This KO motif has been prevalent in Quigley's boxing paintings since 1999 when he started the Skrapper paintings. The symbolic mystery creates an open forum and question of whether the fighter will rise and continue competing or fall to the more common path of exhaustion. Again like in most of his subject matter, this image can be an objective metaphor rhyme reflecting a variety of directions and walks in life.
Oil, oil crayon, pencil, charcoal on canvas
40 x 113” Framed by BordersFraming NY
Price Upon Request Karl Hutter Fine Art.