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"Monk Watercolor" by Mark Tobey - Motivated
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Monk Watercolor

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Mark Tobey

Watercolor
Watercolor And Ink Drawing on Paper

Size: 10 x 6 in  |  25 x 15 cm

Framed: 14 x 10 in  |  36 x 25 cm

 
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LISTING INFO
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ARTIST BIO
Hand Signed : Lower Right Signed By Artist
Condition: Excellent
Framed with Glass : Floating in Wood Frame
Purchased from : Auction House 2011
Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage and Auction house paperwork
Mark Tobey

Art Brokerage has several originals by Mark Tobey. Mark Tobey was born in Centerville, Wisconsin in 1890. As a young man he went to Chicago and worked as an illustrator by day, attending the Chicago Art Institute by night. In 1911, he moved to New York's Greenwich Village and took up portrait painting. From 1931 to 1938, while artist-in-residence at Dartington Hall, a progressive school in England, Tobey met such intellectual leaders as Aldous Huxley and Rabindranath Tagore, the Indian mystic. In 1934, he went to the Far East, first studying brush-painting in Shanghai and then going on to Japan. A month-long stay in a Zen Buddhist monastery, meditating and studying calligraphy, proved to be the turning point in his artistic thinking. Despite the fact that he disliked cities, it was the urban congestion of New York City that Tobey interpreted in his earliest white-writing compositions. Although many thought him isolated from the mainstream of American art, he was not, and in his later years his influence became more and more apparent. In 1960, he moved to Basel, Switzerland, living and painting there until his death in 1976.

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