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Painter, Photographer, b. 1940 - d. 2021

Charles Thomas Close (July 5, 1940 – August 19, 2021) was an American painter, visual artist, and photographer. He made massive-scale photorealist and abstract portraits of himself and others, which hang in collections internationally. Close also created photo portraits using a very large format camera. He adapted his painting style and working methods in 1988, after being paralyzed by an occlusion of the anterior spinal artery. He died on August 19, 2021.

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            • Chuck Close - Large Phil Fingerprint - 1981 Offset Lithograph 38.5" x 26"
              Jul. 18, 2024

              Chuck Close - Large Phil Fingerprint - 1981 Offset Lithograph 38.5" x 26"

              Est: $325 - $400

              "Large Phil Fingerprint" by Chuck Close, 1981 Unsigned Offset Lithograph. Paper size is 38.5 x 26 inches, with an image size of 31 x 26 inches. The Offset Lithograph is from an edition size of 2000 and is not framed. The condition was rated A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Additional details: First edition exhibition poster for Chuck Close's "Close Portraits" show held at the Whitney Museum of American Art from April 14 - June 21, 1981.

              DUMBO Auctions
            • Chuck Close (American, 1940-2021) Philip, 1991
              Jul. 18, 2024

              Chuck Close (American, 1940-2021) Philip, 1991

              Est: $2,000 - $3,000

              Chuck Close (American, 1940-2021) Philip, 1991 archival pigment print signed, titled, dated, and dedicated to Philip Pearlstein 'For Philip, Love Chuck 1991' in ink Sheet: 33 1/2 x 22 inches. The Estate of Philip Pearlstein

              Hindman
            • Chuck Close Prints: Process and Collaboration Softcover Book
              Jul. 14, 2024

              Chuck Close Prints: Process and Collaboration Softcover Book

              Est: $10 - $200

              Chuck Close Prints: Process and Collaboration is a softcover book that includes essays on the artist's career and in-depth interviews with Close and his master printmakers. By Terry Sultan with an essay by Richard Shiff. Publisher: Princeton University Press, 2003. ISBN: 978-0691115771. Artist: Chuck Close (American 1940-2021) Issued: 2014 Dimensions: 9.25"L x 0.50"W x 12.50"H Country of Origin: United States

              Lion and Unicorn
            • Chuck CLOSE (1940-2021) American
              Jun. 28, 2024

              Chuck CLOSE (1940-2021) American

              Est: $15,000 - $30,000

              Chuck CLOSE (1940-2021) ; Nude male ; 1960 ; oil on canvas / framed ; dimensions 117 x 94 cm (46 x 37 in.) ; signed and dated upper right corner ; Shipping to USA - DHL $835 , National post with tracking service $525 / Shipping to EU, Middle Assia - DHL $645 , National post with tracking service $475

              Art-Torg
            • Chuck Close, 1940-2021, Self Portrait
              Jun. 26, 2024

              Chuck Close, 1940-2021, Self Portrait

              Est: CHF4,000 - CHF6,000

              31/99. Signed lower center: Chuck Close. Dated lower right: 1999. Editor: Edition Schellmann, München & New York. (Frame).

              Germann Auction House Ltd
            • Chuck Close - Self Portrait - 2007 Serigraph - SIGNED 38" x 30"
              Jun. 25, 2024

              Chuck Close - Self Portrait - 2007 Serigraph - SIGNED 38" x 30"

              Est: $15,000 - $18,000

              "Self Portrait" by Chuck Close, 2007 Signed Serigraph. Paper size is 38 x 30 inches, with an image size of 29.75 x 23.5 inches. The Serigraph is from an edition size of 118 and is not framed. The condition was rated A: Mint. Additional details: This is a signed and numbered self-portrait screenprint by Chuck Close, created to benefit the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York. The artwork is a lithograph and screenprint in colors on Somerset paper, featuring full margins. This edition is limited to 118 prints, with an additional 18 artist's proofs. The piece is unframed.

              DUMBO Auctions
            • Chuck Close, 1940-2021, Self-Portrait (for Parkett No. 60)
              Jun. 25, 2024

              Chuck Close, 1940-2021, Self-Portrait (for Parkett No. 60)

              Est: CHF500 - CHF800

              20/70. Signed and dated. Printer: Adamson Editions, Washington D.C.: Publisher: Parkett, Zurich.

              Germann Auction House Ltd
            • CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021)
              Jun. 19, 2024

              CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021)

              Est: €300 - €400

              CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021) Torso Diptych, 2000 Epreuve photographique Signée en bas vers le milieu, datée en bas à droite et numérotée 57/75 en bas à gauche 46 x 61 cm Photograph Signed lower middle, dated lower right and numbered 57/75 lower left 18 1 /8 x 24 in.

              HVMC - Hôtel des Ventes de Monte-Carlo
            • CHUCK CLOSE Phil (Spiral).
              Jun. 06, 2024

              CHUCK CLOSE Phil (Spiral).

              Est: $7,000 - $10,000

              CHUCK CLOSE Phil (Spiral). Etching on Arches Cover Cream, 2014. 390x300 mm; 15⅜x11¾ inches, full margins. Signed, dated, numbered 48/50, and dedicated in pencil, lower margin. Printed and published by Magnolia Editions, Oakland, California with the blind stamp lower right. A very good impression. This etching is a portrait of composer Philip Glass interpreted by Close (1940-2021) through the lens of the 17th century engraving, The Sudarium, or The Veil of St. Veronica by Claude Mellan. Mellan's use of a single engraved line inspired Close, who was an avid collector of Old Master prints and owned an impression of The Sudarium, to undertake the same feat with contemporary printing techniques at Magnolia Editions alongside master printer Nicholas Price.

              Swann Auction Galleries
            • CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021)
              Jun. 01, 2024

              CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021)

              Est: $50,000 - $70,000

              CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021) Self-Portrait screenprint in colors, on Saunders Waterford paper, 2000, signed and dated in pencil, numbered 40/80 (there were also fifteen artist's proofs), published by Pace Editions, Inc., New York, with full margins, in very good condition, framed Image: 58 ½ x 48 in. (1485 x 1219 mm.) Sheet: 65 ½ x 54 ¼ in. (1664 x 1378 mm.)

              Joshua Kodner
            • Chuck Close - Phil - 1976 Offset Lithograph 8" x 8"
              May. 28, 2024

              Chuck Close - Phil - 1976 Offset Lithograph 8" x 8"

              Est: $1,200 - $1,500

              "Phil" by Chuck Close, 1976 Unsigned Offset Lithograph. Paper size is 8 x 8 inches, with an image size of 7 x 5.5 inches. The Offset Lithograph is from an edition size of 1000 and is not framed. The condition was rated A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Additional details: Printed by A. Colish Press on Strathmore 3-Ply paper. Published by Parasol Press, LTD., New York for The Museum of Modern Art. Numbered on the reverse side in pencil out of 1000.

              DUMBO Auctions
            • Chuck Close "Untitled" Print.
              May. 26, 2024

              Chuck Close "Untitled" Print.

              Est: $200 - $400

              Chuck Close was an American artist known for his remarkable photorealist and large-scale portrait paintings. He was born on July 5, 1940, in Monroe, Washington, and passed away on Augt 19, 2021, in Oceanside, New York. Close's distinctive style involved creating highly detailed portraits ing a grid system. He would break down an image into a grid and meticuloly transfer each section onto a larger canvas or surface. Close's paintings were often close-up portraits of his family, friends, fellow artists, and himself. His works were characterized by a meticulo attention to detail and a foc on capturing the individuality of his subjects. In addition to his e of the grid technique, Close experimented with vario mediums and materials throughout his career. He initially gained recognition for his large-scale airbrhed black-and-white portraits in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Later on, he incorporated other techniques such as finger painting and the e of handmade paper pulp to create texture and depth in his works. Close's art was not limited to painting. He also explored printmaking, photography, and collage, constantly phing the boundaries of his creativity. Despite facing physical challenges, including partial paralysis due to a spinal artery collapse in 1988, Close continued to produce artwork ing adaptive techniques and tools. He became an inspiration for many with disabilities and an advocate for accessibility in the arts. Chuck Close's work has been exhibited extensively in major meums and galleries worldwide. He received numero awards and honors throughout his career, including the National Medal of Arts, presented to him by President Clinton in 2000. Close's contribution to the art world is widely celebrated, and his portraits remain iconic examples of contemporary American art. Measures 10 x 12 Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

              Morgan Auctions
            • Chuck Close "Untitled" Print.
              May. 26, 2024

              Chuck Close "Untitled" Print.

              Est: $200 - $400

              Chuck Close was an American artist known for his remarkable photorealist and large-scale portrait paintings. He was born on July 5, 1940, in Monroe, Washington, and passed away on Augt 19, 2021, in Oceanside, New York. Close's distinctive style involved creating highly detailed portraits ing a grid system. He would break down an image into a grid and meticuloly transfer each section onto a larger canvas or surface. Close's paintings were often close-up portraits of his family, friends, fellow artists, and himself. His works were characterized by a meticulo attention to detail and a foc on capturing the individuality of his subjects. In addition to his e of the grid technique, Close experimented with vario mediums and materials throughout his career. He initially gained recognition for his large-scale airbrhed black-and-white portraits in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Later on, he incorporated other techniques such as finger painting and the e of handmade paper pulp to create texture and depth in his works. Close's art was not limited to painting. He also explored printmaking, photography, and collage, constantly phing the boundaries of his creativity. Despite facing physical challenges, including partial paralysis due to a spinal artery collapse in 1988, Close continued to produce artwork ing adaptive techniques and tools. He became an inspiration for many with disabilities and an advocate for accessibility in the arts. Chuck Close's work has been exhibited extensively in major meums and galleries worldwide. He received numero awards and honors throughout his career, including the National Medal of Arts, presented to him by President Clinton in 2000. Close's contribution to the art world is widely celebrated, and his portraits remain iconic examples of contemporary American art. Measures 10 x 12 Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

              Morgan Auctions
            • Chuck Close "Untitled" Print.
              May. 26, 2024

              Chuck Close "Untitled" Print.

              Est: $200 - $400

              Chuck Close was an American artist known for his remarkable photorealist and large-scale portrait paintings. He was born on July 5, 1940, in Monroe, Washington, and passed away on Augt 19, 2021, in Oceanside, New York. Close's distinctive style involved creating highly detailed portraits ing a grid system. He would break down an image into a grid and meticuloly transfer each section onto a larger canvas or surface. Close's paintings were often close-up portraits of his family, friends, fellow artists, and himself. His works were characterized by a meticulo attention to detail and a foc on capturing the individuality of his subjects. In addition to his e of the grid technique, Close experimented with vario mediums and materials throughout his career. He initially gained recognition for his large-scale airbrhed black-and-white portraits in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Later on, he incorporated other techniques such as finger painting and the e of handmade paper pulp to create texture and depth in his works. Close's art was not limited to painting. He also explored printmaking, photography, and collage, constantly phing the boundaries of his creativity. Despite facing physical challenges, including partial paralysis due to a spinal artery collapse in 1988, Close continued to produce artwork ing adaptive techniques and tools. He became an inspiration for many with disabilities and an advocate for accessibility in the arts. Chuck Close's work has been exhibited extensively in major meums and galleries worldwide. He received numero awards and honors throughout his career, including the National Medal of Arts, presented to him by President Clinton in 2000. Close's contribution to the art world is widely celebrated, and his portraits remain iconic examples of contemporary American art. Measures 10 x 12 Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

              Morgan Auctions
            • Chuck Close "Untitled" Print.
              May. 26, 2024

              Chuck Close "Untitled" Print.

              Est: $200 - $400

              Chuck Close was an American artist known for his remarkable photorealist and large-scale portrait paintings. He was born on July 5, 1940, in Monroe, Washington, and passed away on Augt 19, 2021, in Oceanside, New York. Close's distinctive style involved creating highly detailed portraits ing a grid system. He would break down an image into a grid and meticuloly transfer each section onto a larger canvas or surface. Close's paintings were often close-up portraits of his family, friends, fellow artists, and himself. His works were characterized by a meticulo attention to detail and a foc on capturing the individuality of his subjects. In addition to his e of the grid technique, Close experimented with vario mediums and materials throughout his career. He initially gained recognition for his large-scale airbrhed black-and-white portraits in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Later on, he incorporated other techniques such as finger painting and the e of handmade paper pulp to create texture and depth in his works. Close's art was not limited to painting. He also explored printmaking, photography, and collage, constantly phing the boundaries of his creativity. Despite facing physical challenges, including partial paralysis due to a spinal artery collapse in 1988, Close continued to produce artwork ing adaptive techniques and tools. He became an inspiration for many with disabilities and an advocate for accessibility in the arts. Chuck Close's work has been exhibited extensively in major meums and galleries worldwide. He received numero awards and honors throughout his career, including the National Medal of Arts, presented to him by President Clinton in 2000. Close's contribution to the art world is widely celebrated, and his portraits remain iconic examples of contemporary American art. Measures 10 x 12 Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

              Morgan Auctions
            • Chuck Close "Untitled" Print.
              May. 26, 2024

              Chuck Close "Untitled" Print.

              Est: $200 - $400

              Chuck Close was an American artist known for his remarkable photorealist and large-scale portrait paintings. He was born on July 5, 1940, in Monroe, Washington, and passed away on Augt 19, 2021, in Oceanside, New York. Close's distinctive style involved creating highly detailed portraits ing a grid system. He would break down an image into a grid and meticuloly transfer each section onto a larger canvas or surface. Close's paintings were often close-up portraits of his family, friends, fellow artists, and himself. His works were characterized by a meticulo attention to detail and a foc on capturing the individuality of his subjects. In addition to his e of the grid technique, Close experimented with vario mediums and materials throughout his career. He initially gained recognition for his large-scale airbrhed black-and-white portraits in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Later on, he incorporated other techniques such as finger painting and the e of handmade paper pulp to create texture and depth in his works. Close's art was not limited to painting. He also explored printmaking, photography, and collage, constantly phing the boundaries of his creativity. Despite facing physical challenges, including partial paralysis due to a spinal artery collapse in 1988, Close continued to produce artwork ing adaptive techniques and tools. He became an inspiration for many with disabilities and an advocate for accessibility in the arts. Chuck Close's work has been exhibited extensively in major meums and galleries worldwide. He received numero awards and honors throughout his career, including the National Medal of Arts, presented to him by President Clinton in 2000. Close's contribution to the art world is widely celebrated, and his portraits remain iconic examples of contemporary American art. Measures 10 x 12 Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

              Morgan Auctions
            • Chuck Close "Untitled" Print.
              May. 26, 2024

              Chuck Close "Untitled" Print.

              Est: $200 - $400

              Chuck Close was an American artist known for his remarkable photorealist and large-scale portrait paintings. He was born on July 5, 1940, in Monroe, Washington, and passed away on Augt 19, 2021, in Oceanside, New York. Close's distinctive style involved creating highly detailed portraits ing a grid system. He would break down an image into a grid and meticuloly transfer each section onto a larger canvas or surface. Close's paintings were often close-up portraits of his family, friends, fellow artists, and himself. His works were characterized by a meticulo attention to detail and a foc on capturing the individuality of his subjects. In addition to his e of the grid technique, Close experimented with vario mediums and materials throughout his career. He initially gained recognition for his large-scale airbrhed black-and-white portraits in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Later on, he incorporated other techniques such as finger painting and the e of handmade paper pulp to create texture and depth in his works. Close's art was not limited to painting. He also explored printmaking, photography, and collage, constantly phing the boundaries of his creativity. Despite facing physical challenges, including partial paralysis due to a spinal artery collapse in 1988, Close continued to produce artwork ing adaptive techniques and tools. He became an inspiration for many with disabilities and an advocate for accessibility in the arts. Chuck Close's work has been exhibited extensively in major meums and galleries worldwide. He received numero awards and honors throughout his career, including the National Medal of Arts, presented to him by President Clinton in 2000. Close's contribution to the art world is widely celebrated, and his portraits remain iconic examples of contemporary American art. Measures 10 x 12 Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

              Morgan Auctions
            • Chuck Close "Untitled" Print.
              May. 26, 2024

              Chuck Close "Untitled" Print.

              Est: $200 - $400

              Chuck Close was an American artist known for his remarkable photorealist and large-scale portrait paintings. He was born on July 5, 1940, in Monroe, Washington, and passed away on Augt 19, 2021, in Oceanside, New York. Close's distinctive style involved creating highly detailed portraits ing a grid system. He would break down an image into a grid and meticuloly transfer each section onto a larger canvas or surface. Close's paintings were often close-up portraits of his family, friends, fellow artists, and himself. His works were characterized by a meticulo attention to detail and a foc on capturing the individuality of his subjects. In addition to his e of the grid technique, Close experimented with vario mediums and materials throughout his career. He initially gained recognition for his large-scale airbrhed black-and-white portraits in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Later on, he incorporated other techniques such as finger painting and the e of handmade paper pulp to create texture and depth in his works. Close's art was not limited to painting. He also explored printmaking, photography, and collage, constantly phing the boundaries of his creativity. Despite facing physical challenges, including partial paralysis due to a spinal artery collapse in 1988, Close continued to produce artwork ing adaptive techniques and tools. He became an inspiration for many with disabilities and an advocate for accessibility in the arts. Chuck Close's work has been exhibited extensively in major meums and galleries worldwide. He received numero awards and honors throughout his career, including the National Medal of Arts, presented to him by President Clinton in 2000. Close's contribution to the art world is widely celebrated, and his portraits remain iconic examples of contemporary American art. Measures 10 x 12 Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

              Morgan Auctions
            • Chuck Close "Untitled" Print.
              May. 26, 2024

              Chuck Close "Untitled" Print.

              Est: $200 - $400

              Chuck Close was an American artist known for his remarkable photorealist and large-scale portrait paintings. He was born on July 5, 1940, in Monroe, Washington, and passed away on Augt 19, 2021, in Oceanside, New York. Close's distinctive style involved creating highly detailed portraits ing a grid system. He would break down an image into a grid and meticuloly transfer each section onto a larger canvas or surface. Close's paintings were often close-up portraits of his family, friends, fellow artists, and himself. His works were characterized by a meticulo attention to detail and a foc on capturing the individuality of his subjects. In addition to his e of the grid technique, Close experimented with vario mediums and materials throughout his career. He initially gained recognition for his large-scale airbrhed black-and-white portraits in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Later on, he incorporated other techniques such as finger painting and the e of handmade paper pulp to create texture and depth in his works. Close's art was not limited to painting. He also explored printmaking, photography, and collage, constantly phing the boundaries of his creativity. Despite facing physical challenges, including partial paralysis due to a spinal artery collapse in 1988, Close continued to produce artwork ing adaptive techniques and tools. He became an inspiration for many with disabilities and an advocate for accessibility in the arts. Chuck Close's work has been exhibited extensively in major meums and galleries worldwide. He received numero awards and honors throughout his career, including the National Medal of Arts, presented to him by President Clinton in 2000. Close's contribution to the art world is widely celebrated, and his portraits remain iconic examples of contemporary American art. Measures 10 x 12 Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

              Morgan Auctions
            • Chuck Close "Untitled" Print.
              May. 26, 2024

              Chuck Close "Untitled" Print.

              Est: $200 - $400

              Chuck Close was an American artist known for his remarkable photorealist and large-scale portrait paintings. He was born on July 5, 1940, in Monroe, Washington, and passed away on Augt 19, 2021, in Oceanside, New York. Close's distinctive style involved creating highly detailed portraits ing a grid system. He would break down an image into a grid and meticuloly transfer each section onto a larger canvas or surface. Close's paintings were often close-up portraits of his family, friends, fellow artists, and himself. His works were characterized by a meticulo attention to detail and a foc on capturing the individuality of his subjects. In addition to his e of the grid technique, Close experimented with vario mediums and materials throughout his career. He initially gained recognition for his large-scale airbrhed black-and-white portraits in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Later on, he incorporated other techniques such as finger painting and the e of handmade paper pulp to create texture and depth in his works. Close's art was not limited to painting. He also explored printmaking, photography, and collage, constantly phing the boundaries of his creativity. Despite facing physical challenges, including partial paralysis due to a spinal artery collapse in 1988, Close continued to produce artwork ing adaptive techniques and tools. He became an inspiration for many with disabilities and an advocate for accessibility in the arts. Chuck Close's work has been exhibited extensively in major meums and galleries worldwide. He received numero awards and honors throughout his career, including the National Medal of Arts, presented to him by President Clinton in 2000. Close's contribution to the art world is widely celebrated, and his portraits remain iconic examples of contemporary American art. Measures 10 x 12 Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

              Morgan Auctions
            • Chuck Close "Untitled" Print.
              May. 26, 2024

              Chuck Close "Untitled" Print.

              Est: $200 - $400

              Chuck Close was an American artist known for his remarkable photorealist and large-scale portrait paintings. He was born on July 5, 1940, in Monroe, Washington, and passed away on Augt 19, 2021, in Oceanside, New York. Close's distinctive style involved creating highly detailed portraits ing a grid system. He would break down an image into a grid and meticuloly transfer each section onto a larger canvas or surface. Close's paintings were often close-up portraits of his family, friends, fellow artists, and himself. His works were characterized by a meticulo attention to detail and a foc on capturing the individuality of his subjects. In addition to his e of the grid technique, Close experimented with vario mediums and materials throughout his career. He initially gained recognition for his large-scale airbrhed black-and-white portraits in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Later on, he incorporated other techniques such as finger painting and the e of handmade paper pulp to create texture and depth in his works. Close's art was not limited to painting. He also explored printmaking, photography, and collage, constantly phing the boundaries of his creativity. Despite facing physical challenges, including partial paralysis due to a spinal artery collapse in 1988, Close continued to produce artwork ing adaptive techniques and tools. He became an inspiration for many with disabilities and an advocate for accessibility in the arts. Chuck Close's work has been exhibited extensively in major meums and galleries worldwide. He received numero awards and honors throughout his career, including the National Medal of Arts, presented to him by President Clinton in 2000. Close's contribution to the art world is widely celebrated, and his portraits remain iconic examples of contemporary American art. Measures 10 x 12 Verso is blank. Mounted to archival quality paper.

              Morgan Auctions
            • Chuck Close (1940-2021); Leslie/Fingerprint;
              May. 23, 2024

              Chuck Close (1940-2021); Leslie/Fingerprint;

              Est: $8,000 - $12,000

              Chuck Close (1940-2021) Leslie/Fingerprint, 1986 Direct gravure etching on wove paper, signed in pencil and numbered 'AP VI' (an artist's proof, aside from the edition of 45), co-published by Pace Editions/Graphicstudio, New York/Florida, with full margins, framed. 45 5/8 x 37 1/8in (115.9 x 94.3cm) sheet 54 1/2 x 40 1/2in (138.4 x 102.9cm)

              Bonhams
            • CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021) Norman Lear Polaroid 34 x 21 ½ in. (86.3 x 54.6 cm.
              May. 21, 2024

              CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021) Norman Lear Polaroid 34 x 21 ½ in. (86.3 x 54.6 cm.

              Est: $3,000 - $5,000

              CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021) Norman Lear Polaroid 34 x 21 ½ in. (86.3 x 54.6 cm.)

              Christie's
            • CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021) Norman Lear archival watercolor print, on Hahnemühl
              May. 17, 2024

              CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021) Norman Lear archival watercolor print, on Hahnemühl

              Est: $5,000 - $7,000

              CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021) Norman Lear archival watercolor print, on Hahnemühle rag paper image: 43 ¼ x 36 ½ in. (109.9 x 92.7 cm.) sheet: 55 ½ x 44 in. (141 x 111.8 cm.)

              Christie's
            • Chuck Close (1940-2021), SELF PORTRAIT PORTFOLIO, 2002
              May. 16, 2024

              Chuck Close (1940-2021), SELF PORTRAIT PORTFOLIO, 2002

              Est: $6,000 - $8,000

              Chuck Close (1940-2021), American SELF PORTRAIT PORTFOLIO, 2002 archival Iris prints with screened varnish over image area on Crane Museo 300-Gram paper, with full margins signed, dated, and editioned "P.P.V.", for printer's proof 5, aside from the edition of 30; printed by David Adamson, Washington, D.C.; published by ACS Editions, Milan and New York each image 25 x 19 in — 63.5 x 48.3 cm Provenance: Private Collection, Toronto, ON Note: Chuck Close is well known for his portraits and self-portraits. He has made more than a hundred works of his own face during his career. Close has been face-blind since his youth, and it is this incapacity to remember a face that has motivated this part of his practice. Following an accident in 1988 which left him ​​quadriplegic, Close returned to the easel to explore the limits of disabilities, old and new. In retrospect, Close said: "Everything in my work is directly related to my learning disabilities. [...] People's faces have urgency for me. I don't care about anything as much as knowing who people are." (1) Close’s photographic practice was initially intended to support his realist paintings. His first large and impactful self-portrait, “Big Self-Portrait”, 1967–1968, purchased by the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, is an oil on canvas made after a photograph taken by the artist. Fascinated by the photographic process, Close investigated the daguerreotype, the Polaroid and even the Woodburytype. His portraits of celebrities include Kate Moss, Brad Pitt, Alex Katz and other defining personalities of our time. This “Self-Portrait Portfolio,” 2002, a suite composed of five self-portraits shows the artist at the age of 62, attempting to capture different angles of his face from one side to the other, forming a sort of topography of his head as if to keep track of his face and features. (1) https://www.brainandlife.org/articles/dyslexia-paralysis-face-blindness-nothing-comes-between-legendary-artist-chuck Estimate: $6,000—8,000

              Waddington's
            • Close, Chuck. Cinnamon. Pigmentdruck
              May. 11, 2024

              Close, Chuck. Cinnamon. Pigmentdruck

              Est: €2,000 - €3,000

              Close, Chuck. Cinnamon. Pigmentdruck (archival). Signiert unten mittig. Links unten nummeriert. Exemplar: 14/20. Rechts unten datiert. 2016. Motivgröße: 40 x 35,5 cm. Blattmaße: 51 x 40,5 cm. Herausgegeben von Adamson Editions, Washington DC. - Blatt aus dem "Rede Leonardo Portfolio". - Der amerikanische Künstler Chuck Close (1940-2021) gilt als Pionier des Photorealismus. - Mit kleinen Kratz- bzw. Schabspuren.

              Nosbüsch & Stucke GmbH
            • Chuck Close - Self Portrait
              Apr. 27, 2024

              Chuck Close - Self Portrait

              Est: $1,000 - $2,000

              2001

              Morgan Auctions
            • Self-Portrait
              Apr. 19, 2024

              Self-Portrait

              Est: $5,000 - $7,000

              Property from an American Corporate Collection Chuck Close 1940 - 2021 Self-Portrait signed in pencil, dated and numbered 43/50 etching on Hahnemühle wove paper plate: 13⅜ by 9¾ in. 340 by 248 mm. sheet: 20⅞ by 15½ in. 531 by 395 mm. Executed in 1988; this impression is number 43 from the edition of 50 plus six artist's proofs, with the blindstamp of the printer, Aldo Crommelynck, published by Pace Editions.

              Sotheby's
            • Chuck CLOSE (1940-2021) American
              Apr. 19, 2024

              Chuck CLOSE (1940-2021) American

              Est: $15,000 - $30,000

              Chuck (Charles Thomas) Close (1940-2021) ; Couple naked males ; 1961 ; oil on canvas / framed ; dimensions 112 x 92 cm (44 x 36 in.) ; signed and dated upper right corner ; Shipping to USA - DHL $835 , National post with tracking service $525 / Shipping to EU, Middle Assia - DHL $645 , National post with tracking service $475

              Art-Torg
            • CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021) Torso Diptych, 2000
              Apr. 17, 2024

              CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021) Torso Diptych, 2000

              Est: €500 - €700

              CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021) Torso Diptych, 2000 Epreuve photographique Signée en bas vers le milieu, datée en bas à droite et numérotée 57/75 en bas à gauche 46 x 61 cm Photograph Signed lower middle, dated lower right and numbered 57/75 lower left 18 1 /8 x 24 in.

              HVMC - Hôtel des Ventes de Monte-Carlo
            • CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021) Self Portrait (Yellow Raincoat) Image: 23 ¾ x 20 i
              Apr. 16, 2024

              CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021) Self Portrait (Yellow Raincoat) Image: 23 ¾ x 20 i

              Est: $15,000 - $25,000

              CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021) Self Portrait (Yellow Raincoat) Image: 23 ¾ x 20 in. (603 x 508 mm.) Sheet: 33 3⁄8 x 27 3⁄8 in. (848 x 695 mm.)

              Christie's
            • CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021) John Image: 57 ½ x 48 5⁄8 in. (1461 x 1235 mm.) Sh
              Apr. 16, 2024

              CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021) John Image: 57 ½ x 48 5⁄8 in. (1461 x 1235 mm.) Sh

              Est: $7,000 - $10,000

              CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021) John Image: 57 ½ x 48 5⁄8 in. (1461 x 1235 mm.) Sheet: 64 5⁄8 x 54 5⁄8 in. (1642 x 1388 mm.)

              Christie's
            • CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021) Phil/Spitbite Image: 18 3⁄8 x 14 7⁄8 in. (467 x 37
              Apr. 16, 2024

              CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021) Phil/Spitbite Image: 18 3⁄8 x 14 7⁄8 in. (467 x 37

              Est: $4,000 - $6,000

              CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021) Phil/Spitbite Image: 18 3⁄8 x 14 7⁄8 in. (467 x 378 mm.) Sheet: 28 1⁄8 x 20 in. (714 x 508 mm.)

              Christie's
            • 'Lorna' (Maquette)
              Apr. 10, 2024

              'Lorna' (Maquette)

              Est: $15,000 - $25,000

              About Face: The David and Gail Mixer Collection of Photographs Chuck Close 1940 - 2021 'Lorna' (Maquette) a unique object, large-format Polaroid Polapan print with masking tape, signed, titled, dated and gridded in ink on the image, tape and margins, framed object: 30 by 22 in. (76.2 by 55.9 cm.) frame: 40½ by 31½ in. (102.9 by 80 cm.) Executed in 1995.

              Sotheby's
            • Chuck Close - Self-Portrait - 2012 Offset Lithograph 8.5" x 7.25"
              Apr. 09, 2024

              Chuck Close - Self-Portrait - 2012 Offset Lithograph 8.5" x 7.25"

              Est: $175 - $250

              "Self-Portrait" by Chuck Close, 2012 Unsigned Offset Lithograph. Paper size is 8.5 x 7.25 inches, with an image size of 8.5 x 7.25 inches. The Offset Lithograph is from an unknown edition size. and is currently framed. The condition was rated A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Additional details: Original invitation to Pace Prints' booth at the Armory Show in New York from March 8 - March 11 2012.

              DUMBO Auctions
            • Chuck Close (1940-2021); Self-Portrait;
              Mar. 26, 2024

              Chuck Close (1940-2021); Self-Portrait;

              Est: $1,500 - $2,500

              Chuck Close (1940-2021) Self-Portrait, 1992 Aquatint on wove paper, signed in pencil, dated and numbered 43/70, published by Pace Prints Inc., New York, with full margins, framed. plate 6 3/4 x 4 15/16in (17.1 x 12.5cm) sheet 19 1/2 x 15 7/8in (49.5 x 40.3cm)

              Bonhams
            • Chuck Close - Large Phil Fingerprint - 1981 Offset Lithograph 38.5" x 26"
              Mar. 19, 2024

              Chuck Close - Large Phil Fingerprint - 1981 Offset Lithograph 38.5" x 26"

              Est: $60 - $90

              "Large Phil Fingerprint" by Chuck Close, 1981 Unsigned Offset Lithograph. Paper size is 38.5 x 26 inches, with an image size of 31 x 26 inches. The Offset Lithograph is from an edition size of 2000 and is not framed. The condition was rated A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Additional details: First edition exhibition poster for Chuck Close's "Close Portraits" show held at the Whitney Museum of American Art from April 14 - June 21, 1981.

              DUMBO Auctions
            • CHUCK CLOSE 'JOEL' SIGNED OFFSET LITHOGRAPH
              Mar. 16, 2024

              CHUCK CLOSE 'JOEL' SIGNED OFFSET LITHOGRAPH

              Est: $80 - $120

              Chuck Close offset lithograph titled 'Joel'. Marked signed lower right. Sheet measures 14 1/4" x 11 3/4".

              Antiques & Modern Auction Gallery
            • CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021)
              Mar. 09, 2024

              CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021)

              Est: $50,000 - $70,000

              CHUCK CLOSE (1940-2021) Self-Portrait screenprint in colors, on Saunders Waterford paper, 2000, signed and dated in pencil, numbered 40/80 (there were also fifteen artist's proofs), published by Pace Editions, Inc., New York, with full margins, in very good condition, framed Image: 58 ½ x 48 in. (1485 x 1219 mm.) Sheet: 65 ½ x 54 ¼ in. (1664 x 1378 mm.)

              Joshua Kodner
            • Untitled (Portrait of Hillary Rodham Clinton)
              Mar. 04, 2024

              Untitled (Portrait of Hillary Rodham Clinton)

              Est: $7,000 - $10,000

              The Emily Fisher Landau Collection: An Era Defined Chuck Close 1940 - 2021 Untitled (Portrait of Hillary Rodham Clinton) signed, dated 2000 and numbered 10/10 in pencil (in the lower margin) Iris print 40 by 32¾ in. 101.6 by 83.2 cm. Executed in 2000, this print is number 10 from an edition of 10. Please note that this lot will not be on view during the sale exhibition. It is located at our Long Island City, New York storage facility. If you would like to examine it in person before the sale please contact Montserrat Palacios at [email protected]

              Sotheby's
            • Twelve Sketches of Paintings
              Mar. 01, 2024

              Twelve Sketches of Paintings

              Est: $3,000 - $4,000

              Property from the Collection of William T. Georgis & Richard D. Marshall Chuck Close 1940 - 2021 Twelve Sketches of Paintings color pencil, ink, and paper collage on paper, in 12 parts each: 2 by 2 in. (5.1 by 5.1 cm.)

              Sotheby's
            • CHUCK CLOSE, SELF PORTRAIT LINCOLN CENTER 45TH ANNIVERSARY, LITHOGRAPH POSTER
              Feb. 24, 2024

              CHUCK CLOSE, SELF PORTRAIT LINCOLN CENTER 45TH ANNIVERSARY, LITHOGRAPH POSTER

              Est: $675 - $875

              Artist: Chuck Close, American (1940 - , 2021) Title: Self Portrait Lincoln Center 45th Anniversary Year: 2007 Medium: Lithograph poster on thick archival art stock Edition: of 300 (unsigned/unnumbered) Image Size: 30 x 24 inches Size: 42 x 30 in. (106.68 x 76.2 cm)

              RoGallery
            • Chuck Close, Self-portrait (tapestry)
              Feb. 14, 2024

              Chuck Close, Self-portrait (tapestry)

              Est: $1,500 - $2,500

              Chuck Close Self-portrait (tapestry) 1993 silk jacquard weave 50 h x 37.5 w in (127 x 95 cm) Signed, dated and numbered to lower edge '16/150 C. Close 1993'. This work is number 16 from the edition of 150. Provenance: A/D, New York This work will ship from Lambertville, New Jersey.

              Rago Arts and Auction Center
            • Chuck Close, Self-Portrait #1
              Feb. 14, 2024

              Chuck Close, Self-Portrait #1

              Est: $5,000 - $7,000

              Chuck Close Self-Portrait #1 1999 relief print with embossing on Twinrocker Handmade image: 19.875 h x 15.5 w in (50 x 39 cm) sheet: 25.5 h x 20.625 w in (65 x 52 cm) Signed, dated and numbered to lower edge '46/50 Chuck Close 1999'. This work is number 46 from the edition of 50 printed and published by Two Palms Press, New York. This work will ship from Lambertville, New Jersey.

              Rago Arts and Auction Center
            • Chuck Close, Self-Portrait #2
              Feb. 14, 2024

              Chuck Close, Self-Portrait #2

              Est: $6,000 - $8,000

              Chuck Close Self-Portrait #2 1999 relief print with embossing on Twinrocker Handmade image: 19.75 h x 15.375 w in (50 x 39 cm) sheet: 26.875 h x 20.375 w in (68 x 52 cm) Signed, dated and numbered to lower edge '46/50 Chuck Close 1999'. This work is number 46 from the edition of 50 printed and published by Two Palms Press, New York. This work will ship from Lambertville, New Jersey.

              Rago Arts and Auction Center
            • Chuck Close (1940-2021)
              Feb. 01, 2024

              Chuck Close (1940-2021)

              Est: $5,000 - $7,000

              SELF PORTRAIT / WHITE INK Etching and aquatint, 1978, on Canson 425 black paper, signed, dated, titled and numbered 25/35 in pencil, with the artist's blindstamp, printed by Crown Point Press, Oakland, and with their blindstamp, with full margins, framed. Image 44 5/8 x 35 5/8 inches; 1133 x 905 mm. Sheet 54 1/4 x 40 1/2 inches; 1378 x 1029 mm. Frame 58 3/8 x 44 3/4 inches; 1483 x 1137 mm. Provenance: Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York, NY Top right Japan hinge verso not detached from mat, some creasing at bottom right sheet corner, framed with acrylic.

              Doyle New York
            • CHUCK CLOSE 'SELF-PORTRAIT' SIGNED OFFSET LITHO
              Jan. 13, 2024

              CHUCK CLOSE 'SELF-PORTRAIT' SIGNED OFFSET LITHO

              Est: $150 - $200

              Chuck Close offset lithograph depicting a self-portrait. Signed in black marker lower right. Sheet measures 11 7/8" x 10 3/8".

              Antiques & Modern Auction Gallery
            • CHUCK CLOSE 'JOEL' SIGNED OFFSET LITHOGRAPH
              Jan. 13, 2024

              CHUCK CLOSE 'JOEL' SIGNED OFFSET LITHOGRAPH

              Est: $100 - $150

              Chuck Close offset lithograph titled 'Joel'. Marked signed lower right. Sheet measures 14 1/4" x 11 3/4".

              Antiques & Modern Auction Gallery
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