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Richard Mclean Jack Magill 1980 Print Lithograph on Arches Archival Paper

Richard Mclean
Jack Magill – 1980
Print – Lithograph on Arches Archival Paper   22” x 30”
Edition: signed in pencil and marked TP

Frame Size 29.25″ x 36.75″
Paper Size 22″ x 30″
Image Size 15″x 18″
The paper is hung on Linen with a hand wrapped Linen Matting. The frame molding is a small square dark gray wood grain.

Richard McLean is one of the most highly regarded American photo-realists. His paintings look like photographs. Even when viewed from close range, their surfaces are so smooth that it is difficult to believe they were done by hand.

McLean introduces a unique psychological perspective into his works by showing the ordinarily animated racehorse in an unconventionally static pose. This choice heightens the viewer’s attention beyond reality to focus on detail, as the great Dutch masters did. McLean expresses great technical mastery to achieve images, which compel the viewer to look at a subject much deeper than the ordinary eye can see. Horses, a common subject of his art, are more than “horses”—they are of course, McLean’s detailed vision of them!

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Richard Mclean Jack Magill 1980 Print Lithograph on Arches Archival Paper

Richard Mclean Jack Magill - 1980 Print - Lithograph on Arches Archival Paper   22'' x 30'' Edition: signed in pencil and marked TP Frame Size 29.25" x 36.75" Paper Size 22" x 30" Image Size 15"x 18" The paper is hung on Linen with a hand wrapped Linen Matting. The frame molding is a small square dark gray wood grain. Richard McLean is one of the most highly regarded American photo-realists. His paintings look like photographs. Even when viewed from close range, their surfaces are so smooth that it is difficult to believe they were done by hand. McLean introduces a unique psychological perspective into his works by showing the ordinarily animated racehorse in an unconventionally static pose. This choice heightens the viewer's attention beyond reality to focus on detail, as the great Dutch masters did. McLean expresses great technical mastery to achieve images, which compel the viewer to look at a subject much deeper than the ordinary eye can see. Horses, a common subject of his art, are more than "horses"---they are of course, McLean's detailed vision of them!

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