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Flurry, 1967

Flurry, 1967 by Adolph Gottlieb is no longer available

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Adolph Gottlieb

Flurry, 1967

Screenprint in colours on wove paper with full margins
Artwork size: 55.88 x 76.2 cm (22 x 30 in). Frame: 79 x 99 x 2.86 cm (31.125 x 39.125 x 1.125 in), Framed with Plexiglass
Edition of 75
Limited Edition
Signed and dated in pencil on lower right of recto; numbered in pencil on lower left of recto
Very good condition; even toning throughout.

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Published by Marlborough Graphics, New York

Adolph Gottlieb was an early pioneer of Abstract Expressionism, advocating for the unique ability of abstraction to convey honest emotion during the turmoil of World War II.

In “Flurry,” two round irregular forms sit above frantic black marks. Much of the print is sparse, allowing the extant shapes to interact with the space in a primal and emotionally resonant way.

Unlike many other abstractionists, Gottlieb didn’t claim to work from scenes of nature or life—rather, he was inspired by art history and his personal emotions.

About The Artist - Adolph Gottlieb


Very good condition; even toning throughout.

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