Since the 1990s, Nicole Eisenman (b. 1965) has carved out a place as a central figure in American painting, with a characteristic style that shifts between abstraction and figurative depictions of social environments. She makes use of art historical references, playfully reinvigorating elements from the Renaissance, Baroque and social realism, as well as German expressionism, linking these to the present in a highly astute and distinctive idiom. Although best known for her paintings, a broad selection of which appear in Giant Without a Body, Eisenman has in recent years begun to incorporate sculpture into her practice.
Poster Nicole Eisenman – The Drawing Class
Nicole Eisenman, The Drawing Class, 2011
© Astrup Fearnley Museet
Courtesy of the artist and The Art Institute of Chicago
Size: 50 x 70 cm
80 in stock