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Richard Phillips

Miss Parkett, 2004

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5-color lithograph on
Somerset white paper,
paper size: 26 x 20 3/16” (66 x 51,3 cm),
image size: 21 1/4 x 16 1/16” (54 x 40,8 cm),
printed by Maurice Sanchez, Derrière l’Etoile Studio, New York,
Ed. 70/XXVI, signed and numbered

There once was a lady of fashion who posed for an artist so dashing, that they both took the leap and jumped into the deep of a journal we all know is splashing.


“Whatever the case, it is better NOT to see these pictures in reproduction, but to see the originals, live and physical, no matter how much they pretend to be infinitely reproductible. It is best to see them the way they claim they do not want to be seen: face-to-face. Because only then can one sense the special nature of the change and the prolonged sessions during which the artist appropriates this painting.” Jutta Koether Parkett No. 71, 2004

$ 1,900.00


“In this five-color lithograph by Richard Phillips, a seductress peers over her tattooed shoulder to meet the eye of the viewer. While elements of Phillips’s celebrated hyperrealist style are evinced here—the cover girl’s and model’s eyes, face, and hair are convincingly portrayed—Miss Parkett is also desirable on account of its playfulness, cropped composition, and vintage feel.” - Artspace