Richard Mock

Man Perceiving

screen print
Edition: 20, 6 AP
Image: 30"h X 22"w
5 colors on Rives BFK
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Richard Mock’s Man Perceiving came from a series of drawings related to his mural at the Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City and a related group of paintings. The ground is aluminum powder.

Richard is well known for his prolific production of editorial linocuts chronicling a clear eye on world events. These prints have been seen on the Op-Ed page of the New York Times, in the Wall Street Journal and fifty politically oriented journals around the world. He was commissioned by the United Nations to produce a series of graphics dealing with issues such as child abuse, population control & AIDS prevention.