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Agnes Martin

Untitled, from Stedelijk Museum , 1991

Lithograph on Vellum Parchment. Matted and framed
12 × 12 × 1/2 in
30.5 × 30.5 × 1.3 cm
This is an editioned multiple.
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Alpha 137 Gallery
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Publisher: Nemela & Lenzen GmbH, Monchengladback & Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam Matted and …

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Publisher: Nemela & Lenzen GmbH, Monchengladback & Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam Matted and framed in elegant blond wood frame with UV plexiglass.
Printer: Lecturis, Eindhoven
This exquisite lithograph on thin vellum parchment paper is based on Agnes Martin's painting, exhibited at the artist's Stedelijk …

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Print
Condition
Very good condition; not examined outside of original wood vintage frame (see photo)
Signature
Not signed
Certificate of authenticity
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Frame
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Publisher
Nemela & Lenzen GmbH, Monchengladback & Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Printer: Lecturis, Eindhoven
Agnes Martin
Canadian-American, 1912–2004
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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.”

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Publisher: Nemela & Lenzen GmbH, Monchengladback & Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam Matted and …

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Publisher: Nemela & Lenzen GmbH, Monchengladback & Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam Matted and framed in elegant blond wood frame with UV plexiglass.
Printer: Lecturis, Eindhoven
This exquisite lithograph on thin vellum parchment paper is based on Agnes Martin's painting, exhibited at the artist's Stedelijk …

Read more
Medium
Print
Condition
Very good condition; not examined outside of original wood vintage frame (see photo)
Signature
Not signed
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Included
Publisher
Nemela & Lenzen GmbH, Monchengladback & Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Printer: Lecturis, Eindhoven
Agnes Martin
Canadian-American, 1912–2004
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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.”

Agnes Martin

Untitled, from Stedelijk Museum , 1991

Lithograph on Vellum Parchment. Matted and framed
12 × 12 × 1/2 in
30.5 × 30.5 × 1.3 cm
This is an editioned multiple.
Sold
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
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