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Francesco Clemente's "Winter Flowers"

Francesco Clemente: Winter Flowers

LGDR & Wei is sharing a show of works by Francesco Clemente that were all produced in 2023, titled “Winter Flowers.” Building on the artist’s series of the same name, which originated in 2010 after his wife began the practice of picking blooms that survived the chill of a New York winter, Clemente’s botanical compositions represent beauty, resilience, presence, and pleasure. Painted on a series of large square canvases, the works feature a noteworthy color palette that has been carefully chosen from plant and vegetable pigments, which paint Clemente’s canvases with hues both vibrant and dull—like the largest canvas in the show, Winter Flowers XLIV (measuring 92 x 92 inches), which has been imagined in the grayscale, or an unrealistic but captivating selection of teal, orange, brown, and greenish yellows making up Winter Flowers XL.

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