George Clemeche Kleurenlitho 'Untitled' ~1980 Gesigneerd

€ 200,00

George Clemeche Kleurenlitho 'Untitled' ~1980 Gesigneerd

€ 200,00

PATTERN AND DECORATION

George Clemeche (Israel 1934)

Kleurenlitho 'Untitled' ~1980

Gesigneerd met potlood en genummerd 220/260

Afmetingen: ~70 x 47 cm.

Eventuele meerprijs voor het inlijsten in handgemaakte, houten lijst van Amerikaans Eiken: € 100

 

Pattern and Decoration was a United States art movement from the mid-1970s to the early 1980s. The movement has sometimes been referred to as "P&D" or as The New Decorativeness. The movement was championed by the gallery owner Holly Solomon. The movement was the subject of a retrospective exhibition at the Hudson River Museum in 2008.

 

George Chemeche Born 1934 in Israel, this established American painter and printmaker's sensual and romantic yet rationally conceived screen prints featuring plants and flowers are associated with the PATTERN & DECORATION movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s.