's inkstamp and numbered 338/400 on the reverse, shows a silhouette of a woman against a black and blue hued background, her silhouette is filed with a blurred shimmering filler, measures 15 3/4 x 19 1/2 inches, Mounted to acrylic, Some surface wear including scratches, chipping to corners. Property of Manhattan, New York Estate of D. Winston, matchmaker to the stars, NYC Socialite and philanthropist.Bucklow’s photographs are produced using an extremely large multiple-aperture pinhole camera to achieve a galaxy of images of the sun – a ‘solar body’ – in a life-size portrait. Both the Guest and the Tetrarch series are intended to be viewed as a collective self-portrait, portraying a group of individuals, spiritual friends and foes, whose combined characters reflect a multi-faceted image of Bucklow himself. The subjects in these works are portraits of Bucklow’s own interior in which he explains the importance of the selection of his subjects: “It’s like a cast of characters in a film. I think I was casting for my ‘film’ even before I knew that I was about to launch out on a narrative.? Bucklow has exhibited widely internationally, and his work is included in many key international collections, including: the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; the Victoria & Albert Museum, London; the Museum of Fine Art, San Francisco; Herzliya Museum of Art, Israel; Phoenix Art Museum; High Museum, Atlanta, USA and the British Council, to name but a few.Bucklow was the first of the British Museum’s ‘Artist in Residence’ in 2002-2003, in London. A recent work from this series sold at Stair for $3125. (Chairish.com) Property of Manhattan, New York Estate D. Winston, matchmaker to the stars, NYC Socialite and philanthropist. art, wall art, artwork, home decor, mixed media, modern art, contemporary art, silhouette , silhouette artwork, retro art, CB stamped, CHRISTOPHER BUCKLOW, 5
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Christopher Bucklow Figurative Chromogenic Print

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Feb 23, 2022
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0017: Christopher Bucklow Figurative Chromogenic Print

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Est. $100 - $250Starting Price $1
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Feb 23, 2022 10:00 AM EST
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CB Stamped Silhouette of Woman on acrylic, Chromogenic print mounted under Plexiglas, with the artist's inkstamp and numbered 338/400 on the reverse, shows a silhouette of a woman against a black and blue hued background, her silhouette is filed with a blurred shimmering filler, measures 15 3/4 x 19 1/2 inches, Mounted to acrylic, Some surface wear including scratches, chipping to corners. Property of Manhattan, New York Estate of D. Winston, matchmaker to the stars, NYC Socialite and philanthropist.Bucklow’s photographs are produced using an extremely large multiple-aperture pinhole camera to achieve a galaxy of images of the sun – a ‘solar body’ – in a life-size portrait. Both the Guest and the Tetrarch series are intended to be viewed as a collective self-portrait, portraying a group of individuals, spiritual friends and foes, whose combined characters reflect a multi-faceted image of Bucklow himself. The subjects in these works are portraits of Bucklow’s own interior in which he explains the importance of the selection of his subjects: “It’s like a cast of characters in a film. I think I was casting for my ‘film’ even before I knew that I was about to launch out on a narrative.? Bucklow has exhibited widely internationally, and his work is included in many key international collections, including: the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; the Victoria & Albert Museum, London; the Museum of Fine Art, San Francisco; Herzliya Museum of Art, Israel; Phoenix Art Museum; High Museum, Atlanta, USA and the British Council, to name but a few.Bucklow was the first of the British Museum’s ‘Artist in Residence’ in 2002-2003, in London. A recent work from this series sold at Stair for $3125. (Chairish.com) Property of Manhattan, New York Estate D. Winston, matchmaker to the stars, NYC Socialite and philanthropist. art, wall art, artwork, home decor, mixed media, modern art, contemporary art, silhouette , silhouette artwork, retro art, CB stamped, CHRISTOPHER BUCKLOW, 5

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