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Before his first solo show in New York, Dutch-born Willem de Kooning worked as a house painter, commercial art director, and was employed by the WPA Federal Art Projects. Suffice it to say, it was a far cry from the visceral, abstracted female figures in his famous Women series. At the same time, de Kooning immersed himself in the New York art scene, befriending the likes of Arshile Gorky and Robert Motherwell. His 1946 debut collection of black and white abstractions garnered instant attention and marked the start of a prolific and highly influential career.

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Offset lithograph from an edition of 500. Created to commemorate Vincent van Gogh. Unframed. Unsigned. Mint condition; very light signs of handling.

Designer:
Willem De Kooning
Brand:
Rare Posters
Material:
Paper
Print Type:
Offset Lithograph
Origin:
Netherlands
Color:
Multi
Measurements:
W 23.50” H 33”
Weight:
3 lbs

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