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CURVED WALL--SPECTRUM, 1974

Color offset print
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Doyle

Color offset print, 1974, signed, dated, titled, annotated A/C and dedicated in pencil, with full …

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Color offset print, 1974, signed, dated, titled, annotated A/C and dedicated in pencil, with full margins, framed.

Sheet 18.125 x 23.875 inches; 460 x 606 mm.

Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Doyle New York shall have no …

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Signed, dated, titled, annotated A/C and dedicated in pencil
De Wain Valentine
American, b. 1936
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De Wain Valentine was active in Los Angeles during the emergence of the Light and Space movement, alongside artists Larry Bell, Craig Kauffman, and Ken Price, all of whom he admired. He was an early pioneer in using industrial plastic and resin for making monolithic sculptures, though he also frequently employs glass, stone, bronze, and steel. In fact, there is a commercial resin—Valentine MasKast—named after a plastic that Valentine developed in his own studio in his search of stronger building materials. His works are characterized by sleek surfaces, minimalist forms, translucence, and hues that shift in the light. The inspiration for many of his works comes from the sky and sea, capturing what Valentine refers to as “transparent colored space”.

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Doyle

Color offset print, 1974, signed, dated, titled, annotated A/C and dedicated in pencil, with full …

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Color offset print, 1974, signed, dated, titled, annotated A/C and dedicated in pencil, with full margins, framed.

Sheet 18.125 x 23.875 inches; 460 x 606 mm.

Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Doyle New York shall have no …

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Signature
Signed, dated, titled, annotated A/C and dedicated in pencil
De Wain Valentine
American, b. 1936
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De Wain Valentine was active in Los Angeles during the emergence of the Light and Space movement, alongside artists Larry Bell, Craig Kauffman, and Ken Price, all of whom he admired. He was an early pioneer in using industrial plastic and resin for making monolithic sculptures, though he also frequently employs glass, stone, bronze, and steel. In fact, there is a commercial resin—Valentine MasKast—named after a plastic that Valentine developed in his own studio in his search of stronger building materials. His works are characterized by sleek surfaces, minimalist forms, translucence, and hues that shift in the light. The inspiration for many of his works comes from the sky and sea, capturing what Valentine refers to as “transparent colored space”.

CURVED WALL--SPECTRUM, 1974

Color offset print
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