Details:

This work explores the way pigment and paper are manipulated in the printmaking process; it was printed à la poupée—a printmaking technique that uses a doll-shaped bundle of fabric or cloth to apply color to different areas of a single plate.
Framed: 15.0 x 43.5 x 2.5 in.
Edition of 15
Signed

① Artwork:

Triumph of Night

This work explores the way pigment and paper are manipulated in the printmaking process. Part of an edition of 15 prints made on pigmented paper, this work is printed à la poupée—a printmaking technique that uses a doll-shaped bundle of fabric or cloth to apply color to different areas of a single plate. Triumph of Night is a framed composition of handmade paper with incised and relief woodblock.

Tuttle is an artist whose work is about art, investigating the physical and psychic space between an individual artwork and the viewer. Richard Tuttle has worked in ULAE's studios for over 20 years. The artist approaches every project with an inventive nature, frequently combining processes, materials and techniques.

Specs:

42 inches
14 inches
with frame
43.5 inches
15 inches

③ Artist:

Richard Tuttle

Tuttle is an artist whose work is about the experience of creating and looking at art. The artist's work investigates the physical and psychic space between an individual artwork and the viewer. Tuttle's work, internationally renowned and held in museum collections around the world, holds a unique place in art history as it is more formally complex than most of the minimalist canon yet missing the aesthetic of formalist art.

Richard Tuttle:
Triumph of Night, 2010
Handmade paper with incised and relief wood block, à la poupée, pigmented paper
14.0 × 42.0 inches /
Richard Tuttle:
Triumph of Night, 2010
Handmade paper with incised and relief wood block, à la poupée, pigmented paper
14.0 × 42.0 inches /