Lot 68

William SANDY

Sans titre - 1999

Acrylique sur toile

H: 40.0 x L: 45.0 cm

Estimate : 300 € - 500 €

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William SANDY

Sans titre - 1999

Acrylique sur toile

H: 40.0 x L: 45.0 cm

Estimate : 300 € - 500 €

Origin :

Groupe Pitjantjatjarra - Papunya – Désert Central


SANDY William (1944)

William est né en 1944 dans le bush. Son style très personnel et très minutieux, ainsi que l’emploi d’une gamme très limitée de couleurs (il est resté fidèle aux couleurs traditionnelles, les ocres, rouges, blancs, noirs, exceptionnellement le rose) rendent ses toiles identifiables du premier regard et ont contribué à faire de William l’un des artistes les plus connus.
Il a commencé à peindre seul, en 1975, en observant les autres artistes. A partir du début des années 80, il peint régulièrement et en 1985, il remporte le « Northern territory Art Award », un prix artistique important. A partir de là il enchaîne les participations à de belles expositions. William Sandy est l’un des premiers à traiter ses œuvres dans un style linéaire qu’affectionnent particulièrement les artistes contemporains pintupi donnant un aspect quasi abstrait.

Collections:
Holmes à Court Coll,
Flinders University Art Coll,
Donald Kahn Collection (Miami, USA),
Broken Art Gallery,
Woloogong City Art Gallery,
Oxford University (GB),
Museum and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory,
Fondation Kelton (USA),
Araluen Art Centre,...


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