Anne Sexton

Anne Sexton is an original artwork realized by the Italian artist and photographer Angelo Cricchi in 2009.

Digital print from negative film 6x6.

Hand-signed, dated, and numbered by the artist on the back. The stamp of the artist is also present on back. Edition of 5 unique specimens.

The artwork is one of the photographs of the series Gloomy Sunday realized by the artist in the second half of the 2000s.

The scene is tragic: she is the American poetess Anne Sexton (Newton, 1928 - Weston, 1974), who committed suicide after a tormented life. The photo shows the interior of the car, in which Anne Sexton died by inhaling its toxic gas. She became the icon of "Confessional Poetry".

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Artist Angelo Cricchi
Typology Original Photographs
Technique Photo
Year 2009
Editor No
Image Dimensions (cm) No
Dimensions (cm) 35 x 35
Subject Literature, Portraits, Women

Anne Sexton is an original artwork realized by the Italian artist and photographer Angelo Cricchi in 2009.

Digital print from negative film 6x6.

Hand-signed, dated, and numbered by the artist on the back. The stamp of the artist is also present on back. Edition of 5 unique specimens.

The artwork is one of the photographs of the series Gloomy Sunday realized by the artist in the second half of the 2000s.

This artwork represents a sensual and beautiful woman in a car. The scene is tragic: she is the American poetess Anne Sexton (Newton, 1928 - Weston, 1974), who committed suicide after a tormented life. The photo shows the interior of the car, in which Anne Sexton died by inhaling its toxic gas. The poetess created important collections of poems; the most famous is Love Poems (1969). She became the icon of "Confessional Poetry".

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