Alfred Jensen, ‘Three Prints from Portfolio’, 1973, Rago
Alfred Jensen, ‘Three Prints from Portfolio’, 1973, Rago
Alfred Jensen, ‘Three Prints from Portfolio’, 1973, Rago
Alfred Jensen, ‘Three Prints from Portfolio’, 1973, Rago

32.25" x 31.375" (sight, each)

Signature: Each signed, dated and numbered 18/150

Publisher: Pace Editions, Inc., New York

Property from the Collection of an Important American Corporation

About Alfred Jensen

The paintings of Abstract Expressionist Alfred Jensen are based on complex systems of thought, from Pythagorean mathematics and astronomy to ancient Chinese and Mayan calendars. Jensen’s oeuvre is characterized by geometric order and symmetry, using bold, copious impasto color, often without the use of a brush. Common motifs in Jensen’s work are concentric shapes and checkerboards, rendered in unconventional combinations of color and resolutely flat. Occasionally featuring numeric symbols and incongruously informal cursive script, Jensen’s paintings connect his interest in ancient metaphysics with his innovative technique.

American, 1903-1981, Guatemala City, Guatemala

Group Shows

2016
Jason McCoy Gallery, 
New York,
The Architecture of Line: Sol LeWitt, Donald Judd, Leon Polk Smith and others.