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Collected Work — 2008–2018

by Aaron Nagel

In his first monograph, figurative oil painter Aaron Nagel highlights 10 years of work, dating back to his first gallery shows. Featuring over 60 paintings, this hardcover book tells the story the artist's process and his relationship to the models, some of whom are portrayed in print editions previously sold on 1xRUN. To celebrate the book release, we're partnering up with Nagel to release two new editions in combination with a limited quantity of signed books!

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Aaron Nagel Reveals 10 Years of Collected Work in New Art Book
"Collected Work 2008 – 2018 covers almost exactly 10 years of work, beginning with my first gallery shows. There are over 60 paintings featured, along with as many detail and progress shots as I could fit. I also tried to include some insight into the models whom I have worked with over the years, and what makes the artist-muse relationship so important. There are also secret codes." – Aaron Nagel
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"Collected Work 2008 – 2018 covers almost exactly 10 years of work, beginning with my first gallery shows. There are over 60 paintings featured, along with as many detail and progress shots as I could fit. I also tried to include some insight into the models whom I have worked with over the years, and what makes the artist-muse relationship so important. There are also secret codes.

"Both Division and Tomb do a really good job of representing very different time periods of my painting. Tomb was part of a series where I painted the same model on the same couch three different times. These pieces were all large scale and painted with very warm flesh tones on cooler backgrounds. As compared with Division, Tomb is much more loosely painted — bigger brush strokes but few layers." – Aaron Nagel


To find out more read our exclusive interview with Aaron Nagel at News.1xRUN.com
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