LOUISE NEVELSON "VIETNAM" SERIGRAPH, 1967
Caviar20 has a particular interest in sculptors also working directly with, or expanding their practice, with printmaking.
Louise Nevelson, is an obvious favorite of ours. We respond to her timeless aesthetic and singularity.
This silkscreen, executed on a resin covered paper, is a paradigm of her work. Her haunting and ambiguous sculptural forms overlap creating a new mysterious further abstracted form.
Executed as a fundraiser against the Vietnam war, this work was included in the Artists & Writers Protest portfolio and included other New York artists such as Mark di Suvero, Leon Golub and Ad Reinhardt amongst others.
An excellent work whether for an existing Nevelson collection or the aspiring collector.
This work is in the permanent collection of Binghampton Universtiy (NY), the Sheldon Museum of Art and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
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Signed and numbered 38/100 by the artist.
Serigraph on resin paper
28"H 15.5"W (framed)