Afternoon Television1965 by Maxwell Hendler

The canvases that evoked the longest attention were those of the Super Realists, such as Maxwell Handler's "Afternoon Television," and Robert Bechtle's "Alameda Gran Torino," with their obsessive attention to detail. Young people stood before these and other seemingly lifelike representations of America for long moments, studying them as one might a map. (https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/lifestyle/1977/12/23/in-moscow-images-of-american-life/5da071a6-fcb4-4fb9-b37b-fc1d605964b3/?utm_term=.4ae0305cd2fa)
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Media: oil on wood
Dimensions (h/w/d): 10 12 (25 30)