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Kent Monkman

Kent Monkman

How the West Was Won

Edition Size: 30

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How the West Was Won, a copperplate etching hand-painted in watercolor by the artist, explores themes central to Kent Monkman's work. In a practice spanning more than two decades, Monkman has challenged colonial power dynamics, often reversing the stereotypical roles of Indigenous-settler relationships in cheeky encounters set against majestic North American landscapes. Early examples of this include: Ceci n'est pas une pipe (2001), Heaven and Earth (2001), and Cree Master 1 (2002). How the West Was Won engages these themes within the iconography of the American West – Monkman's alter ego Miss Chief Eagle Testickle dominates a cowboy against the backdrop of a desert, an open sky, and the imposing sandstone buttes of Monument Valley.

Work

Year: 2024

Medium: Copper plate etching with watercolor on Acid-Free Paper with deckled edges

Dimensions

  • Sheet: 11 x 9.25 in. (27.9 x 23.5 cm)
  • Image: 6 x 6 in. (15.2 x 15.2 cm)

Please note prints are sold unframed

Authenticity: Hand-signed and dated (Monkman 24) in watercolor on the recto. Hand-signed, titled, dated, and numbered on the verso.

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Estimated Delivery: May 2024

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