Sunset Cove, 2008

by Alex Katz

Print : aquatint 13.7 x 19.7 x 0 inch

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Alex Katz, Sunset Cove

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Numbered and limited to 50 copies

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Print: aquatint

Dimensions cm inch

13.7 x 19.7 x 0 inch Height x Width x Depth


Not framed

Artwork sold in perfect condition

Origin: Italy

Color aquatint.
Sheet: 13 3/4 x 20 inches (cm 34,8 x 50).
Plate: 10 x 14 1/2 inches (cm 25,4 x 36,8).
Edition: 50 Arabic numerals, 20 Roman numerals.
Artist Proofs: 4.
Paper: Cartiere Magnani Corona 400 g.
Folder: Small Cuts.
Hand-signed and numbered by artist on the front.
Authenticated and published work.

Important graphic work by the famous master of American figurative painting, in an extremely limited edition.
Perfect, stored in the unframed protective folder.
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It is shipped with documentation in a professional rigid package.
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Alex Katz

Alex Katz

United States • Born in: 1927

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Alex Katz was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1927 from Russian parents. In 1946, Katz entered The Cooper Union Art School in Manhattan, a prestigious college of art, architecture, and engineering.

Alex Katz is a figurative artist. He is known for paintings, sculptures and prints and is represented by numerous galleries internationally. His paintings are divided almost equally into the genres of portraiture and landscape.

Katz's first one-person show was held at the Roko Gallery in 1954. Katz had begun to develop greater acquaintances with the New York School and their allies in the other arts. From 1955 to 1959, usually following a day of painting, Katz made small collages of figures in landscapes from hand-colored strips of delicately cut paper. In the late 1950s, he moved towards greater realism in his paintings. He embraced monochrome backgrounds, which would become a defining characteristic of his style, anticipating Pop Art and separating him from gestural figure painters and the New Perceptual Realism. In 1965, he also embarked on a prolific career in printmaking. Katz would go on to produce many editions in lithography, etching, silkscreen, woodcut and linoleum cut.

Alex Katz's work has been the subject of more than 200 solo exhibitions and nearly 500 group exhibitions internationally since 1951. Katz has received numerous accolades throughout his career. In 2007, he was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Academy Museum, New York. In 2005, Katz was the honored artist at the Chicago Humanities Festival's Inaugural Richard Gray Annual Visual Arts Series. The same year, he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts from Colgate University, Hamilton, New York— his second Honorary Doctorate, following one from Colby College, Maine, in 1984.

Works by Alex Katz can be found in over 100 public collections worldwide. Most notably, those in America include: Albright-Knox Museum, Buffalo; The Art Institute of Chicago; The Brooklyn Museum; Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh; Des Moines Art Center; Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.; The Los Angeles County Museum of Art and many others.

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