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Wrestlers II

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Sinnott is well known for his complex figurative compositions. He often deals with the human figure in a context. Although the same fluid brushstrokes can be seen in the background and in the figures, the two wrestling men can be distinguished by a lighter touch and a slight variation in the use of paint. The underpainting, in places, appears through the upper layers, accentuating the sense of speed in the painting process.

The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology

Oxford


Date

1989

Medium

oil on cardboard on plywood

Measurements

H 18.8 x W 18.5 cm

Accession number

WA2002.69

Acquisition method

Presented anonymously through the Art Fund, 2002

Work type

Painting


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