Josef Albers

O-G
1967

Josef Albers, O-G
© The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

Screenprint on Mohawk Superfine Bristol Paper

Darstellung: 27,9 × 27,9 cm | 11 × 11 in
Blatt: 43,2 × 43,2 cm | 17 × 17 in

Signed and dated "A'67" also titled and "10-200" numbered

Edition of 140 signierte + 60 unsignierte Exemplare; Drucker: Sirocco Screenprint, New Haven; Herausgeber: Ives-Sillman, Inc., New Haven, für die Overbeck Gesellschaft Lübeck

Werkverzeichnis Danilowitz 2010 Nr. 177

Provenance

Sammlung Siegfried Grauwinkel, Berlin

Exhibitions
Literature
  • Brenda Danilowitz, „The Prints of Josef Albers. A Catalogue Raisonné 1915-1976“, Manchester 2010, no. 177

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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