This lot consists of a fine art print on paper, "Baj" and numbered "1/150" in graphite at bottom. The image itself is a whimsical iteration of George Seurat's "A Sunday on La Grande Jatte" (1884), with several unexpected features. The viewer is invited to note that all subjects within the piece are facing in the opposite direction of Seurat's iconic work, and in their midst we see the addition of playful monkeys, frogs, and one, purely imagined form. Done in the Neo-Dada style of Modernist Enrico Baj (Italian, 1924-2003). Unframed piece measures approximately 8.25" x 11".
Unframed approx. 8.25" x 11".
Finger Lakes Auction has been commissioned to liquidate several private collections of fine art. The pieces in this auction came from established collectors both in the United States and Europe. This is one of the pieces from those collections.
Please note: This work is being sold "In the style of" the named artist. “In the style of” works are works by an unknown creator whose style is strongly under the influence of the style of the named master artist.
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