"Late July II 1971" by Alex Katz - $4,000

"Late July II 1971"

1971

Alex Katz

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Lithograph

Size: 22.75 x 28.5 in  |  58 x 72 cm

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ARTIST BIO
handsigniert
Condition: Neuzustand
Ungerahmt
Provenance : The Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture,Private Collection. Lithograph printed in seven colors, a fine, fresh impression of the gray/chroma state (there was also a full-color version,) printed on Arches paper, to the edges, hand-signed and numbered in pencil by the artist, pulled in an edition of 120 examples (this is an artist proof annotated AP), printed by Bank Street Atelier, New York (now defunct), with their chop mark in the lower right, published by The Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegen, Maine, in fine condition, unframed.
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Alex Katz

Art Brokerage: Alex Katz American Artist: b. 1927. Alex Katz is one of the most innovative leaders in the return to figurative realism and representation among avant-garde artists in America and Europe today. By 1960, very early in Katz' career, Alex Katz had already found his original and poetic solution to the dilemma of choice between earlier, dominant abstraction and realism by giving primacy to style over subject matter. With considerable brilliance and expressive power, Alex Katz managed to synthesize the artistic impulses of his own era with an earlier modernism, forging elements of Abstract Expressionism with the elegant forms of Manet and Matisse, artists who also explored color and planes, who compressed volume into flatness, and yet evoked convincing weight, movement and the human personality in their paintings. Since the seventies, in particular, Alex Katz's paintings have drawn attention by reason of their large formats, simple reductions of form, abrupt and unexpected transitions, and for the suggestive metaphors embodied in his subject matter. Alex Katz unique style has managed the difficult feat of reconciling realism not only with mainstream modernism but with post modernism as well. On October 11, 1996, the Colby College Museum of Art in Waterville, Maine, opened a new wing dedicated to the work of Alex Katz. Alex Katz donated over 400 pieces to the Museum's collection, including major oil paintings, cutouts, collages, prints, and drawings. Listings wanted by Art Brokerage.

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