Ilya Bolotowsky, ‘Untitled’, 1970, Print, Silkscreen, Anita Shapolsky Gallery
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Ilya Bolotowsky

Untitled, 1970

Silkscreen
29 3/4 × 21 3/4 in
75.6 × 55.2 cm
Edition 18/125
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$2,000
Location
New York
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Ilya Bolotowsky
Russian-American, 1907–1981
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A fervent proponent of the power of abstract art and a major figure in American abstraction, Ilya Bolotowsky created work that reflected his unceasing interest in Modernist geometry. Born in Russia, Bolotowsky arrived in New York in 1923 and quickly grew interested in biomorphic surrealism. His exposure to Piet Mondrian in the 1930s prompted him to explore the potential of hard-edged abstraction; the colorful neo-plastic paintings he began creating at this time characterized his work for the rest of his life. Fiercely committed to the avant-garde, Bolotowsky joined The Ten, a band of nine artists including Adolph Gottlieb and Mark Rothko that advocated for new forms of abstraction. Although he never embraced Abstraction Expressionism like some of his peers, he remained an influential figure, teaching such notable artists as Kenneth Noland at Black Mountain College.

Ilya Bolotowsky, ‘Untitled’, 1970, Print, Silkscreen, Anita Shapolsky Gallery
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Price ranges of medium-sized prints by Ilya Bolotowsky
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$1,950–$2,025
This work
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Ilya Bolotowsky
Russian-American, 1907–1981
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A fervent proponent of the power of abstract art and a major figure in American abstraction, Ilya Bolotowsky created work that reflected his unceasing interest in Modernist geometry. Born in Russia, Bolotowsky arrived in New York in 1923 and quickly grew interested in biomorphic surrealism. His exposure to Piet Mondrian in the 1930s prompted him to explore the potential of hard-edged abstraction; the colorful neo-plastic paintings he began creating at this time characterized his work for the rest of his life. Fiercely committed to the avant-garde, Bolotowsky joined The Ten, a band of nine artists including Adolph Gottlieb and Mark Rothko that advocated for new forms of abstraction. Although he never embraced Abstraction Expressionism like some of his peers, he remained an influential figure, teaching such notable artists as Kenneth Noland at Black Mountain College.

Ilya Bolotowsky

Untitled, 1970

Silkscreen
29 3/4 × 21 3/4 in
75.6 × 55.2 cm
Edition 18/125
.
$2,000
Location
New York
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Have a question? Visit our help center.
Want to sell a work by this artist? Consign with Artsy.
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