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"Green Foreground 1972" by Adolph Gottlieb - Reduced Again
Green Foreground 1972 Limited Edition Print by Adolph Gottlieb
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Adolph Gottlieb

"Green Foreground 1972"

1972
  • Limited Edition Print : Lithograph

    Size : 27x36 in  |  69x91 cm
    Framed : 32x40 in  |  81x102 cm
    Edition : From the edition of 150

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Hand Signed : Lower Left in Pencil
Condition : Excellent - You must detail any flaws completely in the text box
Framed with Glass : Enter details & location: Lower right in pen, lowe
Purchased from : Private Collector 2014
Provenance / History : Purchased from private collector
Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
LID : 80501
Adolph Gottlieb - United States

Art Brokerage: Adolph Gottlieb American Artist: b. 1903-1974. Adolph Gottlieb was born in New York and studied at a number of art schools in the early Twenties. From 1935 to 1940 he exhibited his work with the Expressionist group known as The Ten which included Mark Rothko as one of its members. Around this time he also participated in the Federal Arts Project set up to support artists during the difficult Depression years. After he moved to the Arizona desert in 1937 his work became more Surrealist and upon moving back to New York two years later he met a number of European Surrealists who introduced him to the concept of the subconscious and the importance it can play in one's work. Gottlieb's 'Pictographs' (1941-1951) series was his first fully realised work. It was the first time that he incorporated mythology into his painting through his use of various symbols arranged in a grid-like format. From 1951 to 1957 he worked on his 'Imaginary Landscapes' series featuring shapes suggesting the night sky amidst heavy brushstrokes. His 'Bursts' (1957-1974) series also drew inspiration from the stars above this time creating a more immediate dramatic effect. Gottlieb is regarded as one of the leading Abstract Expressionists.

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