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Art (1945-contemporary) > Abstract Art Post-War Paul Jenkins - Biography

Paul Jenkins - Watercolor

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Munich, Germany

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Phenomena True Pointed Treasure Map. 1980.
Bottom center signed. Signed, dated, titled and inscribed "St. Croix" on the reverse. On firm wove paper. 78 x 109.5 cm (30.7 x 43.1 in), size of sheet.
• The colors' liveliness makes for the sheets special appeal.
• Paul Jenkins is one of the most important representatives of Abstract Expressionism in the USA.
• After an intensive examination of Kant and Goethe, Jenkins began to make the Phenomena pictures in 1959.
• In 1964 Paul Jenkins showed works at documenta III, Kassel; and in 1972 the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art honored him with a grand retrospective.
• Works by the artist are at, among others, the Musée d'art contemporain, Montréal, the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, the National Museum of Art, Osaka and the MoMA, New York

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