Aug 18, 2022 - Sale 2613

Sale 2613 - Lot 46

Price Realized: $ 7,500
?Final Price Realized includes Buyer’s Premium added to Hammer Price
Estimate: $ 3,000 - $ 4,000

MARK BEARD (1956 - )

Two Rowers, 1936.
Oil on cotton canvas, 914x609 mm; 36x24 inches. Signed in oil, upper left. 1998.

Provenance: Wessel + O' Connor Gallery, New York, with gallery label on the frame back.

Born in Salt Lake City, Mark Beard uses multiple aliases to create various styles and methods of expression. Bruce Sargeant, Hippolyte-Alexandre Michallon, and Brechtoldt Streeuwitz are three alter egos that allow him to create. Sargeant, a fictional 20th-century British painter, creates homoerotic works that venerate the male physique. In addition to painting, he is a noted stage set designer, having designed more than 20 theatrical sets in New York, London, Cologne, Vienna, and Frankfurt.