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Joseph Albers

(1888 -  1976 )
ALBERS JOSEPH Josef Albers At The Metropolitan Museum Of Art: P-blue

Swann Galleries /Nov 17, 2011
732.60 - 1,098.90
667.44

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Joseph Albers - Variant Viii, From Ten Variants

Joseph Albers - Variant Viii, From Ten Variants

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Lot number: 67
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Description: JOSEPH ALBERS (German, 1888-1976) VARIANT VIII, FROM TEN VARIANTS 1966, silkscreen titled and numbered Variant III, 52/200 , l.l.; monogrammed and dated 66 , l.r. 11 x 11 3/4 in. (17 1/2 x 17 1/2 in.) Provenance: Harcus Krakow Rosen Sonnabend Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts; to a Private Boston Collection. Other Notes: Bears Harcus Krakow Rosen Sonnabend Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts label, verso.
Joseph Albers - Study For Homage To The Square: "framed Sky" A

Joseph Albers - Study For Homage To The Square: "framed Sky" A

Original 1968
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Lot number: 4
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Joseph Albers 1888 - 1976 STUDY FOR HOMAGE TO THE SQUARE: "FRAMED SKY" A SIGNED WITH MONOGRAMS AND DATED 68; SIGNED, TITLED, INSCRIBED AND DATED 1968 ON THE REVERSE, OIL ON MASONITE siglato e datato 68; firmato, intitolato, iscritto e datato 1968 sul retro olio su masonite cm 40,5x40,5 Authentication Opera registrata presso la Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, Connecticut, con il n. JAAF 1968.1.41 L'opera sarà inclusa nel catalogo ragionato dell'artista di prossima pubblicazione a cura della Josef and Anni Foundation, Connecticut L'opera è accompagnata da certificato rilasciato dalla Josef and Anni Foundation, Connecticut Provenance Galerie Beyeler, Basilea Collezione privata, Milano Galleria Medea, Milano Catalogue Note “[…] considera ogni quadro finito come una variante, piuttosto che una soluzione finale, lasciando la strada aperta all’’infinita sperimentazione. E l’’esperimento infinito che ha preceduto l’’Homage to the Square […] pervade ostinatamente l’’essenza di quest’’opera in cui i tre quadrati, ribaltando le proprie funzioni e assumendo diverse profondità e differenti dimensioni, sembrano non interrompere il flusso che ha portato alla loro creazione. Dalle linee dritte che, alla fine, sono così particolarmente morbide ed esitanti, fino ai colori opachi stesi gli uni accanto agli altri in una delicata atmosfera traslucida, una inconfessata sensibilità segna ogni aspetto della sua arte, contraddicendo l’’originario desiderio di impersonalità a tal punto che nessun altro, se non lo stesso Josef Albers, avrebbe potuto realizzare i suoi silenziosi dipinti” (Elaine de Kooning, Albers dipinge un quadro, in Josef Albers, a cura di Marco Pierini, Silvana Editoriale Spa, Milano 2011) He considers each finished painting a variant rather than a final solution, leaving the way open for endless experiment. And the endless experiment that went before Homage to the Square […] stubbornly haunts this picture as three squares, reversing their offices and assuming different depths and sizes, seem to continue the flux that led to their creation. From the ruled lines which are, at last, peculiarly gentle and tentative, to the opaque colours lying next to one another in a delicate translucent atmosphere, an unadmitted sensibility stamps each aspect of this art, denying its first impersonal impact and maintaining, finally that no one of his quiet pictures could have been painted by any one but Josef Albers.
Joseph Albers - White Line Square #5 (g.6)

Joseph Albers - White Line Square #5 (g.6)

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Lot number: 2
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Joseph Albers (1888-1976) German/ American WHITE LINE SQUARE #5 (G.6), 1966, three color lithograph, signed and dated in pencil, from the numbered edition 125, image 15 5/8 x 15 5/8�, sheet 20 x 20 catalogue calls for 21 x 21, printed and published by Gemini G.E.L., mild toning, tideline stain lower right, two small hinge remnants upper verso corner, otherwise in good condition.
Joseph Albers - Josef Albers At The Metropolitan Museum Of Art: P-blue

Joseph Albers - Josef Albers At The Metropolitan Museum Of Art: P-blue

Original 1971
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Lot number: 102
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JOSEPH ALBERS Josef Albers at the Metropolitan Museum of Art: P-Blue . Color screenprint, 1971 . 508x508 mm; 20x20 inches, full margins . Signed, titled, dated and numbered 25/50 in pencil, lower margin . Printed by Sirocco Screenprints, New Haven . Published by Ives-Sillman, Inc., New Haven, for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York . A very good impression with strong colors . Danilowitz 212.3 . Estimate $1,000-1,500
Joseph Albers - Dr-b

Joseph Albers - Dr-b

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Lot number: 116
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Lot 116 JOSEPH ALBERS (german 1888-1976) "DR-b" from homage to the square 1968, pencil signed, dated, titled and numbered 51/100 in the margin; Galerie Denise René, publisher; Altelier Arcay, printer. Color screenprint. 23 9/16 x 23 9/16 in. (59.8 x 59.8cm) [Danilowitz 181]. 1968, pencil signed, dated, titled and numbered 51/100 in the margin; Galerie Denise René, publisher; Altelier Arcay, printer. Color screenprint. 23 9/16 x 23 9/16 in. (59.8 x 59.8cm) [Danilowitz 181]. PROVENANCE: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. Estimate $1,500-2,500 -Sheet size: 26 3/4 x 26 3/4 inches -Framed, matted; with margins on all sides - With two tape pieces top edge verso affixed to undermat; with slight abrasion to parts of the top edge verso, presumably from removed tape -Sheet with visible rippling -With pale light staining -With 'DENISE RENE EDITEUR' blindstamp at lower left -Some losses to parts of margins - some abrasions, and some surface splits - most of surface splits at upper right outer edge of sheet, the largest area of loss approximately 1 inch long. Exposed sheet at a split is brownish -Some small surface gouges in upper left margin -Some scuff marks in parts of margin -Image itself with strong, bright colors -Slight scuff marks in parts of image -Some slight linear vertical scratched out losses in part of bright green rear lower center . Sold for $2,200
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