Signed and numbered to lower edge '75/100 R. Mangold.' This work is number 75 from the edition of 100 printed by Watanabe Studio, Brooklyn and published by Parasol Press, Ltd. New York.
Professional framed in a natural ash frame and protected by UV plexiglass.
About Robert Mangold
New York artist Robert Mangold is a key figure in contemporary minimalism. His work derives from a minimalist vocabulary, featuring architectural shapes such as rings, columns, crosses and trapezoids. He graduated with a BFA and MFA from Yale University, after transferring from his initial education at the Cleveland Institute of Art in Ohio, 1956-1959. Mangold primarily practices with acrylic and pencil media on canvas, adopting a monochromatic colour scheme. He experiments with the overlapping of shapes. The minimalist movement began in 1950’s New York, exploring the reflection of time and place. It extends the notion that art can exist independently of the artist’s personal expression.
Dimensions: 51.5"H x 51.5"W x 1.5"D
Materials: Screenprint in colors | Ash frame with UV plexiglass
Condition: Very Good Vintage Condition.
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