JAMES ROSENQUIST

Rosenquist "Sunglass Lens"

Rosenquist "Sunglass Lens"

James Rosenquist "Sunglass Lens - Landing Net - Triangle" Original Lithograph, c. 1974 Catalog #80 Sheet Size: 19 1/2" x 35 1/4" Ed. 11/80 Signed, numbered, and dated in lower margin Ref. 2151 Retail: $4,250

Rosenquist "Night Smoke"

Rosenquist "Night Smoke"

James Rosenquist "Night Smoke" Lithograph in colors on British A. Milbourn paper, c. 1969-70 Sheet Size: 22 3/4' x 31 1/4" AP 2/4 (aside from edition of 18) Signed, numbered, dated, and titled in pencil in lower margin, with publisher blind stamp Published by ULAE, West Islip, New York Literature: Glenn 25 Ref. #2158 Retail: $6,750

Rosenquist "Night Transitions"

Rosenquist "Night Transitions"

James Rosenquist "Night Transitions" 12 color lithograph on Arches, c. 1985 Catalog #204 Sheet Size: 47" x 30" Printers Proof 2/4 - full edition of 35 with 7 AP Signed, numbered, dated, and titled in lower margin Ref. #2153 Retail: $14,500

Rosenquist "Woman in the Sun "

Rosenquist "Woman in the Sun "

James Rosenquist "Woman in the Sun" 15 color lithograph from aluminum plate on mould-made paper, white Rives BFK, c.1991 Catalog # 225 Sheet Size: 33" x 42 1/2" Ed. 52/60 Signed, numbered, dated, and titled in lower margin, with publisher's blind stamp Ref. #2154 Retail: $11,500

Rosenquist "1,2,3 Outside"

Rosenquist "1,2,3 Outside"

James Rosenquist "1-2-3 Outside" Lithograph with embossing in colors on wove paper, 1972 Sheet Size: 40 1/3" x 30 1/2" Impression 33 of 70 Signed, numbered, dated, and titled in pencil in lower margin, publisher blind stamp Printed by artist and Maurice Sanchez Ref.# 2123 $4,950

Rosenquist "Flower Garden"

Rosenquist "Flower Garden"

James Rosenquist "Flower Garden" Lithograph in colors on Hodgkin handmade paper, 1972 Sheet Size: 30 1/2" x 36 1/4" Signed, numbered, dated, and titled in lower margin Published by Petersburg Press, London; Printed by the artist and Maurice Sanchez Ref. #2124 $5,500

Rosenquist "Orange 2nd State"

Rosenquist "Orange 2nd State"

James Rosenquist "Orange, 2nd State" Color etching, aquatint with pochoir, on Pascia Italia, 1978 Signed in pencil in lower margin Ed. 54/78 Sheet Size: 22 1/2" x 39 7/8" Workshop: Flatstone Studion, Printer: Patrik Lindhardt, Published by Multiples, Inc. REF. #2091 $4,950

Rosenquist "Black Star"

Rosenquist "Black Star"

James Rosenquist "Orange, 2nd State" Color etching, aquatint with pochoir, on Pascia Italia, 1978 Signed in pencil in lower margin Ed. 57/78 Sheet Size: 22 1/2" x 39 7/8" Workshop: Flatstone Studion, Printer: Patrik Lindhardt, Published by Multiples, Inc. REF. #2084 $5,500

Rosenquist "Star Pointer"

Rosenquist "Star Pointer"

James Rosenquist "Star Pointer" Gemini G.E.I., 43.1 Lithograph in colors, die-cut, and collage on arches paper, 1977 Signed in pencil in lower margin Ed. AP 5/11 aside from edition of 42 Sheet Size: 22 1/8" x 44 1/4" REF. #2040 $6,500

JAMES ROSENQUIST

James Rosenquist, born in 1933 in Grand Forks, North Dakota, is one of the most important American artists of our time. In 1955 Rosenquist left the Midwest for New York City, where he received his artistic training at the Art Students League amidst the popularity of Abstract Expressionism and artists such as Willem de Kooning. His artistic education led to a brief, but significant, career as a billboard painter, where he spent his days perched on scaffolding high above Times Square.

In the 1960’s Rosenquist transformed the visual language of commercial painting onto his canvases, filling his large-scale pictures with fragmented advertising imagery in bright Day-Glo colors. Rosenquist’s paintings of this era, such as the iconic F-111 (1965) in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, are pictorial critiques of contemporary American culture and he is considered a pioneer of the Pop Art movement along with fellow artists Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein. Rosenquist’s paintings since the 1970’s have retained his trademark aesthetic and focus primarily on geo-political, existential and environmental themes.

The work of James Rosenquist is represented in major private and public collections worldwide, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art and the Tate Modern in London. Aside from his many gallery and museum exhibitions, James Rosenquist has had more than fifteen retrospectives, with two at the Whitney Museum of American Art. In 2003-2004 the Guggenheim Museum organized a retrospective that traveled to Houston, New York, Bilbao and Wolfsburg. His 2009 autobiography Painting Below Zero: Notes on a Life in Art is a best-seller.

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