A Man with a Problem, 1992

30" x 120" (76.5cm x 306cm)
four panels, oil on wood, sandblasted glass, bolts
All hats in this painting are taken from portraits by Rembrandt van Rijn. The text refers to Rembrandt's
clever studio practice of providing a variety of costumes from which his sitters could choose for their portrait.

Text: A man with a problem was worried. For his image he need a boost. "I'll commission a fabulous portrait.
Then I'd be what I'm not," he deduced.