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Zermatt Monotypes

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Peter Doig, Untitled, Zermatt #2

Untitled, Zermatt #2, 2021
Monotype
19 1/8 x 12 inches
PD1101

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Peter Doig, Untitled, Zermatt #1

Untitled, Zermatt #1, 2021
Monotype
19 1/8 x 12 inches
PD1100

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Peter Doig, Untitled, Zermatt #3

Untitled, Zermatt #3, 2021
Monotype
19 1/8 x 12 inches
PD1102

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Peter Doig, Untitled, Zermatt #4

Untitled, Zermatt #4, 2021
Monotype
19 1/8 x 12 inches
PD1103

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Peter Doig, Untitled, Zermatt #5

Untitled, Zermatt #5, 2021
Monotype
19 1/8 x 12 inches
PD1104

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Peter Doig, Untitled, Zermatt #6

Untitled, Zermatt #6, 2021
Monotype
19 1/8 x 12inches
PD1105

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Peter Doig, Untitled, Zermatt #7

Untitled, Zermatt #7, 2021
Monotype
19 1/8 x 12 inches
PD1106

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Peter Doig, Untitled, Zermatt #8

Untitled, Zermatt #8, 2021
Monotype
19 1/8 x 12inches
PD1107

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Peter Doig, Untitled, Zermatt #9

Untitled, Zermatt #9, 2021
Monotype
19 1/8 x 12 inches
PD1108

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Peter Doig, Untitled, Zermatt #2

Untitled, Zermatt #2, 2021
Monotype
19 1/8 x 12 inches
PD1101

Peter Doig, Untitled, Zermatt #1

Untitled, Zermatt #1, 2021
Monotype
19 1/8 x 12 inches
PD1100

Peter Doig, Untitled, Zermatt #3

Untitled, Zermatt #3, 2021
Monotype
19 1/8 x 12 inches
PD1102

Peter Doig, Untitled, Zermatt #4

Untitled, Zermatt #4, 2021
Monotype
19 1/8 x 12 inches
PD1103

Peter Doig, Untitled, Zermatt #5

Untitled, Zermatt #5, 2021
Monotype
19 1/8 x 12 inches
PD1104

Peter Doig, Untitled, Zermatt #6

Untitled, Zermatt #6, 2021
Monotype
19 1/8 x 12inches
PD1105

Peter Doig, Untitled, Zermatt #7

Untitled, Zermatt #7, 2021
Monotype
19 1/8 x 12 inches
PD1106

Peter Doig, Untitled, Zermatt #8

Untitled, Zermatt #8, 2021
Monotype
19 1/8 x 12inches
PD1107

Peter Doig, Untitled, Zermatt #9

Untitled, Zermatt #9, 2021
Monotype
19 1/8 x 12 inches
PD1108

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Zermatt Monotypes

An avid winter sportsman, Doig lived in Zermatt for six weeks in 2020 and for four months in 2021, working out of a studio on the mountain. With his inventive, painterly approach, the artist uses alpine imagery and traditional printmaking techniques to investigate landscape, material, and form. This series of monotypes features recurring motifs, including a cat and an airborne skier, suspended against a dramatic backdrop of snow-covered peaks. Together, this body of work pays homage to Doig’s passion for skiing and connection to Zermatt, while also referencing a rich tradition of alpine painting in Western art that began in the 15th century and was carried forward by masters such as Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Emil Nolde, and Ferdinand Holder.

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