Chair II is the second in a series of oil paintings on wood, depicting a female nude with distorted perspective and a chair. The figure and the chair have exaggerated perspective, yet retain equilibrium. The figure and chair are painted with thin glazes of paint; this is highlighted by the thickly painted background, with visible brushstrokes in a deep green hue.
Reverberating contour lines have been scratched into the background, repeating the line of the figure over and over.
oil paint, pencil, wood