|TYPE:||Giclee on 330gsm 100% Archival Cotton Paper|
|SIZE:||19 x 20 Inches|
|RELEASE DATE: Mar 18 2011|
The somber expression of the gentleman hints at a mood of ennui; he is "whole" and "transparent" at the same. The cigarette seems forgotten and the black descending vertical off-center from his face implies a casual disinterest in whatever he may be hearing. Not to suggest that Kinsey is being derivative, but here is a disciplined and imaginative style that prompts favorable comparison to the post-war German expressionists or the visceral (albeit less horrific) immediacy of Francis Bacon.