"White Figures in Blue Triangles" Serigraph by Ernest Tino Trova
Signed and dated ’67 and numbered 64/75 Serigraph. Born in St. Louis on 1927, Ernest Trova was a self-educated artist with no formal training. When his father died after his high school graduation he went to work at a local department store as a window dresser. Ultimately, Trova’s trademark and best known work, the “Falling Man” may have been at least partially influenced from this early job working with mannequins. While his 1963 sold-out show at New York’s Pace Gallery was a success, it wasn’t until two years later when he began expressing the “Falling Man” in sculpture did he realize international recognition. Ernest Tino Trova sculptures and paintings are in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and the Tate Gallery, among others. 24.25" W x 24.25" H x 1.0" D – measures frame; image measures 22.75" W x 22.75" H.
- Depth: 1 Width: 24.25 Height: 24.25
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