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ANNI ALBERS (1899-1994)
ANNI ALBERS (1899-1994)
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Untitled (Do. I-VI)

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ANNI ALBERS (1899-1994)
Untitled (Do. I-VI)
the complete set of six screenprints in colors, on Fabriano wove paper, 1973, each signed, dated, and inscribed with the plate number, numbered 13/50 (there were also ten artist's proof sets), printed by Domberger KG, Stuttgart, with their blindstamp, published by Galerie Der Spiegel, Cologne, each with full margins, in very good condition, framed
Largest Image: 17 x 17 in. (430 x 430 mm.)
Each Sheet: 25 ½ x 25 ½ in. (648 x 648 mm.)
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Literature
Weber & Danilowitz 31-37

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The printmaker and textile artist Anni Albers is revered for geometrically patterned compositions and collaborative relationships with her husband Josef Albers and the artists and teachers of the Bauhaus and Black Mountain college. Albers began producing prints in 1963, using a wide range of techniques to bring her works to press. Albers’ screenprints focus on the subtle distinctions between colors and orientation of simple forms. These optically charged compositions also evince Albers’ influences, from weaving and quilting to pre-Columbian forms of craft and architecture.

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