Art (1945-contemporary) > Abstract Art Post-War Josef Albers - Biography
White Line Square VII. 1966.
Lithograph in colors.
Danilowitz 171.7. Monogrammed and dated "A' 66" as well as titled "WLS-XII" and inscribed "Arist's proof VII". From an edition of 15 artist proofs aside from the edition. On Arches wove paper (with truncated watermark). 40 x 40 cm (15.7 x 15.7 in). Sheet: 53 x 53 cm (20,9 x 20,9 in).
Sheet 7 from the series "White Line Squares (Series I)". Printed by Kenneth Tyler with Jim Webb and Bernhard Bleha for Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles. Published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles (with the blindstamp). [JS].
• As of 1962 Albers attained his characteristic style: Bright, squared color modulations.
• In his paintings and color silkscreens from the signature series "Hommage to the square", Albers examined the interaction of unmixed colors which he coalesces in three to four squared color fields.
• Albers is a main representative of the American Hard Edge.
In good condition. Minimally discolored. Slightly crimped in places of corners.
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