Dine Frozen and BruisedRonald Brooks Kitaj RA (1932-2007)
Lithograph on paper from 1972 from the portfolio A Day Book by Robert Creeley (recognised as one of the most influential US authors and poets of the 20th century).
Signed in pencil, numbered 164 from the edition of 200.
Believed to be Jim Dine, fellow artist and friend.
“Prints by RB Kitaj from ‘A Day Book’ with text by Robert Creeley combine the artist’s graphic ouvre with his love of literature. Kitaj’s prints from the 60’s and 70’s demonstrate an experimental use of printmaking methods and surfaces. An influential graphic work with eight screenprints, four etchings and a lithograph printed on various papers, canvas and acetate. A controversial figure – political, intellectual and much admired by his peers Hockney, Freud and Auerbach. His work recently enjoyed a resurgence of interest with exhibitions at Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, The Jewish Museum London, Marlborough Fine Art and The British Museum”. Source The Rabley Drawing Centre
Collections: the TATE
Measurements: 62 x 42 cm sheet size
Condition: Excellent, Unframed.
This work has now been sold