About Jean-Michel Basquiat Candle – Return of The Central Figure (1983)
This Ligne Blanche Jean-Michel Basquiat Candle displays the iconic New York School Graffiti artist‘s work “The Return of The Central Figure” (1983). The porcelain candle holder is made in Limoges Porcelain, featuring the signature “Porcelain de Limoges”, which attests to its fine quality. In addition, the scented candle produced by Givaudan has a fragrance of amber, spices, incense and incense paper. Jean-Michel Basquiat emerged from the “Punk” scene in New York as a gritty, street-smart graffiti artist who successfully crossed over from his “downtown” origins to the international art gallery circuit. In a few fast-paced years, Basquiat swiftly rose to become one of the most celebrated, and possibly most commercially exploited American “naif” painters of the widely celebrated Neo-Expressionism art movement. Despite his work’s “unstudied” appearance, Basquiat very skillfully and purposefully brought together in his art a host of disparate traditions, practices, and styles to create a unique kind of visual collage, one deriving, in part, from his urban origins, and in another a more distant, African-Caribbean heritage. More details on Jean-Michel Basquiat Candle – The Return of The Central Figure (1983):
- Dimensions: 2.6″ x 2.6″ x 3.2″H inches
- Weight: 0.5 lbs
- Materials: (Candleholder) Limoges Porcelain, Scented Candle.
- Fragrance (By Givaudan): Amber, Spices, Incense and, Incense Paper.
- Porcelaine de Limoges, Made in France
- Basquiat, Jean-Michel. The Return of The Central Figure (1983)
- © Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat, Licensed by Artestar.