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by: Darby Carroll


Marketplace > Appalachian State University > Art > ART 2011 > INTRODUCTION TO VISUAL ARTS
Darby Carroll
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This 18 page Class Notes was uploaded by Darby Carroll on Friday October 2, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ART 2011 at Appalachian State University taught by Johanna Hays in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 34 views. For similar materials see /class/217671/art-2011-appalachian-state-university in Art at Appalachian State University.




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Date Created: 10/02/15
Final Art Presentation Robert Estes amp Audrey Flack By Rebecca Soltysiak Richard Estes Richard Estes was born May 14 1932 in Kewanee Illinois He grew up in Chicago and studied art at The Art Institute of Chicago Estes is an American Artist best known for his photorealistic paintings he is also a founder of the international photorealist movement of the 1960 s His colleagues include Denis Peterson Audrey Flack and Chuck Close Estes style is also known as superrealism or hyper realism Richard Estes Supreme Hardware 1974 Oil on canvas 1118 X 163 8 cm Coun esy Marlborough Gallery N75 3 Mum x mm Richard Estes Meat Market 1979 prints screen print in colors edition 36100 70 x 50 cm or 276X 197 in Sims Reed Gallery Richard Estes Salzburg Cathedral 1983 prints color silkscreen edition 250 28 x 22 in or 711 X 559 cm Sondra Mayer Fine Art Gallery Richard Estes Six Views of Edo Shinjuko Ill 1989 paintings acrylic and gouache on illustration board 16 X 27 in or 40 6 X 686 cm Louis K Meisel Gallery Richard Estes East River 1989 Prints Screenprint edition 6410039 30 x 23 in or 762 X 5amp4cm Woodward Gallery Richard Estes The Piaza 1991 painting oil on canvas 36 x 66 in or 914 X 7676 cm Louis K Meise Gallery Richard Estes Antactica II 2007 painting oil on board 67 X 144 8 cm or 264 X 57 in Marlborough Gallery Richard Estes Staten Island Ferry Docking Manhattan 2008 Oll on board 231 X 16 in or 58 7 X 40 6 cm Marlborough Gallery New York Audrey Flack Audrey Flack was born in 1931 in New York She is an American photorealist painter and did minor work in sculpture and printmaking Flack studied art in New York from 1948 to 1953 Her colleagues include Richard Estes Denis Peterson and Chuck Close She was the first artist to have art purchased from The Museum of Modern Art Audrey Flack Esperanza 1970 prints lithograph 33 39 24 in e Audrey Flack Shiva 19721973 paintings oil and acrylic on canvas 36 X 50 in or 914 X 127 cm Louis K Meisel Gallery Audrey Flack Coconut lemon cake 1974 acryic on canvas 24 X 30 in or 61 x 763 cm Audrey Flaok Queen 1976 paintings acrylic on canvas 80 X 80 in or 2032 X 2032 cm Louis K Meisel Gallery Audrey Flack Royal Flush 1977 prints serlgraph 48 X 662 in or 1219 X 1681 cm Lew Allen Galleries Audrey Flack Invocation 1982 paintings oil and acrylic on canvas 64 X 80 in or 1622 X 2032 cm Louise K Meisel Gallery Information on Estes amp Flack 0 Estes work is classi ed as photorealist these paintings are made to lookjust like a photograph He contributed to the United States Art Movement or the International photo realist movement These products were made to look like they were of high resolution 0 Flacks work is classified as a photorealist painter as well the two artist were colleagues and had very similar bodies of work


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