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Eric Doeringer Christopher Wool RIOT, 2005 Bootleg Appropriation Signed Dated

Eric Doeringer Christopher Wool RIOT, 2005 Bootleg Appropriation Signed Dated

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Eric Doeringer
Christopher Wool RIOT (from Bootleg Series), 2005
Acrylic on canvas
12 x 9 inches
Signed & dated in black felt-tip pen on verso
Stamped in black "ERIC DOERINGER WWW.ERICDOERINGER.COM" on verso.
Pristine condition

Eric Doeringer creates “bootlegs” which are appropriations of iconic artworks by well known and established artists. Before receiving International fame and numerous gallery exhibitions, Eric Doeringer who has an M.F.A. from Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, has been creating Bootlegs since 2001 when he began selling this innovative series of recreations by Artists like Elizabeth Peyton, John Currin, Damien Hirst, Keith Haring from a sidewalk stand he set up on West 24th street in Chelsea, adjacent to the galleries that showed similar artwork he was then appropriating. 

This Christopher Wool Bootleg painting on canvas is particularly innovative and desirable; first it is unique as it hand-painted, remarkably using the identical continuous painting method used by Christopher Wool. Also, this unique Eric Doeringer Appropriation is hand signed and dated in pen on the verso by Eric Doeringer; most Doeringer Bootlegs are ONLY stamped on the verso, and not signed.  

Eric Doeringer is a recognized as an acclaimed International Appropriation Artist who joins the ranks of esteemed Appropriation Artists such as Richard Pettibone, Richard Prince, Sturtevant and Mike Bidlo.

A similar size Eric Doeringer 2003 Bootleg Appropriation of Takashi Murakami canvas fetched $5,292 at Sotheby’s NY March 18, 2021.
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