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Ripple Form Blue Red from 1969 is part of an intimate collection of prismatic and linear minimalist screenprints by Harold Krisel. The pronounced shapes and color contrasts evoke the aesthetics of the era as well as Krisel’s architectural background. There is structure, yet the print remains abstract. This is a rare opportunity to own a unique and eye-catching piece of 20th century art.
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Signed limited edition. Keep out of direct sunlight. Unframed.
Read more about of Harold Krisel's fascinating life and work on our blog.
Keep out of direct sunlight.
W 19” H 24”
An artist finally getting the respect he deserves, Harold Krisel (1920-1995) was a New Bauhaus-trained architect and teacher who created breathtaking paintings, sculptures, and screenprints with little audience but his family. After being discovered in 2009, his bold abstract work has skyrocketed in popularity and is now held by museums like MoMA and the Guggenheim.