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Description: signed, dated and numbered 11/150 in pencil along the bottom right margin

  • Notes: Main store JHB
    Ernest Trova was an artist best known for his “Falling Man” series. As a self-taught artist, he was inspired by painters Francis Bacon, Jean Dubuffet and Willem DeKooning but was also artistically influenced by the mannequins with which he worked while employed as a window dresser for a department store. Trova rose to prominence in the art world in the 1960s with his “Falling Man” paintings, prints, and sculptures featuring an armless human figure, which he considered “man at his most imperfect.” A solo exhibition of his paintings inaugurated the Pace Gallery in New York in 1963, where he continued to exhibit for more than 20 years. Trova’s work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and the Tate Gallery, among others. He is survived by three children.
  • Provenance: Published by Pace Editions Inc., New York.
  • Dimensions: sheet size: 61 x 61 cm unframed
  • Artist Name: Ernest Trova (America 1927-2009)
  • Medium: colour screenprint
  • Condition: The overall condition is good. Scratches in areas.

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