Create your first list.

A way to share and manage lots.

  • Provenance

    Anton Kern Gallery, New York

  • Catalogue Essay

    Painter Eberhard Havekost utilizes media imagery and his own photography as the starting point for his object-based paintings. His banal subjects, such as dilapidated structures, vehicles, or interior scenes with figures, are processed through a number of filters before the final image is achieved. The compositions tend to be photographic - cropped, close-up, or with an exaggerated perspective - and are distorted with computer effects that may flatten or distort space, or alter contrast. This imagery in turn becomes abstracted during the painting process through the reduction of form, emphasis on schematic design, and flat planes of color executed with spare and deliberate brushstrokes.
    B. Roberts, ed., Constructing New Berlin, Munich, 2006, p. 17

276

Regal (Shelf)

2002
Oil on canvas.
37 3/8 x 70 7/8 in. (94.9 x 180 cm).
Signed, titled and dated “Havekost Regal DD02” on the reverse.

Estimate
£25,000 - 35,000 ≠ ♠ †

Sold for £42,000

Contemporary Art Evening Sale

Evening Sale
13 October 2007, 4pm
London