This is an original, signed lithograph in colors on wove paper by Witold-K, exploring the theme of loneliness. The viewer peers down at a person who is sitting alone, with their knees pulled up to close to their head. The work is signed and dated by the artist in pencil lower right. It is also numbered by the artist in pencil lower left. This work comes from 1972 and is rarely available on the market. The image is clearly a person, but the surface of the person made to look like stone or cement. The contrast between darks and lights is dramatic. This is a signed and numbered lithograph, number 131 of 145. (There may also be some artists proofs.) Photos of the lithograph are included on Witold-K’s website, along with photos of paintings he has done on the same theme throughout his career. Also, see the book “Witold-K at Sotheby’s”, 2007, p. 224 for originals with the same theme.
– Title: (untitled) Loneliness Theme
– Artist: Witold-K
– Image area: 24-3/4 inches H x 19 inches W (62.8 cm x 48.2 cm)
– Frame size: 32 inches H x 26 inches W (81.2 cm x 66 cm)
The piece triple-matted in complementary colors and framed in it’s original modern frame, a dark steel blue metal frame. The orginal label from the Royce Gallery of Denver, CO is still on the back. (The frame is in good condition, but is showing some wear.) The work is covered in glass.
Price is $1,500 USD. J D Smith Fine Art will provide a Certificate of Authenticity to the buyer. Free shipping to North America on this piece. Insurance is included in shipping. Please email or call if you wish to purchase this distinctive work.