Lot 181: ROBERT DASH (1934-2013) SIGNED ARTISTS PROOF

Charleston Estate Auctions

October 23, 2016, 1:00 PM EST
Mr. Pleasant, SC, US
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Description: Signed Robert Dash (American 1934-2013) Untitled Artists Proof Lithograph Country Road. Done in 1982 and signed in pencil by the artist. Measures 27 x 22 inches. Wt. 6 pds. In protective frame 24x36. Published by Hampton Editions. Hampton Editions had collaborative publishing ventures included artists such as Robert Dash, Syd Solomon, Esteban Vicente, Willem de Kooning, Elaine de Kooning, Dan Flavin, Bill King, and Jane Freilicher. This is the final group of A/P and signed Lithos from this collection. PROVENANCE: A Private Southampton, NY Collection. Born in downtown Manhattan in 1934 Robert Dash was home schooled for most of his young life due to ongoing illnesses. He never formally studied painting yet he developed a strong interest in the abstract expressionists, particularly De Kooning, in college. He attended the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, in part to escape the city. After college he spent a year in Italy and upon returning to New York City worked for Arts and then Art News, while painting at night. He had his first show in 1960. Since then, he has painted, written and gardened near Sagg Pond on eastern Long Island, at residence among the changeable celebration of plantings, paths, views and architectural expressions of Madoo, a much-admired garden conservatory of his own making. A longtime Hamptons resident, Dash’s works have been exhibited in one-man exhibitions in Holland, England, and Germany as well as numerous major American art galleries. He also participated in many group exhibitions including the Museum of Modern Art, Yale University and the Fine Arts Gallery University of Missouri. His works are also featured in museum collections including the Modern Art Museum, Munich; Guggenheim Museum; Boston Museum of Fine Arts; Philadelphia Museum of Fine Arts; and the Corcoran Gallery
Condition Report: good, toning to back
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