Tudlik's early print shows no conception of perspective. The hunter's two arms are of wildly different lengths; there is no demarcation between the hunter on top of the ice and the seal underneath the ice; the coiled rope attached to the harpoon is deconstructed into a series of concentric lines. And yet the image is compelling.
Tudlik | Man Killing Seal | 1961 | Alaska on Madison
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