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James Lee Hansen (American)
James Hansen used art to explore good and evil, love and hate, faith and fear. Taking inspiration from ancient religious traditions and symbolism, he created charismatic and often playful images—but images that were nonetheless very focused on the theme he was exploring in the work.
With an oeuvre that was substantially diminished when his works, held in storage after his death, were destroyed by water, works by Hansen are now quite scarce.
Intaglio print from a color etching and aquatint with hand coloring.
James Stroud at the Center Street Studio, Milton, Mass.
Signed and dated by the artist in pencil, en recto lower center, and with the publisher’s blind emboss en recto lower left.
Impression number 7 out of the edition of 30 (but note that the publisher reports the edition as 25).
Custom matted and framed in clear-finished maple behind 99% UV-filtering Plexiglass using strictly conservation-grade materials.
Excellent condition, without damage or flaw; impression bright, crisp, and clear.
25.5 in. (h) x 23.5 in. (w)
32.75 in. (h) x 25.5 in. (w)
26 in. (h) x 20 in. (w)
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