Charles Hinman is famous for blurring the distinction between painting and sculpture. This work is of course two-dimensional, but he creates the impression of three-dimensionality through line and planes of solid black.
This silkscreen has an extraordinary luminosity and a rich, velvety look. It is a contemporary work, not even ten years old.
This work was printed in a very limited edition of six, preceded by two printer’s proofs and two artist’s proofs. This work is one of the two printer’s proofs.
Monochrome serigraph (silkscreen).
380 gram Smooth, made by the venerable paper-makers Fabriano.
Hand-signed and dated in pencil by the artist en recto lower right. Numbered in pencil en recto lower left.
This is the second of only two printer’s proofs made before the edition of six.
Unframed. Framing is available with little delay and at discounted cost.
Excellent condition, without damage or flaw; paint is bright, crisp, and clear.
36 in. (h) x 28 in. (w)