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"Untitled Woodblock Print 1987" by Joel Shapiro - On Fibrous Japanese Paper $2,950
Untitled Woodblock Print 1987 Limited Edition Print by Joel Shapiro
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Joel Shapiro

"Untitled Woodblock Print 1987"

1987
  • Limited Edition Print : Hand Pulled Woodblock on Fibrous Japanese Paper

    Size : 18.5x21 in  |  47x53 cm
    Edition : From the edition of 27

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Hand SignedHand-Signed in Pencil/Graphite By the Artist Numbered And Dated '87  
Condition Excellent 
Not Framed 
Purchased fromPublisher 1991 
Provenance / HistoryU.L.A.E. 
Story / Additional InfoPrinter / Publisher: Universal Limited Art Editions (U.L.A.E. / ULAE) Untitled (ULAE Catalogue No. 8) 1987 
Certificate of AuthenticityArt Brokerage 
LID120270
Joel Shapiro - United States

Art Brokerage: Joel Shapiro American Artist: b. 1941 He is an American sculptor renowned for his work composed of simple rectangular shapes. His early work is characterized by some by its small size, but Shapiro has discounted this perception, describing his early works as, all about scale and the small size was an aspect of their scale. He described scale as a very active thing that is changing and altering as time unfolds, consciously or unconsciously, and, "a relationship of size and an experience. You can have something small that has big scale. In these works he said that he was trying "to describe an emotional state, my own longing or desire. He also said that during this early period in his career he was interested in the strategies of artists Robert Morris, Richard Serra, Carl Andre, and Donald Judd.

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