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Richard Bosman: Master Screenprints and Monoprints from Stewart & Stewart

Richard Bosman: Master Screenprints and Monoprints from Stewart & Stewart

Richard Bosman

This online viewing room titled Richard Bosman: Master Screeprints and Monoprints from Stewart & Stewart includes two editioned screenprints the artist created in residence at the Stewart & Stewart print workshop in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, in 1994 as well as two editioned hand painted pigment prints created in 2011 and 2012. It also includes a sample of three hand painted monoprint editions created in collaboration with Stewart & Stewart and completed in Bosman’s studio in Esopus, New York between 2014 and 2017.

Image Credit:

Richard Bosman, Buttermilk Falls, hand painted/archival pigment print. Photo © StewartStewart.com 2011

Bosman, whose father was a sea captain, translates the fluidity and physicality of paint [and printing ink] into highly expressive water. So successful, he has made water his own subject.

The late Joy Hakanson Colby, former art critic for The Detroit News

Richard Bosman

Shore Line

1994

sh: 41”x 28.5”

13-color screenprint

© Richard Bosman 1994 Photo © StewartStewart.com 1994

ed: 54

$2000.

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Richard Bosman

Landfall

1994

sh: 25” x 39.5”

7-color screenprint

© Richard Bosman 1994 Photo © StewartStewart.com 1994

ed: 54

$2000.

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Richard Bosman at Stewart & Stewart. Photo © StewartStewart.com 1994

Richard Bosman

Buttermilk Falls

2011

sh: 25” x 39.5”

hand painted archival pigment print

© Richard Bosman 2011 Photo © StewartStewart.com 2011

ed: 5

$6000. (rare)

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Richard Bosman

Deep Forest I

2012

sh: 34.25” x 22.5”

hand painted archival pigment print

© Richard Bosman 2012 Photo © StewartStewart.com 2012

ed: 4

$6000. (rare)

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Richard Bosman at Stewart & Stewart. Photo © StewartStewart.com 1994

Richard Bosman

Deep Forest II

2012

sh: 34.25” x 22.5”

hand painted archival pigment print

© Richard Bosman 2012 Photo © StewartStewart.com 2012

ed: 4

$6000. (rare)

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Richard Bosman

Porthole 7

2014

sh: 23.5” x 23.5”

monoprint/uniquely hand painted

© Richard Bosman 2014 Photo © StewartStewart.com 2014

unique print

$3000.

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Richard Bosman at Stewart & Stewart. Photo © StewartStewart.com 1994

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Side View/Night C

Richard Bosman

2016

sh: 21.75” x 29.75”

monoprint/uniquely hand painted

© Richard Bosman 2016 Photo © StewartStewart.com 2016

unique print

$3000.

Richard Bosman

Side View/Grey C

2016

sh: 21.75” x 29.75”

monoprint/uniquely hand painted

© Richard Bosman 2016 Photo © StewartStewart.com 2016

unique print

$3000.

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Richard Bosman

Rear View Night E

2017

sh: 21.75” x 29.75”

monoprint/uniquely hand painted

© Richard Bosman 2017 Photo © StewartStewart.com 2017

unique print

$3000.

Richard Bosman

Rear View Grey A

2017

sh: 21.75” x 29.75”

monoprint/uniquely hand painted

© Richard Bosman 2017 Photo © StewartStewart.com 2017

unique print

$3000

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The son of a Dutch sea captain and an Australian mother, Richard Bosman was born in Madras, India, and spent time in Suez and Singapore as a child. Between the ages of 7 and 21 he spent most of his life in Australia where he attended school in Perth. After studying at the Byam Shaw School of Painting and Drawing in London (1964-69), he moved to America where he undertook further training at the New York Studio School (1969-71) and the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Maine (1970). Initially influenced by abstract expressionism, Bosman began to develop his distinctive figurative style in the late 1970s and has become known for his dramatic, sometimes violent scenes inspired by the imagery of comic books, pulp novels and B-movies. He began to make prints in 1978 and worked with print publisher Brooke Alexander, in whose New York gallery he had his first solo exhibition in 1980. Although he has predominately produced woodcuts, he has used a variety of printing techniques including screenprinting, etching, lithography and monotyping. Bosman’s work has been exhibited widely and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Museum of Modern Art, New York. He is currently based in Esopus, New York, where he continues to work.

Daunt, Catherine. 2017. The American Dream pop to the present. London: The Trustees of the British Museum/Thames & Hudson.

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