Dorothy Dehner, ‘Untitled from Lunar Series’, 1971, Alpha 137 Gallery
Dorothy Dehner, ‘Untitled from Lunar Series’, 1971, Alpha 137 Gallery

This impressive Minimalist lithograph on white Arches paper with deckles edges, hand-signed and numbered from a limited edition of only 20, was created in the 1970s by the renowned sculptor, artist and printmaker Dorothy Dehner. Dehner studied at the Art Students League with Jan Matulka and others and worked with the legendary Stanley Hayter at Atelier 17, where Mark Rothko, Adolph Gottlieb, Alexander Calder, Jacques Lipchitz, Pablo Picasso, Louise Bourgeois and so many others passed through. Although Dehner is perhaps best known as the wife of the great American sculptor David Smith, she has always been recognized as a fine artist in her own right and has been the subject of several important museum retrospectives and survey shows.
Published by Tamarind Institute, New Mexico

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Signature: Pencil signed, dated and numbered from the edition of only 20; with inscription including unique series number; with Tamarind Institute’s chop mark

Publisher: Tamarind Institute, Albuquerque, NM

About Dorothy Dehner

American, 1901-1994, Cleveland, Ohio

Solo Shows

Valerie Carberry Gallery, 

Group Shows

Kraushaar Galleries, 
New York,
Elements of Abstraction, A Selection of Paintings, Works on Paper and Sculpture by American Artists

Fair History on Artsy

Mark Borghi Fine Art at Art Miami 2017
Valerie Carberry Gallery at ADAA: The Art Show 2015
Kraushaar Galleries at ADAA The Art Show 2014
Kraushaar Galleries at Boston International Fine Art Show