Albers homage to the square print

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Homage to the Square Offset Print Vivid and sharp appearance. Produced on medium weight cover stock, this art reproduction is coated with a silken finish that protects the inks and creates an elegant look.Born 19 March 1888; died 25 March 1976. Albers trained as an art teacher at Knigliche Kunstschule in Berlin, Germany, from 1913 to 1915. From 1916 to 1919 he began his work as a printmaker at the Kunstgewerbschule in nearby Essen, Germany. albers homage to the square print

Albers theorized that colors are alive, not static, and their shades are influenced by surrounding hues. Also a mathematician and professor at the esteemed Bauhaus, Albers is best known as an abstract painter who created the Homage to the Square series, comprised of hundreds of paintings and prints.

Albers theorized that colors are alive, not static, and their shades are influenced by surrounding hues. Also a mathematician and professor at the esteemed Bauhaus, Albers is best known as an abstract painter who created the Homage to the Square series, comprised of hundreds of paintings and prints. Display caption. In 1950, at the age of 62, Albers began what would become his signature series, the Homage to the Square. Over the next 26 years, until his death in 1976, he produced hundreds of variations on the basic compositional scheme of three or four squares set inside each other, with the squares slightly gravitating towards the bottom edge.albers homage to the square print Artist: Josef Albers Title: Homage to the Square from the Portfolio: Formulation: Articulation Year: 1972 Medium: Silkscreen Edition Size: 1000 Image Size: 11. 75 x 11. 75 inches Paper Size: 15 x 20 inches (38. 1 x 50. 8 cm) Frame: 22 x 22 inches An original silkscreen from the Formulation Articulation portfolio.

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Josef Albers formulations Articulations I& II 1972 screenprint on paper Homage to the Square Embossed with Josef Albers initials, portfolio and folder number. This work is published by Harry N. Abrams and IvesSillman. This work has never been opened since the printing in albers homage to the square print Josef Albers. Josef Albers is best known for his seminal Homage to the Square series of the 1950s and '60s, which focused on the simplification of form and the interplay of shape and color. Abstraction is real, probably more real than nature, he once said. I prefer to see with closed eyes. His abstract canvases employed rigid geometric Albers began his Squares in paint, but soon came to depend on print processes, particularly screenprinting, as it offered an evenness and clarity of colour unavailable in oil or acrylic. The medium of print liberated Albers, allowing him to transform the elements of line, colour and space in his work. This particular variation of Albers' Homage to the Square series is called White Line Squares . Printed in Germany by Atelier Herbert Geier and published in 1968 by George Wittenborn of New York, for a now very scarce catalogue raisonne. Image size: 8 34 x 8 34 inches (225 x 225 mm). Around the time that he joined the Yale faculty in 1950, Albers began his celebrated Homage to the Square series. This would become a body of more than a thousand works executed over a period of twentyfive years, including paintings, drawings, prints, and tapestries.