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The Summer Survey

New York

The Summer Survey
to Mon 7 Sep 2020
Mon-Fri 10am-6pm

Chuang Che | Michael Dunbar | Dimitry Gerrman | Mary Sipp Green | Hugo Grenville | Ronnie Landfield | Michael Allen Lowe | Thomas Rouxeville | Henrik Simonsen

Findlay Galleries presents an exhibition of contemporary artists displaying a wide breadth of formats, mediums, and styles. From Mary Sipp Green’s serene and vibrant landscapes to Ronnie Landfield’s expressive color field abstractions, from Michael Dunbar’s meticulous sculptures to Dimitry Gerrman’s emotion-filled bronzes and marble works; this carefully selected and diverse group is sure to include the perfect work of art for your collection.

Artworks


After Van Dyke,
Oil on canvas
57 x 36 in.
FG© 130510

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A Visitatio,
Oil on canvas
48 x 32 3/4 in.
FG© 131598

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Hylas in the Depths,
Oil on canvas
68 x 47 3/4 in.
FG© 131604

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Hemlock II,
Oil on canvas
39 5/16 x 39 5/16 in.
FG© 136741

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House of Cards, 1/7,
Bronze on granite base
22 x 12 x 9 in.
FG© 136610

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Emerald King,
Acrylic on canvas
59 1/2 x 35 in.
FG© 137726

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The Thames from Richmond Hill,
Oil on canvas
42 x 60 in.
FG© 137944

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Dusk to Dawn,
Acrylic on canvas
91 x 73 in.
FG© 138385

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Dark Grey and Colours,
Oil and graphite on canvas
51. 3/16 x 43 5/16 in.
FG© 138450

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Meadow on the North Shore,
Oil on linen
40 x 48 in.
FG© 138584

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Menemsha,
Oil on linen
30 x 64 in.
FG© 138585

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Les Agents Provocateur,
Oil on canvas
54 x 40 in.
FG© 138619

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Icarus and the Bathers,
Oil on canvas
42 x 54 in.
FG© 138620

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Late Apples,
Bronze
28 x 14 x 6 in.
FG© 138643

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Golden Shape,
Oil and gold pigment on canvas
59 1/16 x 47 1/4 in.
FG© 139505

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The Orange Book,
Oil on canvas
54 x 48 in.
FG© 139588

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Grand Aigrette,
Acrylic on canvas
63 3/4 x 44 7/8 in.
FG© 139613

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Chouette Blanche,
Acrylic on canvas
63 3/4 x 44 7/8 in.
FG© 139614

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Flamant Rose,
Acrylic on canvas
63 3/4 x 44 7/8 in.
FG© 139616

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Emerald Clearing,
Acrylic on canvas
59 1/2 x 35 in.
FG© 137726

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Untitled A7276,
Acrylic on canvas
49 x 38 in.
FG© 207276

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Untitled 7292,
Oil and acrylic on canvas
24 x 36 in.
FG© 207292

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Untitled A7277,
Acrylic on canvas
47 x 40 in.
FG© 207277

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A7185,
Oil and acrylic on canvas
65 3/4 x49 5/8 in.
FG© 207185

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Telecaster,
Fabricated & machined bronze
18 x 16 x 20 in.
FG© 138228

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Henrik Simonsen
Born in the Danish countryside in 1974, Henrik Simonsen is a contemporary artist with a unique style. In his work, hand drawing and brilliant colors imbue the viewer with a surreal vision of the landscape. Inspired by traditional Scandinavian art and design, his paintings echo nature with bold shapes and vivid color. Simonsen states, “I prefer to keep the drawing that I later abandoned, changed or worked over as a part of the finished piece…gives the painting a feel of having occupied a period in time…the layers allow the history of creation to be visible rather than reducing the piece to just an impenetrable surface.” His work has caught the eye of the international art world and has been exhibited widely across Europe and the USA.

Michael Dunbar
Concepts of time, distance, and space run concurrently throughout Michael Dunbar’s body of work. These concepts take a formal expression through the meticulous precision and connection of arcs, planes, and beams. In describing the joy he receives from the perfection of his sculptural elements, Dunbar says, “I take great pleasure in achieving joints of such precision that you can’t get dental floss through them.” This statement exemplifies his approach to his work, which manifests a combination of mathematical relationships and mechanical exactness. His work does not display fluidity of form or impulsive emotion; it is the result of well-thought-out three-dimensional drawings and carefully calibrated maquettes that reflect the artist’s machine-age sensibility. His forms are balanced to imply a sense of movement – as if they are at rest, waiting to be turned on or caught and frozen during action. He is particular in his creative process and precise in execution, therefore allowing his meticulous design to exhibit a mechanical resonance that has an effect beyond the viewer’s immediate reaction. Although his works are carefully calibrated, the artist does not eliminate imagination, animation, or aesthetics, rather Dunbar incorporates them in his industrial bent.

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