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© Giorgio De Gaspari, Above Suspicion, c.1960s

Above Suspicion

c.1960s, acrylic and pencil and board

Above Suspicion, a 1941 novel by Helen MacInnes was made into a film in 1943, starring Joan Crawford.  This is an example of how De Gaspari often used blocks of colour to focus his cover illustrations and his distinctive experiments with texture: layering different types of paper and sometimes even scratching the surfaces or rubbing sand into images.

The original painting is approximately 39 cm wide x 55 cm tall. 

The artwork is float mounted on to conservation grade mountboard and presented in a white wooden box frame glazed with anti-reflective glass.


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