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Eddy's earliest pieces were mix-media works of wood, cast plaster, and oil paint that conveyed the influence of Pop Art, particularly the sculpture of Marisol and the still-lifes of Tom Wesselmann. From these works, Eddy progressed to "cut-out," hard-edged, highly realistic paintings of irrationally juxtaposed forms that seemed to be influenced by the Surrealism of René Magritte.
Artform: PAINTING, DRAWING AND GRAPHIC ARTS, 20th and 21st Centuries
Artist: Eddy, Don
Artist Dates: born 1944
Country/Culture: United States
Period: 20th century
Medium: lithograph on paper
Size: 84 x 66 cm
Subject: Still Life
Style: New Realism
Museum: Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio
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