Vintage Glam Nagel print, girl with sunglasses
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$125. Vintage Glam Nagel print, girl with sunglasses, c 1983.
Cream, beige, burgundy, black colors. Bottom says “Patrick Nagel. Paintings. Graphics. Mirage”. Black metal frame. Perfect for your gallery wall. Very good condition. Dealer 18
L= 34” W= 1” H= 23.25”
Patrick Nagel (November 25, 1945 – February 4, 1984) was an American artist. He created popular illustrations on board, paper, and canvas, most of which emphasize the female form in a distinctive style descended from Art Deco. The "Nagel woman" was developed over time and increased in popularity after Nagel began publishing his work with Playboy. The concept is reportedly derived from important female figures in Nagel's life, which includes his wives, mother, daughter, and a childhood friend. His figures tend to have black hair, bright white skin, full-lipped mouths, and distinctive eyes, which are often squared off in the later works.
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