Critics and Curators Are Finally Coming Around to the Riotous Pop Paintings of Peter Saul. So Why Is the Market Still Lagging Behind?
The "patron saint" of Day-Glo colors is having quite a moment. Peter Saul, Ronald Reagan in Grenada (1984). Photo: Jeffrey Nintzel, courtesy Hall Art Foundation. Peter Saul doesn’t fall into any of the easy categories that often define an artist’s trajectory. He isn’t being rediscovered per se, nor is he underappreciated. He’s not really making a comeback, and he’s not a newfound influencer. Instead, Saul is a mix of all of the above. And he may be undervalued, too. At the age of 85, the artist, who has frequently been overlooked over the course of his six-decade career, just wrapped up a retrospective, “Peter Saul:
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