Details:

This still life painting creates and distorts illusionistic space while exploring the intersection of image, material and technique. Fruits are constructed from optically charged fields of dots, while the composition is divided into rectilinear areas that could be shelves, niches, rooms or flat walls.
Unframed
Signed

① Artwork:

Untitled

This still life painting creates and distorts illusionistic space while exploring the intersection of image, material and technique. Fruits are constructed from optically charged fields of dots, while the composition is divided into rectilinear areas that could be shelves, niches, rooms or flat walls. This painting features the artist’s signature technique: a mixture of pointillist buildup and broad, waxy brushstrokes. Anderson's work draws from varied influences—including vintage commercial magazine illustration, trompe l’oeil effect and the pattern and decoration movement of the '70s and '80s—to create a unique aesthetic that is both visually complex and intellectually rewarding.

Specs:

19 inches
26 inches

③ Artist:

Graham Anderson

Graham Anderson’s paintings create and distort illusionistic space as they explore the intersection of image, material and technique. The artist’s signature technique combines pointillist buildup and broad, waxy brushstrokes—while also incorporating diverse influences, ranging from vintage commercial magazines to trompe l’oeil paintings. Anderson frequently divides his compositions into rectilinear areas that could be shelves or flat walls, filling these spaces with fruits and silhouetted bodies constructed from optically charged fields of dots.

Graham Anderson:
Untitled, 2021
Oil and acrylic on canvas
26.0 × 19.0 inches /