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What I discovered in Greenwich Park by Michele Zalopany

What I discovered in Greenwich Park by Michele Zalopany

Petersburg Press



Edition Size: Unique

Sheet Size: 42.5 x 29.5 inches


Condition: Pristine

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Monotype on white paper. Signed by the artist and dated 1990 lower right in pencil. Annotated 1B lower right in pencil.

This large scale landscape monotype in black and brown features a scene from London’s Greenwich Park, a former hunting park established in the 15th century that is now one of the largest single green spaces in London. Tree foliage blooms upward, meeting dramatic clouds over a brush-lined walking path. The translucency of the ink is showcased by the artist’s loose, painterly brush strokes and gestural highlights, which create rich layers of texture.


The Artist

Michele Zalopany

Born in 1955 in Detroit Michigan, Michele Zalopany is a contemporary American artist best known for her large-scale watercolor and pastel paintings based on photographs found in digital picture collections, old books, and flea markets, etc. Found photographs and film screen shots that had originally served other purposes — family snapshots, police photos, real estate, travel documentation — when rendered, directly from the image, with traditional art materials, take on additional meanings, such as socio-psychological-political content.

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