Raphael Soyer Nude Woman 1979 Signed Limited Edition Lithograph
Artist Name: Raphael Soyer
Title: Raphael Soyer Nude Woman 1979: A Captivating Exploration of Human Sensitivity and Intimacy.
Step into the mesmerizing world of Raphael Soyer's art with the exquisite "Nude Woman 1979 Signed Limited Edition Lithograph." Born in 1899 in Russia, Soyer immigrated to the United States in 1912 and embarked on a remarkable artistic journey, studying at prestigious institutions such as Cooper Union, the National Academy of Design, and the Art Students League. Alongside renowned realist artists like Edward Hopper, Ben Shahn, and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Soyer played a pivotal role in shaping the art scene of the 1950s as the founder of Reality, an influential art magazine.
Soyer's artistic prowess shines through in the "Nude Woman 1979," as he demonstrates his technical virtuosity and a profound understanding of human emotion. With a delicate touch, Soyer captures the essence of his subjects, infusing his artwork with subtle understatement, tenderness, and sentiment. Through his masterful depiction, he delves into the lives of New York's less privileged without resorting to mere picturesqueness or satire. Instead, Soyer's work resonates with a humanistic passion that touches the hearts of viewers.
The "Nude Woman 1979" lithograph showcases Soyer's ability to convey the vulnerability and complexity of the human form. With remarkable attention to detail and a keen understanding of light and shadow, he invites us to explore the beauty and intimacy of the female figure. The composition exudes a sense of solitude and introspection, capturing the subject in a contemplative moment that evokes a range of emotions within the viewer.
Medium Type: Lithograph on Arches Archival Paper
Size-Width | Size-Height: 22'' x 30''
Signed | Edition Size: Signed in pencil and marked | 83/300