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Portrait 13

90.00

The 13th portrait of a chair by the backrest. This one is from the first series of nine from 2011. After that it was ‘quiet’ in this area until in 2017 again nine new ones appeared. Followed by another twelve in 2018 and finally another three in 2019. They are usually shown grouped by me or also as smaller accents between other pencil drawings. See Portrait 17, 28 and 43.

Portrait 14

90.00

The 14th portrait of a chair by the backrest. This one is from the first series of nine from 2011. After that it was ‘quiet’ in this area until in 2017 again nine new ones appeared. Followed by another twelve in 2018 and finally another three in 2019. They are usually shown grouped by me or also as smaller accents between other pencil drawings. See Portrait 17, 28 and 43.

Portrait 16

90.00

The 16th portrait of a chair by the backrest. This one is from the first series of nine from 2011. After that it was ‘quiet’ in this area until in 2017 again nine new ones appeared. Followed by another twelve in 2018 and finally another three in 2019. I usually show them in a group or also as smaller accents between other pencil drawings. See Portrait 42 and 43.

Portrait 17

90.00

The 17th portrait of a chair by the backrest. This one is from the first series of nine from 2011. After that it was ‘quiet’ in this area until in 2017 again nine new ones appeared. Followed by another twelve in 2018 and finally another three in 2019. I usually show them in a group or also as smaller accents between other pencil drawings. See Portrait 42 and 43.

Portrait 18

90.00

The 18th portrait of a chair by the backrest. This one is from the first series of nine from 2011. After that it was ‘quiet’ in this area until in 2017 again nine new ones appeared. Followed by another twelve in 2018 and finally another three in 2019. I usually show them in a group or also as smaller accents between other pencil drawings. See Portrait 42 and 43.

Portrait 19

90.00

The 19th portrait of a chair by the backrest. This one is from the first series of nine from 2011. After that it was ‘quiet’ in this area until in 2017 again nine new ones appeared. Followed by another twelve in 2018 and finally another three in 2019. I usually show them in a group or also as smaller accents between other pencil drawings. See Portrait 37, 39 and 43.

Duet III

180.00

A pas de deux of two chairs, or rather chair-backs, blend nicely together in a mutual duet to create a cheerful face.

Kitchen chair II

A framed drawings annex luxury bookcase seemed to me a suitable gift for people who made a substantial contribution to my book ‘All in the family‘. I liked that so much that it was the start of a series. The simple kitchen chair as in the kitchen of my parental home combined with a one-burner electric hob.

Paperplane

335.00

A frame in the form of a paper airplane, the seat as the seat of the pilot and as the logo of the airline.

The long march III

1,650.00

“We see a kind of section from a massive and all but endless row of swaying and wobbling chairs. The reference to the founder of the Chinese Communist Party in the 1920s, Mao Tse-Tung, is evident. Nevertheless such a title also allows thoughts about other large-scale migrations of living creatures. Think of the wildebeest in the African plains, or flows of refugees, escaping from whatever atrocities.” (from Chairs and Titles by Chris Manders in All in the Family, 2016)

Duet I

Actually, I literally found these schoolchairs on a sunny day somewhere in a gallery. So in my oeuvre this is actually a bit of an outsider because ‘only’ directly more or less made from observation. See also other duets such as Duet II and Duet III and certainly also the Pas de Deux series.