Adolph Gottlieb, ‘Guild Hall is for Everyone (De-accessioned from the Denver Art Museum)’, 1970, Alpha 137: Prints & Exhibition Ephemera III
Adolph Gottlieb, ‘Guild Hall is for Everyone (De-accessioned from the Denver Art Museum)’, 1970, Alpha 137: Prints & Exhibition Ephemera III
Adolph Gottlieb, ‘Guild Hall is for Everyone (De-accessioned from the Denver Art Museum)’, 1970, Alpha 137: Prints & Exhibition Ephemera III

Rare vintage offset lithograph poster. Donated by DLA Piper Law Firm to the Denver Art Museum. Deaccessioned from the Denver Art Museum. Framed. -
-Courtesy of Alpha 137 Gallery

Publisher: Guild Hall Museum, New York

Deaccessioned from the Denver Art Museum.

About Adolph Gottlieb

Recognized as one of the originators of Abstract Expressionism, painter Adolph Gottlieb drew on mythological and tribal symbols as well as Surrealism to create works that emphatically broke with American Regionalism. Gottlieb’s pictographs possessed primitivist qualities, featuring shapes evocative of cave drawings. His later paintings, such as the well-known Brink from 1959, often employed circular motifs and thick, gestural brushstrokes, which were an integral part of the development of Color Field painting.

American, 1903-1974, New York, New York