2 piece(s) in the gallery
Claes Oldenburg, predominantly recognized for his large-scale public sculptures of everyday objects, in collaboration with his late wife, Coosje van Bruggen, quickly became a leading figure of the Pop Art movement in the early 1960s. Their colossal urban monuments are spread throughout the world, from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Cologne, Germany, and beyond.
"Wrist Watch Rising", edition of 125, was part of Oldenburg's 1995 "Works on Paper" exhibition. This woodcut was produced in four colors on textured, beige Korean Kozo paper and is signed and numbered in graphite. "Cherry", edition of 100, was part of Oldenburg's 1992 "In the Studio" exhibition. It is printed in three colors on textured, cream Okawara paper and is signed and numbered in graphite.
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