This curious photograph - part interior and part portrait - is part of Michael Stuetz's "California" series - scenes of seemingly banal moments that are rendered uncanny.
Stuetz, a New York-based photographer, has had numerous solo exhibitions and has participated in group shows in the U.S. and internationally. He received a BFA from the School of Visual Arts and an MFA from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Recently, Stuetz's "Bullfight" photographs were shown in a solo exhibition at Cafiero Select Home.
2001, C-print, 22 x 22 in. 1/5.
Painted in the 19th Century during the Qing Dynasty era, this portrait honors 4 members of an esteemed Mandarin family. It is rendered beautifully in watercolors and gouaches on paper. Each seated figure is dressed in richly hued robes bearing...
A pair of Chinese ancestral portraits, painted in the 19th Century during the Qing Dynasty era. The portraits are rendered in watercolors and gouaches on paper. Each seated figure is dressed in richly hued robes. The Mandarin duck insignia adorns...
Bold lines and a moody palette draw the viewer into this painting of two falcons by Charles Levier (1920-2003). Mid-20th Century. Oil on canvas. Signed on lower right. Signed and titled on back of canvas. The painting comes in a...
What's more adorable than this serenely sleeping cat! Painted by the late American artist Earl Swanigan. Acrylic on plywood. Signed on lower right.Dimensions:26 in. width21.75 in. height.25 in. depthCondition notes:In good condition. Nail hole marks at upper corners.