Agnes Martin, ‘Paintings And Drawings: Stedelijk Museum Portfolio, The Complete Portfolio Of Ten Works Plus Two Part Exhibition Catalogue’, 1990-1991, Freeman's
Agnes Martin, ‘Paintings And Drawings: Stedelijk Museum Portfolio, The Complete Portfolio Of Ten Works Plus Two Part Exhibition Catalogue’, 1990-1991, Freeman's
Agnes Martin, ‘Paintings And Drawings: Stedelijk Museum Portfolio, The Complete Portfolio Of Ten Works Plus Two Part Exhibition Catalogue’, 1990-1991, Freeman's
Agnes Martin, ‘Paintings And Drawings: Stedelijk Museum Portfolio, The Complete Portfolio Of Ten Works Plus Two Part Exhibition Catalogue’, 1990-1991, Freeman's
Agnes Martin, ‘Paintings And Drawings: Stedelijk Museum Portfolio, The Complete Portfolio Of Ten Works Plus Two Part Exhibition Catalogue’, 1990-1991, Freeman's
Agnes Martin, ‘Paintings And Drawings: Stedelijk Museum Portfolio, The Complete Portfolio Of Ten Works Plus Two Part Exhibition Catalogue’, 1990-1991, Freeman's
Agnes Martin, ‘Paintings And Drawings: Stedelijk Museum Portfolio, The Complete Portfolio Of Ten Works Plus Two Part Exhibition Catalogue’, 1990-1991, Freeman's
Agnes Martin, ‘Paintings And Drawings: Stedelijk Museum Portfolio, The Complete Portfolio Of Ten Works Plus Two Part Exhibition Catalogue’, 1990-1991, Freeman's
Agnes Martin, ‘Paintings And Drawings: Stedelijk Museum Portfolio, The Complete Portfolio Of Ten Works Plus Two Part Exhibition Catalogue’, 1990-1991, Freeman's
Agnes Martin, ‘Paintings And Drawings: Stedelijk Museum Portfolio, The Complete Portfolio Of Ten Works Plus Two Part Exhibition Catalogue’, 1990-1991, Freeman's

1990-1991, from the edition of 2,500 printed by Lecturis, Eindhoven and published by Nemela & Lenzen GmbH, Monchengladback and Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam for Agnes Martin's 1991 retrospective at the Stedelijk Museum, the complete portfolio 10 lithographs loose (as issued) within original slipcase and accompanied by a two-part catalogue produced for the exhibition.

sheets: 11.75 x 11.75 in (29.8 x 29.8cm)
album: 12 x 12 in (30.5 x 30.5cm)
(10 + album)

About Agnes Martin

Agnes Martin built her oeuvre around the search for sublime beauty and serenity, following her belief that “art is the concrete representation of our most subtle feelings.” Her fine-lined grids, bands, and square blocks of pale, lightly applied color fused the emotional resonance of Abstract Expressionism with the spare purity of Minimalism. Martin’s mastery of line and grid was a great source of inspiration to artists like Eva Hesse and Ellen Gallagher, and her work is often discussed alongside Sol LeWitt’s famed wall drawings. The square is integral to Martin’s work, both as the shape of her canvases and as an enduring motif, influenced by the Taoist pursuit of balance and harmony. “My paintings are not about what is seen,” she said. “They are about what is known forever in the mind.”

Canadian-American, 1912-2004, Macklin, Canada, based in New York, New York