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Farewell Bill

Print

Line-etching and sugarlift-aquatint

33.54 x 25.47 in

85.2 x 64.7 cm

Edition of 40

This work comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

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    About The Work

    This electrifying piece from Georg Baselitz is a direct homage to the gestural figures of Willem de Kooning, whose primal paintings he encountered as a student in 1958. Like that great abstract expressionist, Baselitz has worked instinctively and with a watercolour-like fluidity. Consistent with his established formal vocabulary, which acts to disrupt the painted subject visually and symbolically, Baselitz portrays himself upside down.

    Courtesy of the Royal Academy of Arts 

    About Georg Baselitz

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