[too many words in that press release. it really comes down to tricking stupid rich people to buy paintings of the bloated bourgeoisie, which is pretty funny. i hope the artist understands the good joke and doesn’t let it get bogged down by Western theory.]
Kees Van Dongen (Dutch, 1877-1968), Cannes, le Mont Chevalier, 1956. Oil on canvas, 33.4 x 46.2 cm.
Max Ernst (German-French, 1891-1976), Untitled, 1925. Frottage, black crayon, pencil and gouache on paper, 43.2 x 25.9 cm.
Maurice de Vlaminck (French, 1876-1958), Le Lac (Ferme sur la route) [The Lake (Farm on the road)], c.1925. Oil on canvas, 66.2 x 82.1 cm.