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Chuck Close (b.1940)

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Dalai Lama
 Chuck Close 

Dalai Lama - click to enlarge

JAMES
 Chuck Close 

JAMES - click to enlarge

LESLIE (fingerprint)
 Chuck Close 

LESLIE (fingerprint) - click to enlarge

Lorna
 Chuck Close 

Lorna - click to enlarge

LUCAS
 Chuck Close 
 new edition 

LUCAS - click to enlarge

Lucus
 Chuck Close 

Lucus - click to enlarge

Phil
 Chuck Close 

Phil - click to enlarge

Phil
 Chuck Close 

Phil - click to enlarge

Phil (Philip Glass)
 Chuck Close 

Phil (Philip Glass) - click to enlarge

Renee Cox
 Chuck Close 

Renee Cox - click to enlarge

Self Portrait
 Chuck Close 

Self Portrait - click to enlarge

Self Portrait
 Chuck Close 

Self Portrait - click to enlarge

Self Portrait
 Chuck Close 

Self Portrait - click to enlarge

Self portrait
 Chuck Close 

Self portrait - click to enlarge

Self Portrait
 Chuck Close 

Self Portrait - click to enlarge

Self portrait
 Chuck Close 

Self portrait - click to enlarge

Self Portrait
 Chuck Close 

Self Portrait - click to enlarge

Self Portrait
 Chuck Close 

Self Portrait - click to enlarge

Self Portrait '15
 Chuck Close 

Self Portrait '15 - click to enlarge

Self Portrait (anamorphic)
 Chuck Close 

Self Portrait (anamorphic) - click to enlarge

Self Portrait II
 Chuck Close 

Self Portrait II - click to enlarge

Self Portrait II
 Chuck Close 

Self Portrait II - click to enlarge

Self Portrait/Scribble/Etching
 Chuck Close 

Self Portrait/Scribble/Etching - click to enlarge

Self-Portrait
 Chuck Close 

Self-Portrait - click to enlarge

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Biography

After studying at Yale University, Chuck Close moved to New York and came under the influence of photographic painter Claude Cahun. In the 1920’s, Close began to emulate his style, copying the tiniest of details from portrait photographs and applying them to his canvasses. In his later work, Close expands in photo-realism using finger-painting techniques, stippling, and collage.

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