Unframed erotic lithograph of a female nude with stockings, numbered 9/15, signed and dated in pencil lower right: R. Colescott '89. Robert Colescott was known for his satirical, politicized paintings and his expressive style, often conveying comical, exuberant, or bitter reflections on being African American. From his beginnings as an abstract artist, Colescott eventually adopted a figurative style, which he used to explore race relations, often in domestic and sexual contexts. Throughout his long and prolific career, his works adhered to a distinctly political, multicultural agenda; his subject matter often distorted or destabilized the visual signifiers of gender and race. During his time in residence at Tamarind, Colescott created a series of figurative prints addressing interracial relationships and sexual or otherwise intimate encounters.
16 1/2 x 12 in.
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