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Hans Hartung

Untitled, 1971

Lithograph on paper
28 × 35 1/5 in
71 × 89.5 × 0.1 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
€1,300
location
Only Exhibition
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Hans Hartung - Untitled - Original Lithograph - 1971.

Untitled is a color lithograph on paper, …

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Hans Hartung - Untitled - Original Lithograph - 1971.

Untitled is a color lithograph on paper, realized by the master Hans Hartung (Lipsia, 1904 - Antibes, 1989) in 1971.

Signed in pencil on lower left. Numbered in Arabic numerals. From an edition of 200 prints.

With a blind stamp "Cercle Graphique Européen" …

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Medium
Print
Condition
Perfect condition, except for the damaged frame.
Signature
Signed in pencil on lower left. Numbered in Arabic numerals.
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Included
Series
From an edition of 200 prints.
Hans Hartung
French-German, 1904–1989
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Hans Hartung is associated with post-war Art Informel artists such as Karel Appel, Jean-Paul Riopelle, and Jean Dubuffet. After being a prisoner of war and losing a leg as a soldier with the Foreign Legion (between 1939 and 1945), Hartung returned to Paris, where he became particularly interested in spontaneity, irrationality, and freedom of form. Rather than trying to control the process as earlier abstract painters had, Hartung applied paint with garden rakes, spray paint, and olive branches, embracing accidental and unexpected outcomes. "In my opinion the painting which is called abstract is none of the 'Isms' of which there have been so many lately," he said. "It is neither a 'style' nor an 'epoch' in art history, but merely a new means of expression, a different human language—one which is more direct than that of earlier painting." Notable influences include Emil Nolde, Oskar Kokoschka, and other German expressionists.

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Hans Hartung - Untitled - Original Lithograph - 1971.

Untitled is a color lithograph on paper, …

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Hans Hartung - Untitled - Original Lithograph - 1971.

Untitled is a color lithograph on paper, realized by the master Hans Hartung (Lipsia, 1904 - Antibes, 1989) in 1971.

Signed in pencil on lower left. Numbered in Arabic numerals. From an edition of 200 prints.

With a blind stamp "Cercle Graphique Européen" …

Read more
Medium
Print
Condition
Perfect condition, except for the damaged frame.
Signature
Signed in pencil on lower left. Numbered in Arabic numerals.
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Included
Series
From an edition of 200 prints.
Hans Hartung
French-German, 1904–1989
Follow

Hans Hartung is associated with post-war Art Informel artists such as Karel Appel, Jean-Paul Riopelle, and Jean Dubuffet. After being a prisoner of war and losing a leg as a soldier with the Foreign Legion (between 1939 and 1945), Hartung returned to Paris, where he became particularly interested in spontaneity, irrationality, and freedom of form. Rather than trying to control the process as earlier abstract painters had, Hartung applied paint with garden rakes, spray paint, and olive branches, embracing accidental and unexpected outcomes. "In my opinion the painting which is called abstract is none of the 'Isms' of which there have been so many lately," he said. "It is neither a 'style' nor an 'epoch' in art history, but merely a new means of expression, a different human language—one which is more direct than that of earlier painting." Notable influences include Emil Nolde, Oskar Kokoschka, and other German expressionists.

Hans Hartung

Untitled, 1971

Lithograph on paper
28 × 35 1/5 in
71 × 89.5 × 0.1 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
€1,300
location
Only Exhibition
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
Want to sell a work by this artist? Consign with Artsy.
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