The texts were contributed by friends and collaborators. Draws a close portrait of the artist; in three art- historical essays. Writes on the Palazzo Chupi, the artist's dream of a Venetian palace in New York's West Village; while novelist. This fittingly oversized edition allows you to study the surfaces and the many painterly incidents and thus offers the most generous opportunity to experience Schnabel's art outside of meeting it in person. This art edition, copies no.
36-135 of the book, comes with an exclusive signed 11- colour archival pigment print by Julian Schnabel. The motif continues his series of map drawings, which he started in the early 1980s and has continued until today engaging with this objective way of depicting the earth in a completely intuitive way. Here Schnabel has painted over a map of the world, its western and eastern hemispheres on a print from 1795 following the French cartographer Jean-Baptiste d'Anville, originally published as a copperplate engraving in Vienna in 1795.
In his treatment of the map, Schnabel opens a dialog with the past and speaks to his own unending sense of discovery. 36-135, numbered and signed by Julian Schnabel, with the original artwork.
2020, signed by the artist. Hardcover in clamshell box, 33 x 44 cm, 7.83 kg (17.23 lb), 570 pages, numbered and signed by Julian Schnabel; with an original artwork,'The Fall of Tyll', 2020, edition of 100, 11-colour archival pigment print on 310g cotton paper, 135 x 97 cm, signed by the artist. 2 items in 2 separate boxes: Print - 9.8kg 147cm x 112cm x 4cm Book - 13.97kg 63cm x 54cm 14cm. This item is in the category "Art\Art Prints".The seller is "carloricci" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.