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Tony Delap

Kio, 1965

Silkscreen (Signed, Titled, Dated & Framed)
20 × 20 in
50.8 × 50.8 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
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Provenance
Alpha 137 Gallery
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This is a very rare pencil signed and dated 1965 Artist's Proof aside from the regular edition …

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This is a very rare pencil signed and dated 1965 Artist's Proof aside from the regular edition of 30. This work was acquired from the Estate of the legendary Pop and contemporary art collector Emily Hall Tremaine - literally one of the most influential Pop and Op art collectors of the 1960s. It corresponds with …

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Signature
Titled, signed and dated in pencil on recto.
Publisher
Clarence Palmer, Berkeley, CA
Tony Delap
American, b. 1927
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Tony DeLap, a pioneer of West Coast Minimalism and Op Art, has spent more than half a century …

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Tony DeLap, a pioneer of West Coast Minimalism and Op Art, has spent more than half a century producing meticulously crafted, illusionistic abstract sculptures that challenge perception with their teasing, shifting shapes, form, and sense of depth. Associated with the L.A.-based Finish Fetish movement of the 1960s, …

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About the work
Provenance
Alpha 137 Gallery
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This is a very rare pencil signed and dated 1965 Artist's Proof aside from the regular edition …

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This is a very rare pencil signed and dated 1965 Artist's Proof aside from the regular edition of 30. This work was acquired from the Estate of the legendary Pop and contemporary art collector Emily Hall Tremaine - literally one of the most influential Pop and Op art collectors of the 1960s. It corresponds with …

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Signature
Titled, signed and dated in pencil on recto.
Publisher
Clarence Palmer, Berkeley, CA
Tony Delap
American, b. 1927
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Tony DeLap, a pioneer of West Coast Minimalism and Op Art, has spent more than half a century …

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Tony DeLap, a pioneer of West Coast Minimalism and Op Art, has spent more than half a century producing meticulously crafted, illusionistic abstract sculptures that challenge perception with their teasing, shifting shapes, form, and sense of depth. Associated with the L.A.-based Finish Fetish movement of the 1960s, …

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Tony Delap

Kio, 1965

Silkscreen (Signed, Titled, Dated & Framed)
20 × 20 in
50.8 × 50.8 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
Sold
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