"Plates of Light" by Grace Graupe-Pillard, Cut-Out Lithograph, 1991
A man's black silhouette is filled with colorful imagery of birds and candles in this bold piece by American artist Grace Graupe-Pillard. Graupe-Pillard is a feminist artist, known for her political artwork. In the 1970s, she gathered attention for striving to depict those who are not typically seen as "attractive" by societal standards. "Places of Light" is representative of her 1990s works, where incorporated various imagery into human silhouettes to express more poetic concepts in a visual medium. This cut-out silhouette lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil, edition: 30/30. It is offered in a red wood frame.
FRAMED: HEIGHT: 46½ in | WIDTH: 34½ in
UNFRAMED: HEIGHT: 45 in | WIDTH: 33 in
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