Robert Fisch (Hungarian/American, 1925-2022). Gouache on paper painting depicting an abstract white shape against a black background. Signed along the lower right. Fisch was a Holocaust survivor and world-renowned pediatrist as well as an artist and author. He studied art at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD), conceived of the Minnesota History exhibit "The Value of One Life," exhibited at the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia), and the Weisman Art Museum in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He died on his 97th birthday in 2022.Height: 22 1/2 in x width: 15 in.
No visible tears, creases, or losses. Wear along four margins, most likely to be original to the artistic practice. Surface stretches throughout the recto. Throughout the recto, there is a network of minute white spots that show underlying paper and are not completely covered with paint, which appears to be original. To the center of the image, there is an unevenness to the black pigment; however, it does not appear to be a restoration. No visible sign of restoration under UV light. Along the verso, front image lines have been transmitted; please see the listing image. Along the lower margin, there is a minute paint mark, which does not affect the recto.
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