Two large seriegraphic artposters printed on goldfoil and silverfoil by Louise Nevelson on the occasion of her 1977 exhibition at PACE, Columbus.
Size: 65 x 66 cms
Produced for the Pace Gallery in Columbia, Ohio
The gold version was produced in an edition of 2000, the silver version in an edition of 1000.
Condition: These works are in very good condition, have never been framed. Will make a unique item when mounted and framed.
Shipping: Will be carefully packaged and sent by insured and registered mail.
Louise Nevelson (1899–1988)
Nevelson moved to New York City in 1920, where she later studied at the Art Students League (1929–30) under the tutelage of Kenneth Hayes Miller. She continued her education by studying with Hans Hoffman in Munich and working as an assistant to Diego Rivera prior to participating in her first group exhibition organized by the Secession Gallery at the Brooklyn Museum in 1935. As a part of the Works Progress Administration, Nevelson taught art at the Education Alliance School of Art and received her first solo exhibition at the Nierendorf Gallery in New York City. During the mid-Fifties that she produced her first series of black wood landscape sculptures. Shortly thereafter, three New York City museums acquired her work: the Whitney Museum of American Art purchased Black Majesty (1956), The Brooklyn Museum purchased First Personage (1957), and The Museum of Modern Art purchased Sky Cathedral (1958). Pace has represented Nevelson's estate since 1963.
- Louise Nevelson
- PACE Columbus
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- 65×66 cm
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