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Helen Frankenthaler, Mountains and Sea

McGaw Graphics

$125.00

$220.00 43% Off

Helen Frankenthaler, Mountains and Sea
Helen Frankenthaler, Mountains and Sea
Helen Frankenthaler, Mountains and Sea

Shipping & Returns

Estimated Arrival
Arrives by 12/23
Sep 23 - Sep 29
Returns:
Returns accepted within 14 days of delivery.

Product Information

Artist:

Helen Frankenthaler (1928-2011)

Materials:

print on heavy stock paper

Dimensions:

19 1/4" x 27" x 1 7/8"

Frame finish:

black

Frame details:

Masonite/ash/laminate

Why We Love This

Widely considered one of the United States' most important female artists, Helen Frankenthaler helped to popularize the Abstract Expressionist style. This stunning example of her work, which dates from 1952, displays her innovative technique of applying thinned paint directly to the unprimed canvas. Printed in rich color, this reproduction of the original painting is presented in a black frame.

Why We Love This

Widely considered one of the United States' most important female artists, Helen Frankenthaler helped to popularize the Abstract Expressionist style. This stunning example of her work, which dates from 1952, displays her innovative technique of applying thinned paint directly to the unprimed canvas. Printed in rich color, this reproduction of the original painting is presented in a black frame.

About McGaw Graphics

For more than three decades, Bruce McGaw Graphics has been a leader in the publishing world. Today McGaw Graphics carries on this tradition, managing more than 700 artists and 15,000 licenses worldwide. Each work is created in the Green Mountains of Vermont, where McGaw Graphics is based, using cutting-edge digital printing techniques.