Lester Rapaport
Sentinel 3
2016

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Joyous paintings that celebrate the spiritual experience of meditation.
These paintings create a spiritual space of attentive centered openness and stillness that also elicits a peaceful and lyric joy.

In the Grief series, these paintings served as a kind of mourning and created an act of closure. Getting in touch with these emotions also began to allow the artist to make art of an emotional nature that is a response to the darker parts of human nature.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

1947 Born January 7, Brooklyn, New York

1963-67 Hunter College, B. F. A.

1967 William Graff Scholarship for graduate study

1967-69 Hunter Graduate School, M. A. Program

Details

  • Condition
    Excellent
  • Dimensions
    25 in. H x 38 in. W
  • Seller Location
    Brooklyn, NY
  • Reference Number
    LU17221235353
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