Richard MOCK
"New American Still Life"
Variable Edition
Colored Linocut Print

Biddington's Archive #:  503107
Dimensions:  22" x 30"
Date:  October 2001
Materials:   Watercolor + #79 Daniel Smith Black Ink on Rives BFK Paper
Richard Mock colored print New American Still Life

Description: With the tragedy of 9/11 a new element was introduced into the traditional iconic scene of the abundant harvest. This watercolor enhanced linoleum cut print by noted editorial illustrator Richard Mock (1944-2006) is entitled "New American Still Life".

Richard Mock was also a fine painter and a skilled colorist. Since it is hand-colored by the artist, this linocut is referred to as a "variable edition print". This artwork appeared in the 2003 remake of the movie "The Manchurian Candidate".

Richard Mock is represented in important collections including: Museum of Modern Art, New York Public Library, Walker Art Center and National Museum of American Art. His incisive and insightful images have appeared in publications including: New York Times, Wall Street Journal, United Nations as well as in the publications of the loyal opposition. View other archived images of Richard Mock editorial prints including his September 11th Cycle.
Archived images courtesy: Biddington's Contemporary Art
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