High Hopes

Joseph Goldyne

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Flowers play a particularly important role in Goldyne's oeuvre; they have been a consistent subject he has engaged in a variety of forms and techniques. One of the techniques he has used is that of the monotype. In Goldyne's hands, the depiction of flowers becomes a poetic interpretation of this traditional subject. In his renderings, he makes reference to the history of floral imagery, in particular, in Northern European art, while also rendering them firmly contemporary.

High Hopes, Joseph Goldyne (American, born Chicago, Illinois, 1942), Monotype

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