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Images of Jackie Saccoccio, Portrait (Stubborn)
The composition centers on gray and light blue form which takes up much of the surface of a recta...
An abstract composition is dominated by a pale gray, water-splotched form that drips outward.
The composition centers on gray and light blue form which takes up much of the surface of a rectangular, portrait-oriented canvas. The wave-like blue paint is the topmost layer of a succession of mostly earth tone markings. Many layers of the paint run in drip formations at the edges. The direction of the drips is not consistent throughout the composition: rather the canvas appears to have been moved while the painting was in process, giving the painting a dynamic impression.
Jackie Saccoccio, American-Italian, b. 1963
Oil and mica on linen
106 3/16 × 79 1/16 in. (269.7 × 200.8 cm)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Restricted gift of Emerge, 2014.29
Photo: Nathan Keay
© MCA Chicago
Bright yellow organic shapes with black triangles of varying sizes appear in the foreground of th...
Bright yellow organic shapes with black triangles of varying sizes appear in the foreground of this painting, while red streaks and smeared handprints appear in the background.