Werner Drewes, ‘Acrobatics Angular’, 1974, Childs Gallery

Rose 329. Number 16 in an edition of 30. Signed and dated in pencil lower right margin: "Drewes -74-"; numbered in pencil lower left margin: "Nu 16/XXX". Printed on Japanese paper. A fine impression in fine condition, aside for some staining lower edge, not extending to the image. Sheet measuring 24 x 18 3/4 inches.

Signature: Signed and dated in pencil lower right margin: "Drewes -74-".

About Werner Drewes

Often credited with bringing the Bauhaus aesthetic to America, Werner Drewes created paintings, collages, woodcuts, and etchings in a variety of abstract styles. Trained as an architect at the Bauhaus, Drewes merged concerns with art, craft, and functionalism with Synthetic Cubism in his early work, blending drawing and careful design in highly controlled abstractions. The rigorous design of these images evokes architecture and household objects in the manner of Cubism, but he would later turn towards a freer and more complete abstraction, drawing influence from Wassily Kandinsky.

German, 1899-1985, Canig, Germany