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Adolph Gottlieb

Untitled, from Prints for Phoenix House, 1972

Etching and aquatint in colors, on wove paper, with full margins
32 × 24 in
81.3 × 61 cm
Edition 8/125
This is part of a limited edition set.
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Phillips

Property from the Estate of Martin Lipton, Boca Raton

Image: 23 5/8 x 17 3/4 in. (60 x 45.1 cm)

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Property from the Estate of Martin Lipton, Boca Raton

Image: 23 5/8 x 17 3/4 in. (60 x 45.1 cm)
Sheet: 32 x 24 in. (81.3 x 61 cm)

Signed, dated and numbered 8/125 in pencil, published by Brooke Alexander Gallery, New York, framed.

Adolph Gottlieb
American, 1903–1974
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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.

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About the work
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Phillips

Property from the Estate of Martin Lipton, Boca Raton

Image: 23 5/8 x 17 3/4 in. (60 x 45.1 cm)

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Property from the Estate of Martin Lipton, Boca Raton

Image: 23 5/8 x 17 3/4 in. (60 x 45.1 cm)
Sheet: 32 x 24 in. (81.3 x 61 cm)

Signed, dated and numbered 8/125 in pencil, published by Brooke Alexander Gallery, New York, framed.

Adolph Gottlieb
American, 1903–1974
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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.

Adolph Gottlieb

Untitled, from Prints for Phoenix House, 1972

Etching and aquatint in colors, on wove paper, with full margins
32 × 24 in
81.3 × 61 cm
Edition 8/125
This is part of a limited edition set.
Bidding closed
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