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Screenprint by Robyn Denny

French 50s 60s

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Screenprint by Robyn Denny
Screenprint by Robyn Denny
Screenprint by Robyn Denny
Screenprint by Robyn Denny
Screenprint by Robyn Denny
Screenprint by Robyn Denny

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Vintage; 1970s
Very Good; very good original condition
Country of Origin:
screenprint on paper/chrome frame/plexiglass
30.75" L x 1" W x 29.25" H

Why We Love This

Screenprint titled All Through the Day by British artist Robyn Denny. Signed, numbered 30/95 and dated 1970. Displayed in shiny chrome frame with ridges on the sides. Celebrated artist, Denny (b. 1930), studied at the Royal College of Art where he was inspired by Abstract Expressionism, American films, and pop culture. His work is in many prestigious permanent collections including the Tate Gallery, London; the Victoria and Albert Museum; and the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
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About French 50s 60s

For the past three decades, Galerie Sommerlath and French 50s 60s owner Michele Sommerlath has been an art and antiques dealer with a specialty in American and European Mid-Century Modern design. Born in France, she spent the early part of her youth in Morocco before moving back to Paris. She credits both countries with informing her taste for design and color. Her approach to curation is intuitive: She buys what she loves. Her current passion is revisiting and refreshing 1980s design.