Kip Frace Signed Serigraph Brooklyn Bridge 1993 Edition 21/175, signed Kip and dated (lower right) Dimensions: 42 x 28 inches, unframed Condition: Excellent condition
Frace is a subject sponge. He finds material for paintings in his neighborhood along the East River, between the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges as he did for this serigraph of the Brooklyn Bridge.
Kip Frace works have strong black outlines enclosing floral forms and florid colors. The style could be called Pop Art Stained Glass. Frace downplays any comparisons to Peter Max's flower-powered psychedelics or Red Grooms' Manhattan Ruckuses. He prefers to say he's inspired by the music of Billy Joel, that Tom Waits' grizzled songs help make him depressed, which brightens his palette.
He uses bold colors and strong lines and invites the viewer to enter his amazing view of the world. While this particular work sells for up to $3500, it is offered for a reasonable price of $900.
Shipped in sturdy tubing.
Item ID: 423
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