PETER DOIG "ICE RINK" C-PRINT, 2000
In 2007, Peter Doig (b. 1959) became a household name when his painting “White Canoe” sold for $11.3 million at auction, setting the record at the time for the highest auction price by a living European artist. And if that number sounds surprising, his paintings continue to surpass that record; most recently in November 2021, when "Swamped" sold for $39.8 million at auction.
Sales records aside, by the age of 50, Doig had major retrospectives at the Tate Britain, the Paris Museum of Modern Art, and the Montreal Museum of Fine Art. Needless to say, he is an artist with major international acclaim.
Doig’s imagery has attracted fans from all corners of the world. Not surprisingly, the artist has been influenced by his own international experiences, having lived in Canada, the United Kingdom, and Trinidad.
"Ice Rink" comes from a series of nine photographs created by the artist that offers a glimpse into his creative process.
While Doig could be associated with landscape painting, his interest in leisure and sports enable him to help evolve the genre. His landscapes go beyond mere scenery, often presenting elements of recreation and play in his distinct contemporary expressionist style.
In this image, Doig offers the expanse of a winter landscape from an aerial perspective. Captured between barren trees, we find a man shoveling the contours of a skating rink. While Doing hints at human engagement throughout this series, he rarely includes their physical presence. This stands as a rare example where their impact and involvement in the landscape are clear.
Over the course of his career, Doig has created a limited number of editioned works. To our knowledge, this is his first and only release of photographs. Not only is this from the first chapter of his illustrious career but also released in a very limited edition of 12.
Doig's works can be found in prominent public collections globally, including the Tate Modern (London), the Art Institute of Chicago, the Centre Pompidou (Paris), and the National Gallery of Canada.
Untitled ("Ice Rink")
Fuji Crystal Archive C-prints on PE-paper
Signed, dated, and numbered by the artist on verso
From an edition of 12
40"W 26.5"H (work)
Very good condition
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