Peter Doig, Lapeyrouse Wall

4.900,00 

Peter Doig (born 1959 in Edinburgh)

Lapeyrouse Wall, 2005

Medium: Etching with aquatint printed in red on wove paper, with full margins

Dimensions: 29.5 × 39.2 cm (45.4 x 56 cm)

Edition of 35: Hand signed, dated and numbered in pencil

Condition: Excellent

In stock

“I think painting should evolve itself into a type of abstraction, to slowly dissipate into something else” – Peter Doig quoted in “Peter Doig & Chris Ofili: Artists in Conversation”, Bomb Magazine, Fall 2007.

“There could be a hundred paintings in every one painting, depending on when you stop.”

“I sometimes wish I had never had to sell a painting. Every painting you make represents the time it was made and how you were feeling and what your influences were. It represents a stage in your development and in that sense, it is unique. You are never going to feel that way again, so you can never repeat it. Because the paintings represent so much, I do sometimes wish I still had them.”

– Peter Doig quoted in “Peter Doig: A perfectionist in paradise”, Independent, 31 January 2008.

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