Robert Graham, ‘Untitled (Figures on Beige Ground, Medium)’, 1971, Print, Lithograph, Bernard Jacobson Gallery
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Robert Graham

Untitled (Figures on Beige Ground, Medium), 1971

Lithograph
18 3/10 × 23 7/10 in
46.4 × 60.1 cm
Edition of 25
.
$700
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Hand-signed by artist, Signed lower right (verso). Dated lower left (verso).
Robert Graham
American, August 19, 1938
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Robert Graham (1938-2008), a Los Angeles artist best known for his sculpture and large civic monuments, was born in Mexico City. He began his career after gaining degrees from San Jose State College and the San Francisco Art Institute.

Graham was enormously productive throughout his career. He explored the female nude over many years in prints, sculpture and drawing. But he is best known for his large public commissions, such as the sculpture of two headless figures known as the "Olympic Gateway" at the Memorial Coliseum for the 1984 Olympics.

Museum Exhibitions
1999 Kemper Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri
1997 Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City
1994 San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, California
1988 Los Angeles, County Museum of Art, Los Angeles
1984 ARCO Center for Visual Arts, Los Angeles
1982 Norton Gallery and School of Art, West Palm Beach, Florida
1982 Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas
1982 Joslyn Art Center, Omaha, Nebraska
1982 Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, Iowa
1982 San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, California
1981 Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles
1981 School of Visual Arts, New York
1981 Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota
1979 Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, New York
1978 Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles
1972 Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas, Texas
1971 Kunstverein, Hamburg, Germany
1970 Whitechapel Gallery, London, England

Robert Graham, ‘Untitled (Figures on Beige Ground, Medium)’, 1971, Print, Lithograph, Bernard Jacobson Gallery
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Hand-signed by artist, Signed lower right (verso). Dated lower left (verso).
Robert Graham
American, August 19, 1938
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Robert Graham (1938-2008), a Los Angeles artist best known for his sculpture and large civic monuments, was born in Mexico City. He began his career after gaining degrees from San Jose State College and the San Francisco Art Institute.

Graham was enormously productive throughout his career. He explored the female nude over many years in prints, sculpture and drawing. But he is best known for his large public commissions, such as the sculpture of two headless figures known as the "Olympic Gateway" at the Memorial Coliseum for the 1984 Olympics.

Museum Exhibitions
1999 Kemper Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri
1997 Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City
1994 San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, California
1988 Los Angeles, County Museum of Art, Los Angeles
1984 ARCO Center for Visual Arts, Los Angeles
1982 Norton Gallery and School of Art, West Palm Beach, Florida
1982 Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas
1982 Joslyn Art Center, Omaha, Nebraska
1982 Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, Iowa
1982 San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, California
1981 Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles
1981 School of Visual Arts, New York
1981 Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota
1979 Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, New York
1978 Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles
1972 Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas, Texas
1971 Kunstverein, Hamburg, Germany
1970 Whitechapel Gallery, London, England

Robert Graham

Untitled (Figures on Beige Ground, Medium), 1971

Lithograph
18 3/10 × 23 7/10 in
46.4 × 60.1 cm
Edition of 25
.
$700
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Want to sell a work by this artist? Consign with Artsy.
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