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From Robert Motherwell's New York portfolio, the present lithograph includes images of four of New York's most famous cultural institutions: the Cooper-Hewitt, The New York Public Library, the Guggenheim and Carnegie Hall.
Printed by Tyler Graphics Ltd, New York
Published by New York Graphic Society, Connecticut
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Frame: 36 x 28.25 in (91.44 x 71.76 cm)
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Robert Motherwell (American, 1915-1991) was one of the youngest members of the New York School. Like many of his colleagues of the Abstract Expressionist movement, Motherwell devoted his practice to recognizable imagery, the expressive potential of calligraphic marks, and political or literary subject matter. His abstract style was informed by automatism and philosophy, and his work can be found at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., MoMA, and the Tate Modern.