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The Chrysler Building By Michael Kidd

The Chrysler Building By Michael Kidd

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Title: The Chrysler Building

Artist: Michael Kidd

Size: 54.0cm x 41.0cm

Type: Limited Edition

Subject: Urban

Medium: Print

Mounted: No

Framed: No


This is a limited edition of 125 (this is no. 17). This piece will be supplied rolled up in a tube. If you would like us to mount and or frame the piece, please get in touch to discuss options and get a quote.

Michael Kidd was born in London in 1937. He studied at Wimbledon School of Art where he gained a scholarship to the Royal College of Arts. Fellow art students included the film director Ridley Scott and artist David Hockney. After leaving the Royal College of Art Kidd worked as an art director in some of London's leading advertising agencies before moving the USA.

From 1981 Michael Kidd began painting between film shoots. Slowly painting became more important to him and more people started to buy his modern art. As a result, Kidd eventually gave up directing to become a full-time artist.

All of Michael Kidd's modern artwork shows a strong imaginative streak, quirky at times, surreal at others. Kidd tends to produce paintings on themes - gardens, chateaux, coastal, cities, whatever subject holds his interest.

Michael Kidd says he tends to 'think in terms of numbers'. He is fascinated by 'patterns and mathematics, the poetry of the indecipherable'. Kidd's modern art shows his characteristic pleasure with what he calls 'playing with different perspectives - giving the illusion of the reality and keeping it simple'.

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