Orlando Museum of Art – Carl and Gini Weyand Gallery
January 8 – March 24, 2019
Throughout the ages, the human figure has appeared in art, from early cave paintings to today’s computer-generated images. A fundamental part of studio training to this day, figurative art is defined as any art which contains a reference to an object or figure (i.e., the human form) in the real world. Therefore, the only true constraint of the figurative genre is that the figure needs to be, to some extent, legible.
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Robert Combas’s Autoportrait en Cuiseur d’Oeuf (1984)
Adam Fuss’s Jim and Joe (2006)
Deborah Kass’s Making Men #4 (1992)
Peter Herrmann’s Matisse Lässt Nicht Locker (2006)