Jonas Wood

Untitled (#VII), 2010

Lithographic Monoprint - Unique
Signed lower left
44 x 35 inches (117.6 x 88.9 cm.)
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Provenance:
Private Collection
Location:
Los Angeles
Asking price:
$65,000

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More information about this artwork

Jonas Wood is a Los Angeles based artist highly appraised for his fresh and quasi-abstract compositions featuring portraits, still life, landscapes and interior scenes. His use of geometry, pattern and color breaks down the picture in different two-dimensional layers, generating an illusion of depth and an abstract perspective at the heart of his characteristic aesthetic. Jonas Wood embraces a very intimate subject matter, creating artworks based on items, experiences and environments composing his everyday personal life. Wood is admired for capturing the beauty in the ordinary.

This still life lithographic monoprint featuring a potted plant, belongs to his famous Pots series. Depicted using simple shapes and lines in a palette of blacks, greys and whites, the overall space of the composition is flattened to emphasize the primitive scene portrayed in the vase. Jonas Wood’s aesthetic has been compared several times to the dream-like atmosphere of David Hockney's paintings

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