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Michael Raedecker combines the traditions of Dutch landscape painting and abstract picture making, the imagery of Modernist architecture and the materials of fashion and furnishings in his spare evocations of uninhabited landscapes. This essentially empty canvas contains areas of detail suggesting indistinct landscape features or architectural elements, registered in painting and a combination of threads or yarns, applied in linear gestures, closely embroidered or hanging in loose strands.
acrylic & thread on linen
H 142.5 x W 183 cm
purchased from The Approach, 1998
Mixed media & collage
top horizontal stretcher bar: - LUCAS ACRYL PRIMED LINEN - ACRYLIC & thread on linen -; at top of all three vertical stretcher bars (single arrow pointing upwards); across central horizontal stretcher bar: MICHAEL RADEDECKER - 56" X 72" (142,5 x 183 CM) - 1998 - "monument" -; central stretcher bar: 2981 - 1 x 2 Michael Raedecker 56" x 72"