Josef Albers


Josef Albers, Allegro

Screenprint on Mohawk Superfine Bristol Paper

Image: 22,9 × 22,9 cm | 9 × 9 in
Sheet: 43 × 43 cm | 17 × 17 in

Signed, "61" dated, titled and numbered "102/300"

Edition of 300; Printer: R. H. Norton, New Haven; Editor: Ives-Sillman, Inc., New Haven für den Kunstverein Münster

This was Albers' first edition of "Homage to the Square" silkscreens

Catalogue Raisonné by Danilowitz 2010 no. 155


Private Collection North Rhine-Westphalia

  • Galerie Ludorff, KUNST MACHT GLÜCKLICH, Düsseldorf 2022
  • Galerie Ludorff, "KUNST MACHT GLÜCKLICH", Düsseldorf 2022, Nr. 42
  • Brenda Danilowitz, „The Prints of Josef Albers. A Catalogue Raisonné 1915-1976“, Manchester 2010, Nr. 155

About Josef Albers

As a teacher at Bauhaus and Black Mountain Collage, Josef Albers is regarded as an important pioneer of Op Art and color field painting. His oeuvre imperceptibly influences the abstract and concrete art.

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