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Polk Smith, Victory Boogie Woogie I

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Polk Smith, Victory Boogie Woogie I

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Product Information

Artist:

Leon Polk Smith (1906-1996)

Dimensions:

print size, 16" x 20"; image size, 12" x 13.5"; frame size, 19" x 20.5"

Materials:

print in high-gamut digital ink on fine-art archival 250-gsm paper

Frame details:

hardwood

Frame finish:

matte black

Why We Love This

A fine-art print of the original oil painting by Leon Polk Smith, a pioneer of American modernism. Inspired by the Native American culture of his home state of Oklahoma as well as the rhythms New York City, Polk Smith created lively geometric abstractions. The influence of Mondrian is evident in this work, Victory Boogie Woogie #1. Dallas Museum of Art, DMA League Purchase Fund. Art copyright The Leon Polk Smith Foundation. Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY.

Why We Love This

A fine-art print of the original oil painting by Leon Polk Smith, a pioneer of American modernism. Inspired by the Native American culture of his home state of Oklahoma as well as the rhythms New York City, Polk Smith created lively geometric abstractions. The influence of Mondrian is evident in this work, Victory Boogie Woogie #1. Dallas Museum of Art, DMA League Purchase Fund. Art copyright The Leon Polk Smith Foundation. Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY.