Well Listed, Exhibited and Collected. Ray Ciarrochhi (American, 1933) "Manhattan Afternoon" ORIGINAL One-of-a-Kind Monoprint on Fine Watercolor Paper — Signed Ciarrochi, Signed on Verso in Watercolor: Manhattan Afternoon, Ray Ciarrochi 1979, — h: 18.75" x w: 26.25" (sight), HEAVY Brushed Silver Metal Frame, Matted (h: 27.50" x w: 35.50", EXCELLENT CONDITION.
Curators note: This work is featured in color on page 63 of the book "Monotypes: Mediums and Methods for Painterly Printmaking," by Julia Ayres, Watson-Guptill Publications 1991. Ciarrocchi's name is also spelled Ciarrochi.
"Ray Ciarrocchi has been exhibiting land and occasionally cityscapes in annual solo shows for many years. Although some critics have spoken of the impressionist shimmer in Ciarrocchi's paintings, and others of his luminous color fields and even of his Abstract-Expressionist roots, for me he has always been a kind of Symbolist whose work stems indirectly from the paintings of Caspar Davis Friedrich and Frederic Edwin Church".
Lawrence Campbell, Art in America magazine
Mr. Ciarrocchi studied at the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts and Boston University. He studied abroad in Tokyo Japan and Florence Italy. Ciarrocchi has held teaching positions at Pratt Institute, Columbia University, Parsons School of Design, Brooklyn College CUNY and Baruch College CUNY. Ciarrocchi’s paintings, watercolors, drawings and monotypes are in museum and private collections both nationally and abroad.
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