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L 113

Hans Hartung | 1963

lithograph on BFK Rives paper, edited in 1963. overall edition of 75 copies Current exemplar numbered as: 45/75 paper size: 56,5 x 76 cm printed at Erker Presse st Gallen, with full margins Edited by artist himself A regular certificate of authenticity will be included, and a copy of pubblication Fast and Tracked shipping with express currier DHL

Tecnical Information

Artist Hans Hartung
Year 1963
Signature signed in pencil by artist
Edition
Class 1
Type 1
Material Lithography on BFK Rives paper
Size (cm) 76.00 x 56.50 x 0.00
Size (in) 29.92 x 22.24 x 0.00

€1800

Afro (Afro Basaldella)

Italian, 1912–1976

The Italian painter Afro Basaldella, known simply as Afro, is best known for his calligraphic, abstract work from the 1950s. As a wave of painting called Art Informel (“formless” art, named for loose shapes and compositions lacking a central focal point) swept Europe and regional circles of modern artists proliferated, Afro joined the short-lived painters circle Gruppo degli otto (“group of eight”). Over the course of this decade, he exhibited in New York, struck up a friendship with Willem de Kooning, and drew influence from the bold style and energetic brushwork of other Abstract Expressionists. Afro’s late works are characterized by flattened geometric forms, a stark contrast to his earlier gestural paintings. Early in his career he was affiliated with the “Scuola Romano” (“school of Rome”), a group of Italian Expressionist artists active in Rome before World War II.

Artworks

L 113

Hans Hartung, 1963
1
€1800

L 118

Hans Hartung, 1963
1
€1800

Le Infinite possibilità di esistere

Alighiero Boetti, 1988
1
€16000