In the years from 1996 to 2000, Sultan created a large body of work with Kenneth Tyler. These prints, like the artist’s paintings, range from lyrical compositions of rich colour juxtaposed with deep pools of black, to precise botanical studies of insects and fruit.

Sultan was born in 1951 in North Carolina and completed his artistic training at the Art Institute in Chicago before relocating to New York. He is represented in the Kenneth Tyler Collection by over 150 prints.
Emilie Owens

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