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Clay Huffman nicknamed this work “Whitlow’s,” after the Arlington, Virginia, diner (which still operates today), when it announced that it would be closing to reopen in a new location. Huffman drew his inspirations on “those places we pass each day and take little notice of”. Prior to beginning any silkscreen project, Huffman would make several trips to the location to capture the essence and mood of the place from various perspectives and times of day, developing a personal relationship with the site; it is this subjective insight that Huffman so successfully translated and conveyed through his work.

Huffman’s background as an architecture student is clear in this realist work.

With the heavy inking, glossiness, and luminosity of the silkscreen technique pioneered by mid-Century New York artist Clayton Pond.

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Condition

Excellent Condition

Date

Type

Modern Print-Makers, Washington Artists

Framing

Medium

Print, Serigraph in Colors

Details

Medium:
Serigraph (silkscreen) in 30 colors on white wove paper.
Date:
1989
Signature:
Signed by the artist, in pencil, en recto lower right, with date. Editioned, in pencil, en recto lower left. Titled, in pencil, en recto lower center.
Edition:
This is the 47th impression out of the edition of 200.
Framing:
This silkscreen is not framed. However, professional framing is available at discounted cost with little delay. Please contact us if you wish to have the work framed before delivery.
Condition:
Excellent condition. Well-inked, crisp edges, no handling damage. Frame is scratched.
Framed Size:
18.25 in. (h) x 24.25 in. (w)
Image Size:
12 in. (h) x 17 in. (w)

Price & Purchase

Price:
$600