Acrylic on Canvas
36" x 18"
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Painted in 2011 on a Gallery Wrap Canvas that does not require framing for display.
"Mongol" - a painting from my "Ordinary Things" series - is a figurative study of a common graphite writing pencil with roots that go back to 1861 when Eberhard Faber began producing them in New York City. About as every day mundane as something can be yet viewed as somewhat majestic within this setting. In his review of my Chelsea show "Ordinary Things" Ed McCormick spoke of this work was as follows:
"Perlmutter's painting 'Mongol' of a classic yellow pencil is sharpened to a point as exquisitely fine as one would imagine this consummately precise artist himself using to make a preliminary sketch."
Priced at standard plus mark-up for being specifically praised in a show review by a leading Art Publication.
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