Rendered in a modern Art Deco style, a golfer takes a swing for the green in front of a group of onlookers. Created in 1982, this serigraph is an excellent examples of 1980s Art Deco, which incorporates the geometric designs of Art Deco with the bright colors typical of that decade. The artist, Giancarlo Impiglia, is credited as restarting the Art Deco movement in the later half of the twentieth century. This piece is signed and numbered in pencil, edition: 300, AP 40. It is offered unframed.
Artist: Giancarlo Impiglia Title: The Golfer Year: 1982 Medium: Serigraph, Signed and Numbered in pencil Edition: 300, AP 40 Paper Size: 38 x 28 inches (96.52 x 70.12 cm)
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