RICHARD BOSMAN “Mutiny” Color Woodcut Circa 1980 - Signed
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SOLD Circa 1980, “Mutiny” by Richard Bosman is a dramatic woodcut print that depicts a captain being assassinated from behind with a revolver. Only the hand holding the gun can be seen against the dark sky over calm seas, adding a layer of mystery. Number #25/30 from this same edition belongs to the collection at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Numbered #26/30, pencil signed by artist.
About the Artist:
Richard Bosman (1944-) is an Australian-American artist who is known for his painting and prints that he creates in the Hudson Valley of New York. His themes often relate to adventure, disaster, crime, and rural America. His style is associated with the late 1970s-early 1980s Neo-Expressionist movement.
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Very good condition.
30.5"W x 22.5"H