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b. 1962 -

Carl Fudge uses digital technology as an intermediary step, exploiting the computer's facility for subtle control of composition and color before returning to more traditional media to create the final work. His recent suite of prints, "Rhapsody Spray," is based on the image of Sailor Chibi Moon, a Japanese anime character endowed with shape-shifting, transformative powers. Fudge digitally reworked every inch of a scanned image of Chibi Moon into a nearly abstract composition that was then used as the model for a meticulously executed screenprint, produced in four chromatic variations.

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Born in London, England, Carl Fudge has lived in New York City for ten years. His work involves the intersection of the oldest and the newest printmaking technologies. Many of Fudge's prints are complex digital reworkings of Japanese 17th century woodcuts and contemporary popular images. Carl Fudge teaches at Columbia University.

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      • Carl Fudge (British, Born 1962) Acrylic on Board
        Jan. 31, 2024

        Carl Fudge (British, Born 1962) Acrylic on Board

        Est: $600 - $900

        Abstract composition not dated. Two sided Acrylic on board 15 x 20". Signed on the verso "Charles Fudge". This lot is being offered on behalf of the New York County Public Administrators office from theEstate of Andre Sowulewski (220267)

        Weiss Auctions
      • Carl Fudge, Untitled, MM/C.
        Sep. 22, 2023

        Carl Fudge, Untitled, MM/C.

        Est: $300 - $500

        Fudge, Carl (England/New York, active 1990's-present) Untitled. Mixed media and graphite on canvas. Unsigned. 56" x 48".

        Quinn's Auction Galleries
      • Carl Fudge, Untitled, A/C.
        Sep. 22, 2023

        Carl Fudge, Untitled, A/C.

        Est: $300 - $500

        Fudge, Carl (England/New York, active 1990's-present) Untitled, composition of repeated words "vacancy" and "plentitude" with images of hands on black ground. Acrylic on canvas. Unsigned. 43" x 42".

        Quinn's Auction Galleries
      • Carl Fudge, (British, b. 1962), Untitled, 2002 (a pair of works), color screenprints, larger 27" x 33 1/2"
        Mar. 10, 2019

        Carl Fudge, (British, b. 1962), Untitled, 2002 (a pair of works), color screenprints, larger 27" x 33 1/2"

        Est: $700 - $900

        Carl Fudge (British, b. 1962) Untitled, 2002 (a pair of works) color screenprints signed and numbered in pencil larger 27" x 33 1/2"

        Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
      • Painting, Carl Fudge
        Jul. 16, 2017

        Painting, Carl Fudge

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        Carl Fudge (British, b. 1962), "Funcity," 1996-97, enamel on two (2) attachable panels, each panel: 84"h x 60"w, overall (unframed): 84"h x 120"w. Provenance: Deaccessioned from the Seattle Art Museum (Seattle, Washington)

        Clars Auctions
      • CARL FUDGE HARPSICHORD, Two-Manual, Opus 21, 1974
        Jun. 21, 2015

        CARL FUDGE HARPSICHORD, Two-Manual, Opus 21, 1974

        Est: $2,000 - $4,000

        CARL FUDGE HARPSICHORD, Two-Manual, Opus 21, 1974 with Chinoisserie paint decorated case by Sheridan Germann marked and dated Carl Fudge Fecit, 1974; height: 36 in.; length: 90 in.; width: 37 in. Other Notes: Sold to benefit the funds for the acquisition of paintings and sculpture at the Boston Athen?um This instrument was made for the musician Carl Fudge for the musician Ariel W. P. Hall. Fudge was a master craftsman of fine reproductions of historical keyboard instruments such as clavichords, virginals, and harpsichords. His shop was in Winchester, Massachusetts. According to Fudge's own description of the instrument, the Athen?um's harpsichord is a slightly enlarged copy of one made in the 1620s by Jan Ruckers II and that, as of 1988, was in the collection of Yale University Art Gallery. The Athen?um's copy is predominantly black and red with gold-leafed bands and moldings. It has a French polish finish and a French stand with gold-leafed carved legs. The case decorations are by Sheridan Germann, Boston, and are copied after those on a harpsichord in the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. Ariel Hall (1906-1989), for whom this instrument was made and who gave it to the Athen?um, was a renowned concert harpist. She was married to Frederick Garrison Hall Jr., whose father, Frederick Sr. (1879-1946), was an artist. (The Athen?um owns one of Frederick Hall Sr.'s paintings: The Cello Player, 1913). Ariel Hall herself was an amateur painter; the Athen?um owns her portrait of the American actress Eva Le Gallienne (1951).

        Grogan & Company
      • CARL FUDGE, (BRITISH B. 1962), "STORAGE OF PLEASURE"
        Nov. 06, 2011

        CARL FUDGE, (BRITISH B. 1962), "STORAGE OF PLEASURE"

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        CARL FUDGE (british b. 1962)/span "STORAGE OF PLEASURE" Signed and dated 1997 and inscribed 'jouis sarce' verso, synthetic paint on wood 56 x 48 in. (142.2 x 121.9cm) Unframed provenance: /spanLehman Brothers Corporate Art Collection.

        Freeman's
      • Mobile Suit 3, 2001
        Apr. 25, 2009

        Mobile Suit 3, 2001

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        Mobile Suit 3, 2001 Screenprint on paper.  56 x 41 3/4 in. (142.2 x 106 cm).   Signed and numbered lower edge. This work is one of 3 printer's proofs aside from an edition of 8.

        Phillips
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