Robert Longo

Rosette Nebula

Robert Longo

Rosette Nebula

Price: $14,000.00

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Details

Technique:
Pigment Print
Year:
2014
Edition Size:
25
Dimensions:
151.9 x 89.0 cm (59.9 x 35.0 in)
Signature:
Signed and numbered

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About the Artwork

Like an Old Master draftsman, Longo achieves an extremely emotional range through his use of chiaroscuro. His Photorealist drawings are based on images borrowed from the world around him, being media containing a political and social statement, or nature and mysteries.

"I think I make art for brave eyes. I don't want to make art that will pat you on the back and tell you everything is going to be okay. I want to make something that's much more confronting. You don't look at it, it looks at you as much as you look at it."

Robert Longo

"Rosetta Nebula" is a singular portrait of emotional and physical forces, which drive the viewer to freeze in front of the beauty of nature and its ungraspable manifestations. The beautiful petal-like formation of clouds of gas and dust that give the Rosette Nebula its name take center stage in this amazing image. The nebula is located about 5,000 light years from Earth and reminds the viewer of the immensity of the universe and the human being´s position in it.

About the Artist

Weng Contemporary Longo Signature

Robert Longo (born 1953, in Brooklyn, New York) had a childhood fascination with mass media: movies, television, magazines and comic books, which continue to deeply influence his art. One of the quintessential artists of the 1980s, Longo is perhaps best known for the writhing, dancing figures in his iconic Men in the Cities series.

About the printing Technique

Weng Contemporary Pigment

The term "pigment print" is used generally for any type of printed image that uses strictly pigments. Pigments can be either on a mineral basis or they can be an artificial product. The image stability of pigment printing is superior to that of any other method of printing.