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Dale Earnhardt, A , 2005

Print

Lithograph

29.75 x 41.00 in

75.6 x 104.1 cm

Edition of 150

This work is signed by the artist.

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    About The Work

    Artist Malcolm Morley based this riveting, action-packed lithograph (made in an edition of 175) on newspaper photographs of the 2001 Nascar crash that killed racing great Dale Earnhardt. Morley first developed his photo-realist style in the 1960s, as an extension of the era’s thriving Pop movement. Not surprisingly, his meticulous recreation of a violent news story—the brightly colored, crisp vehicles are enclosed in billowing heaps of smoke—aptly echoes Andy Warhol’s Death and Disaster series. 

    About Malcolm Morley

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