Valerie Jaudon, ‘Mid Century Modern Untitled Op Art Etching (Framed with labels from MOMA, Barbara Gladstone & Readers Digest Collection)’, 1980, Alpha 137 Gallery
Valerie Jaudon, ‘Mid Century Modern Untitled Op Art Etching (Framed with labels from MOMA, Barbara Gladstone & Readers Digest Collection)’, 1980, Alpha 137 Gallery
Valerie Jaudon, ‘Mid Century Modern Untitled Op Art Etching (Framed with labels from MOMA, Barbara Gladstone & Readers Digest Collection)’, 1980, Alpha 137 Gallery
Valerie Jaudon, ‘Mid Century Modern Untitled Op Art Etching (Framed with labels from MOMA, Barbara Gladstone & Readers Digest Collection)’, 1980, Alpha 137 Gallery
Valerie Jaudon, ‘Mid Century Modern Untitled Op Art Etching (Framed with labels from MOMA, Barbara Gladstone & Readers Digest Collection)’, 1980, Alpha 137 Gallery
Valerie Jaudon, ‘Mid Century Modern Untitled Op Art Etching (Framed with labels from MOMA, Barbara Gladstone & Readers Digest Collection)’, 1980, Alpha 137 Gallery
Valerie Jaudon, ‘Mid Century Modern Untitled Op Art Etching (Framed with labels from MOMA, Barbara Gladstone & Readers Digest Collection)’, 1980, Alpha 137 Gallery

This rare 1980 signed, numbered etching bears labels from the Museum of Modern Art Lending Service, the Barbara Gladstone Gallery and the Readers Digest Corporate Art Collection, with unique RDA Inventory number on the verso of the frame.
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Signature: Signed and numbered 1 from the edition of 45.

Reader's Digest Corporate Art Collection
MOMA Lending Services
Barbara Gladstone Gallery

About Valerie Jaudon

Valerie Jaudon is most famous for her role in the Pattern and Decoration Movement of the mid-1970s, which arose as a reaction against the dominance and legacy of Minimalism and Conceptualism. Jaudon’s painting practice evokes motifs and the embellishments of folk art, decorative arts, and non-Western traditions of abstraction. The works often use symmetric compositions comprised of repetitive, patterned forms that span the entire surface of a work. More recently, Jaudon has explored how to compose her figures using single, continuous bands of paint. All of her works are part of an ongoing exploration of systems, and in using simple elements to create visually complex images. She is also known for painting with a highly limited palette of two or three colors at a time.

American, b. 1945, Greenville, Mississippi, based in New York, New York

Solo Shows

2012
Los Angeles,
Valerie Jaudon

Group Shows

2018
The Museum Show: Works that were exhibited, owned, sold by - or about - museums (including the gift shops!!!)
2018
Ogden Museum of Southern Art, 
New Orleans, LA, USA,
The Whole Drum Will Sound: Women in Southern Abstraction
2008
Hudson River Museum of Westchester, 
Yonkers, NY, United States,
'Pattern and Decoration, An Ideal Vision in American Art, 1975 - 1985'