Represented Artists:




Bill Dunlap:

Bill Dunlap
Flame, 2016
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Bill Dunlap
Optics, 2016
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Bill Dunlap
You see, George, you’ve really had a wonderful life., 2016
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Bill Dunlap
Domination , 2016
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Bill Dunlap
Portrait of a Woman (After Raeburn), 2016
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Bill Dunlap
Vulnerability/In the Womb , 2016
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Bill Dunlap
Portrait , 2016
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Bill Dunlap
Give That Which Gave Thee Life , 2016
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Bill Dunlap
The Package Store, 2016
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Bill Dunlap
Upper East Side (Gold, Jewelry, & Shoe Repair), 2016
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Bill Dunlap
Portrait (After Raeburn) , 2016
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Bill Dunlap
Cathedral, 2016
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Bill Dunlap
M&M Bake Shop, 2016
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Bill Dunlap
Sidewalk Dining , 2016
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Bill Dunlap
Head , 2016
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Bill Dunlap
The L-Train, 2016
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Bill Dunlap
Poor Trait, 2016
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Bill Dunlap
Landscape (Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?) , 2016
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Bill Dunlap
Extreme Fear Can Neither Fight nor Fly, 2016
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Bill Dunlap
The Fall, 2016
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Bill Dunlap
A Week of Kindness , 2016
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Bill Dunlap
Rainy Night (Copenhagen), 2016
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Bill Dunlap
Can Man, 2016
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Bill Dunlap
Nude in Yellow Chair , 2016
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Bill Dunlap
Nude with Red Stripes , 2016
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Bill Dunlap
Nude in Green Chair , 2016
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Bill Dunlap
Nude in Blue Chair, 2015
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Bill Dunlap
Nude , 2015
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Bill Dunlap
Death in Chattanooga , 2015
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Bill Dunlap
Walter Scott Running , 2015
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Bill Dunlap
The Chair , 2015
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Bill Dunlap
The Death of Walter Scott, 2015
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Bill Dunlap
Defiance, 2015
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Bill Dunlap
The Death of Eric Garner, 2015
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Bill Dunlap
Portrait of Sandra Bland, 2015
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Bill Dunlap
The Crucifixion , 2015
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Bill Dunlap
The Zeppelin , 2015
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Bill Dunlap
Abstraction #1 (Chaos), 2015
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Bill Dunlap
Abstract #2 (Serenity) , 2015
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Bill Dunlap
Concrete Jungle, 2015
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Bill Dunlap
Portrait , 2015
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Bill Dunlap
Monk, 2015
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Bill Dunlap
The Beard, 2015
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Bill Dunlap
East Harlem, 2015
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Bill Dunlap
Chinatown, 2015
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Bill Dunlap
The Corner Store, 2015
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Bill Dunlap
Copenhagen, 2015
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Bill Dunlap
Portrait of a Fighter, 2015
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Bill Dunlap
Miranda (The Tempest), 2015
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Bill Dunlap
Kunst (Suite in Purple & Green), 2015
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Bill Dunlap
Seated Nude, 2015
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Bill Dunlap
The Blonde Bombshell, 2015
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Bill Dunlap
Nude (Green Stockings), 2015
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Bill Dunlap
Nude (Deprived of Other Banquet, I Entertained Myself), 2014
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Bill Dunlap
The Bath #2, 2014
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Bill Dunlap
Two Women, 2014
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Bill Dunlap
Self Portrait, 2014
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Bill Dunlap
The Villa of Mysteries , 2014
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Bill Dunlap
Cezanne, 2014
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Bill Dunlap
Seek Danger Find Fame, 2014
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Bill Dunlap
Of Her Particular Light I Keep One Ray, 2014
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Bill Dunlap
The Big Engine Called Bob Dylan, 2014
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Bill Dunlap
Generations Triptych , 2014
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Bill Dunlap
Woman, 2014
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Bill Dunlap
Man, 2014
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Bill Dunlap
Press Painting #1, 2014
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Bill Dunlap
Landscape #2, 2014
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Bill Dunlap
Landscape (Bright Day is Done and We are for the Dark), 2014
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Bill Dunlap
Landscape (Horizons), 2014
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Bill Dunlap
Black, White, and Cadmium Orange Landscape, 2014
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Bill Dunlap
Death of a Bebop Wife, 2013
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Bill Dunlap
America: Alone and in Groups, 2013
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Bill Dunlap
The Four Evangelists , 2013
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Bill Dunlap
The Bed, 2013
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Bill Dunlap
Crawl, 2012
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Bill Dunlap [b.1966] is a self-taught painter, sculptor, and multimedia artist whose works stand in direct discourse with old masters such as Rembrandt and Goya. Blurring the line between abstraction and figuration, Bill engages with a wide array of subject matter. From figures and landscapes to politically charged paintings that address sensitive issues such as police brutality, racial inequality, and domestic terrorism in the United States, Bill’s oeuvre makes him a unique participant in the ongoing dialogue between art history’s past and contemporary art history in the making. He selects his pallet depending on the subject matter of the work. Bill restricts himself to hues of black and white for his politically charged works, while employing brighter, more vivid colors for his playful nudes and vibrant landscapes. In his more recent bodies of work, “A Cruel Summer” and “Domination,” Bill fearlessly explores the seedy underbelly of contemporary American culture and society, forcing the viewer to confront these politically and sexually charged images head on.

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