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I have always loved his work, the atmosphere he creates is consistently strange.
Love how the Dalmatian really makes all the other colours stand out. Imagine if it wasn’t there...
Hans Heiner Buhr
very strange work - the girl preparing the Fishing rod - the alarming sea
i absolutely love Fischl's work!
Fischl can paint like hardly anyone can! and his odd stressed out people are perfect for the way we all feel now---
you're SPOT on, ha! Nothing without the Dalmation...
morten fangok olesen
painted after a photo, obviously...?
I first saw this in the Saatchi 24 years ago. I wrote a paper on it for Pat Utermolen's class at uni.
Wonder, how will it look like without a dog? ^_^
I took it out. Here you go:
I love how he pays attention to tan lines!
Reality or fiction that's the question in this work
I went to NSCAD when Eric was teaching. His work has changed as he has and all for the better. I have great admiration for his work and art practice.
abstract, oil, acylic.
Haven't seen much FIschel lately. Hope he's imprioved since he did this!
María Amelia Sanchez Pantusa
Se observa la tempestad del amor!
Rod Charlesworth Rod
who is driving the boat? Love the guy drinking the beer and the two guys in the rearground. What are they about t do?
hi simply beatiful they look so relaxed xx
Saw him at a party for Freya Hansel once in NYC. Smokin a big stogie back in the eighties. I've never thought too much off his work.
some old man! with a ton of naked chicks on his boat
LIKED THE WORK VERY MUCH
I wonder about his draughtsmanship sometimes -look at the waves.
Eric Fischl - The Old Man’s Dog and the Old Man’s Boat by stanley62 on Pictify