CHARLES PACHTER "GRAY BARN" GICLEE PRINT
If we look at the history of 20th century Canadian art, significant artistic contribution often arrived in clusters, notably the Group of Seven, The Automatistes and Painters Eleven to mention a few.
Charles Pachter (b. 1942) is one of the most collected and cherished Canadian artists.
His accomplishments are even more impressive when we consider that he is not associated with any artists collective or even movement.
His iconic, uplifting and patriotic images have independently earned their place in the nation's museums and the Canadian art canon.
To laymen his work is accessible and beloved (how amazing is his hockey mural at Toronto's College Street subway station).
While Pachter’s work shares some characteristics with Jim Dine, David Hockney and even Andy Warhol, his voice is resoundingly singular and uniquely Canadian.
The Barn, along with Queen Elizabeth and the Moose, forms a triad of icons that Pachter has repeatedly visited over the course of his career.
It is arguably his most durable graphic creation. With confident colors and bold lines Pachter synthesizes a symbol of Canadiana.
Custom framing options available.
Additional images available on request.
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Giclee print on archival matte paper.
From an edition of 10.
Signed, numbered and dated 1999 by the artist
12"H 16"W (artwork)
Also available framed for $1,450