Edition of 117
17 x 19 inches
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b. 1938, Riga, Latvia
This photorealistic print depicts one of Celmins' signature subjects, the spider web, which she has represented in various media, including charcoal, oil paint, and multiple printmaking techniques. "Maybe I identify with the spider," the artist has said. "I'm the kind of person who works on something forever and then works on the same image again the next day."A master of several mediums, including oil painting, charcoal, and multiple printmaking processes, Vija Celmins’ work depicts renditions of natural scenes with uncanny accuracy and attention to detail. Her meticulously rendered images that convey solitude, stillness, and the indeterminacy of life lack a specific point of reference, horizon, or discernible depth of field and become limitless spaces, lending each image a sense of wonder and discovery.In 2014, Celmins set a new artist auction record with the sale of "Burning Plane" (1965) for $3.41 million at Sotheby's.
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