An original signed and numbered Robert Motherwell lithograph in an edition of 98 with 14 artist’s proofs from his "El Negro" suite of prints produced in 1983. This number 73 of 98, and signed by Motherwell in pencil in the lower right. Printed by Roger Campbell and Lee Funderburg at the renowned Tyler Graphics workshop, who produced prints and editions by some of the great contemporary artists of the 20th Century. With preparatory work for the continuous-tone lithography by Kenneth Tyler himself.
Robert Motherwell (1915-1991) was one of the great painters of abstract expressionism. He had his first solo exhibit in 1944 at Peggy Guggenheim’s Art of This Century gallery, and later held a professorship at the legendary Black Mountain College. Throughout his career he continued to produce prints and editions. His work is in the collections of major museums around the world including MoMA NY, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and The Whitney Museum of American Art, among many others. From 1958 to 1971 he was married to the great abstract painter Helen Frankenthaler (see our signed print by Frankenthaler on this website). He died in Provincetown, Massachusetts in 1991.
This print edition is in the collections of The Walker Art Center (Minneapolis) and the Portland Art Museum, and is listed as work number 311 in the catalogue raisonné of Motherwell's Dedalus Foundation. Lithographed in two colors, yellow-ochre and black on handmade paper. Additional shipping and insurance rates apply (requires approved crater and freighter), please inquire. Not available for shipping to locations outside the US, unless buyer provides the shipper, insurance and waiver. Item #1346.
Condition: Fine, professionally framed.