Everybody's Book Shop by Robert Cottingham
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Everybody's Book Shop 1975

Robert Cottingham

47 ⨯ 46 cm
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About the artwork

medium: Lithograph
Size: 457x465mm
edition size: 200
printer: Landfall Press, Sante Fe, USA
year: 1975
signature: lower right in pencil

About the Artist

Robert Cottingham is an American Contemporary artist, born in 1935 in Brooklyn (New York). After studying art at Brooklyn’s Pratt Institute, he started his career in advertising in the early 1960s. In 1964 Cottingham moved to Los Angeles. Fascinated by the different environment of the West Coast metropolis, he began to commit to painting. In 1968, he ended his advertising career and devoted all his time to painting. In the late 1960s, he started using photography in his painting practice. Important sources of inspiration in Cottingham’s work are the paintings of Pieter Mondrian, Edward Hopper, Stuart David, Charles Demuth and Marsden Hartley. A lot of his paintings and prints represent the architecture and commercial signage of “downtown America” in the forties and fifties.