SKU: PR00049 Category:


Description: This is a wonderful mezzotint on paper, produced by Robert Kipniss in 1996. According to Kipniss, "This work explores aspects of the intimacy of semi-rural backyards in moon-light." He enjoys working with "…the relationship of houses and landscapes, particularly at the edges of small towns… where man is nearest to nature while at the same time remaining social…"

The image measures 9 3/8" x 7", and the deckle-edged sheet measures approximately 14" x 11 3/4" overall. Just below the image, the piece is signed and numbered in pencil "Kipniss" and "124/150." Is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity from The Print Club of Albany; this was their "annual print for 1995-1996." Item #PR00049

Robert Kipniss (1931- ) studied at the Art Students League in New York City, Wittenburg University, and the University of Iowa. He began his career as a painter, then moved primarily into lithography before turning to the mezzotint. His work is in the permanent collections of many of the world’s best known museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the British Museum, and the Smithsonian. He was elected to the National Academy of Design in 1980.

Condition: There is a small spot of very light soil at the edge of the blank left margin; otherwise fine.