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leslie sacks – the etching

Art | October 10, 2010 |

David Hockney, Rue de Seine 1971, 35 x 28 inches

THE ETCHING
Opening Saturday, October 9, 2010
continuing through Monday, November 8, 2010

 
BAECHLER – DESMAZIERES – DIEBENKORN – DINE – FRANCIS – GIACOMETTI – HOCKNEY – JOHNS – LEWITT – MARINI – MATISSE – MOORE – MOTHERWELL – PICASSO – REMBRANDT – RUSCHA – SCULLY – SERRA – THIEBAUD
 
Etchings provide an intimacy and immediacy we do not find in any other graphic medium. Drawings come close yet do not compare for the remarkable exactitude, the refined  detail and poetic depth that etchings alone allow the artist to create. There is no other process so irreversible in spontaneity. And if draftsmanship is the quintessential criteria for determining the ultimate greatness of an artist, the etching is the quintessential window through which that greatness may be viewed. Leslie SACKS
 
Leslie Sacks Fine Art
11640 San Vicente Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
United States
(310) 820-9448
gallery@lesliesacks.com
www.lesliesacks.com

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