Alexander Calder:
Painting "Spirals and Petals" (1969), Framed 


Alexander Calder:
Painting "Spirals and Petals" (1969), Framed 

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Silk-screen on Buetten paper | Framed | Mat | Glazed | Format ca. 68 x 88 cm (H/B)

Alexander Calder: Painting "Spirals and Petals" (1969), Framed 

The American sculptor Calder, famous for his moving wire sculptures and metal constructions, known as mobiles and stables, can be a convincing graphic artist. He was motivated for his work by his friends like Hans Arp and Marcel Duchamps and as he told he created the "Mondrians which move".
The works of Alexander Calder are about the interplay of colors and shapes. The employment of dynamics and geometry, characteristic for the sculptures and mobiles is also represented on the painting canvas. Here you can also find the joyfulness, lightness and humor, characteristic for the works of the artist.

High-quality silk-screen printing on the hard Buetten paper. A noble frame in the black matte-de-luxe with the Munich golden and a mat, dust-protective glazing. Format in frame ca. 68 x 88 cm (H/W).

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