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Warm Slide, Cold Slide (1981)

PHILIP MULLEN (1942-)

Two monotypes; signed lower right and inscribed with title
Newly-framed in polished aluminium as pictured

83.5cm x 73cm in the frame

SOLD

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Two monotypes: Warm Slide, edition of 10; Cold Slide, edition of 9 signed lower right “Mullen” and inscribed with title.

Good for a bathroom, either side of hot and cold taps.

Renowned South Carolinian Philip Mullen is described as an ‘artist’s artist’, the range of whose work – from interior still lives: vases of flowers, arrays of boxes, the artist’s studio, to exterior scenes: European villas, ponds of Koi fish, inviting porches and markets as well as works of delicate, hypnotic abstraction – celebrates the varied richness of the visual world.

The Distinguished professor emeritus of art at University of South Carolina, Mullen has had his work featured in any number prestigious exhibitions, among them the Biennial of Contemporary Art; the Whitney Museum, New York; New York’s Solomon Guggenheim Museum; the Biennial of Painting and Sculpture; the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; the National Drawing Exhibition; the San Francisco Museum of Art, 21st National Print Exhibition; The Brooklyn Museum; a 35-Year Retrospective, McKissick Museum, Columbia (1995); and a Permanent Solo Exhibition, Koger Center for the Arts, Columbia.

His work is held in the permanent collections of – among others – the Smithsonian Institute, The Guggenheim Museum, the Brooklyn Museum, the Denver Art Museum, the Mint Museum, and the Columbia Museum of Art.