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Fifth Station, c.1960
By Barnett Newman

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Also known as silk screening, serigraphy is a process by which multiple layers of ink are manually pressed through fine screens, resulting in a bold and vibrant paint-like layer of ink on an art print of gallery quality.
27" x 39" Serigraph
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Also known as silk screening, serigraphy is a process by which multiple layers of ink are manually pressed through fine screens, resulting in a bold and vibrant paint-like layer of ink on an art print of gallery quality.

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Barnett Newman (1905 – 1970) was an Abstract Expressionist whose artworks made profound statements and challenged artistic norms through minimal colors and shapes. A New York native, Newman was known for enormous works filled with vast, color-saturated fields bisected by vertical lines he called “zips.” Along with artistic luminaries Mark Rothko and Robert Motherwell, he co-founded an art school in New York. Newman’s radical works, which were symbolic and spiritual, pushed Abstraction far beyond established norms, and initially provoked anger and confusion. Later in his career, Newman received deep respect from the art world and strongly influenced the color-field painters of the 1960s.

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Also known as silk screening, serigraphy is a process by which multiple layers of ink are manually pressed through fine screens, resulting in a bold and vibrant paint-like layer of ink on an art print of gallery quality.

About the Art

Barnett Newman (1905 – 1970) was an Abstract Expressionist whose artworks made profound statements and challenged artistic norms through minimal colors and shapes. A New York native, Newman was known for enormous works filled with vast, color-saturated fields bisected by vertical lines he called “zips.” Along with artistic luminaries Mark Rothko and Robert Motherwell, he co-founded an art school in New York. Newman’s radical works, which were symbolic and spiritual, pushed Abstraction far beyond established norms, and initially provoked anger and confusion. Later in his career, Newman received deep respect from the art world and strongly influenced the color-field painters of the 1960s.

Item# 11735406A

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Off White

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  • Vivid Detail

Cons

  • Lackluster Colors
  • Not as Expected

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  • Fill Wall Space

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Striking contemporary look that is somewhat marred by the off white color.

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  • Dining Room, Kitchen

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Fifth Station, c.1960
By Barnett Newman
27" x 39" Serigraph
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