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    Adolph Gottlieb, Primeval

    This sale ended on 12/13 at 08AM

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    Adolph Gottlieb’s believed that the subconscious is the well for all evocative, universal art. This belief led him to experiment with very basic and elemental symbols. Having spent many years living in the Arizona desert, he conveyed the expansiveness he must have felt, although distilled into more basic abstract forms. This striking offset lithograph is unsigned.

    Rare Posters, Inc. offers one of the most comprehensive collections of fine art museum and exhibition posters and prints. Whether you're craving Chagall or Calder, vintage advertising images of the Monaco Grand Prix or illustrations from The Little Prince, these are the perfect choice when you're seeking something with the evocative powers of an original work of art.

    Product Information

    Artist:
    Adolph Gottlieb
    Process:
    offset lithograph
    Materials:
    paper/ink
    Dimensions:
    25"H x 26.75"W
    Condition:
    A: mint
    Care:
    Avoid hanging in direct sunlight.
    Please note:
    This work is not framed.