Eric Fischl



Since the 1980s, Eric Fischl (b. 1948) has been renowned internationally as one of the most daring and distinct figurative artists. Over the course of his career, Fischl has branched out beyond painting to work in various mediums including sculpture, mosaic, and printmaking. 

Fischl gained international recognition in the early 1980s for depicting the daily activities of the suburban middle-class imbued with adolescent fantasies, sexual innuendos, and the threat of violence.  

Fischl has consistently engaged with the human figure, a defining element that recurs throughout his oeuvre. Moving beyond mere representation, the artist delves into the complexities of human consciousness, emotions, and contemporary societal structures through visceral explorations of the body.

"Arching Women" is an exceptional example of Fischl's sculpture. This brilliant work captures a nude woman poised on her toes, her head thrown back and elbows raised in the air. Completed in glass, "Arching Women" shares the delicate and ethereal qualities found in Fischl's watercolor painting, both of which demonstrate his profound mastery of light against the human form.

Fischl's work is represented in prestigious collections across the globe, including the Art Gallery of New South Wales (Sydney), the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Centre Georges Pompidou, (Paris), among others.

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"Untitled (Arching Woman)"

USA, 2011


From an edition of 10 

24"H 9"W (sculpture) 

Dimensions of base available by request

Very good condition.

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