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Reclining Nude by Hendrik Grise, 1965

McNaught Fine Art

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Reclining Nude by Hendrik Grise, 1965
Reclining Nude by Hendrik Grise, 1965
Reclining Nude by Hendrik Grise, 1965
Reclining Nude by Hendrik Grise, 1965
Reclining Nude by Hendrik Grise, 1965

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1960s
Condition:
Very Good; age-fading, pinholes to corners
Country of Origin:
USA
Style:
Expressionism
Materials:
gouache on paper
Size:
23.25" L x 17.25" H
Color/Finish:
orange/indigo

Why We Love This

A period Expressionist-style figural watercolor of a woman shown reclining in an interior and contrasted against a dramatic coral striped background. Signed lower right "Grise" for Hendrik Grise (American, 1914-1982), a listed artist, and painted circa 1965. Grise first studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and, beginning in the 1960s, created mixed-media figural works that incorporated a variety of celestial and figural motifs blended into surrealist-derived abstract works. Unframed.
As described by McNaught Fine Art

About McNaught Fine Art

A 1986 graduate of Christie's Fine Arts of London, I headed the fine art department of a West Coast auction house before opening my own gallery. Each painting I represent is selected with care. I believe fine art to be an integral part of life, illuminating both our vision and our values for our children. As time passes, our paintings become heirlooms, enriched with our shared memories. Many things come and go. Art abides. - Anthony McNaught