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Hunt Slonem, Anaconda II, 1980

Hunt Slonem
$595.00
Hunt Slonem

Anaconda II, 1980

Silkscreen on Arches paper. Hand Signed. Numbered. Dated. Titled. Unframed.
29 3/4 × 21 3/4 in
75.6 × 55.2 cm

Edition 211/250

With tropical animals, worldly sculptures, and vibrant textiles, Hunt Slonem’s early still lifes are filled with treasures that reflect his childhood spent traveling to faraway places. As the son of a Navy officer, Slonem moved every two or three years during his youth, living everywhere from Hawaii to Washington State to Nicaragua. “I would say my whole life could be summed up by the word exotica,” the artist has said. Slonem’s still lifes contain allusions of his various homes, including pineapples, Native American headdresses, and devotional sculptures. Largely created between 1979 and 1981, these still lifes also feature some of Slonem’s earliest depictions of butterflies and birds, now among the artist’s most famous and repeated motifs.

In very good condition other than minor handling/dings around the edges which will frame out

 

Hand-signed by artist, Hand signed, numbered and dated on the recto (front) and titled on the verso (back).

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Hunt Slonem

Anaconda II, 1980

Silkscreen on Arches paper. Hand Signed. Numbered. Dated. Titled. Unframed.
29 3/4 × 21 3/4 in
75.6 × 55.2 cm

Edition 211/250

With tropical animals, worldly sculptures, and vibrant textiles, Hunt Slonem’s early still lifes are filled with treasures that reflect his childhood spent traveling to faraway places. As the son of a Navy officer, Slonem moved every two or three years during his youth, living everywhere from Hawaii to Washington State to Nicaragua. “I would say my whole life could be summed up by the word exotica,” the artist has said. Slonem’s still lifes contain allusions of his various homes, including pineapples, Native American headdresses, and devotional sculptures. Largely created between 1979 and 1981, these still lifes also feature some of Slonem’s earliest depictions of butterflies and birds, now among the artist’s most famous and repeated motifs.

In very good condition other than minor handling/dings around the edges which will frame out

 

Hand-signed by artist, Hand signed, numbered and dated on the recto (front) and titled on the verso (back).

Additional info

Weight: 0.50 LBS
Width: 0.30
Height: 29.75
Depth: 21.75
Max Purchase Qty: 1 unit
Shipping: Calculated at Checkout