2001, Oil/Canvas/Panel, 27'"x 24"
. . . "Perhaps Hrehov's most fully realized imaginative venture was to be found in a 27-by-33-inch canvas titled Insomnia. Between two pulled-back maroon curtains, on a maroon settee, sits an Ingreseque woman--Insomnia herself, perhaps--in a flowing purple gown. She regards the full moon overhead, the deep blue night, a field of pumpkins just outside her window. Here, wit is abandoned for sheer, contemplative magic."
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John Hrehov at Denise Bibro - New York
Art in America, Jan, 2003 by Gerrit Henry