SOREL ETROG "HINGESCAPE DRAWING" 1975
In the 1970's Sorel Etrog was consumed with drawing. It was one of the most prolific and focused parts of his incredible output.
In addition his "Bulls" series, Etrog was occupied by "Hingescapes" during the mid-seventies.
Possibly inspired by M.C. Escher (1898-1972), Etrog's "Hingescapes" were architectural, highly intricate and like the best of his work rich in metaphor.
Sorel Etrog (1933 - 2014) is arguably Canada's most famous sculptor. His work can be found in numerous museum and private collections including the Tate, the AGO and LACMA.
His public sculptures can be found on iconic corners in Toronto, Montreal, Israel and beyond.
This drawing is a rare example of one of Etrog's "Hingescape" drawings to come on the market.
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Charcoal and mixed media on paper
Signed by the artist
25.5"W 19.5"H (work)
30"W 24"H (framed)
Framed with museum glass.
Very good condition.