Untitled (Battle Scene)

Untitled (Battle Scene)

1999
Artist
Nicole Eisenman, American, French, 1965
Born: Verdun-sur-Garonne, France
Work Locations: New York, NY
Country
United States
Object
painting
Medium
Oil paint on wood panel
Accession Number
2001.718
Credit Line
Gift from Vicki and Kent Logan to the Collection of the Denver Art Museum
Nicole Eisenman (American, French). Untitled (Battle Scene). 1999. Oil paint on wood panel. Gift from Vicki and Kent Logan to the Collection of the Denver Art Museum. 2001.718.
Dimensions
image height: 42 7/8 in, 108.9025 cm; image width: 55 7/8 in, 141.9225 cm
Department
Modern and Contemporary Art
Collection
Modern and Contemporary Art
This object is currently on view

In nearly all of her paintings, drawings, and installations, Nicole Eisenman relentlessly, but humorously, explores issues of sexual politics.

Untitled (Battle Scene) shows a writhing swarm of women attacking one another — no longer victims as in the famous Peter Paul Rubens painting, The Rape of the Sabine Women, but rather as perpetrators of their own self-destruction. 

 

© Nicole Eisenman

Exhibition History
  • "Focus: The Figure"—Denver Art Museum, 08/09/2008 - 02/2011
  • “Disruption: Works from the Vicki and Kent Logan Collection” — Denver Art Museum, 1/13/2022