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Abstract by Kenzo Okada

Le Trianon Gallery

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Abstract by Kenzo Okada
Abstract by Kenzo Okada
Abstract by Kenzo Okada
Abstract by Kenzo Okada

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Vintage; 1960s
Very Good; slight discoloration in the upper left area to the arches paper
lithograph on arches paper/wood frame
31.75" W x 24" H

Why We Love This

Abstract lithograph of a painting by Kenzo Okada (1902-1982), an Asian-American painter closely associated with the postwar New York School. Born in Yokohama, Japan, he enrolled at the Tokyo School of Fine Arts in 1922. In 1950, he moved to New York and quickly became immersed in the downtown abstract expressionist scene. Okada's work is included in the Art Institute of Chicago, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Guggenheim Museum, and SF MoMA. Signed lower right, edition 18/144.
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About Le Trianon Gallery

Le Trianon Gallery continues to bring the highest levels of integrity and scholarship to the antiques and art world. Discerning collectors have come to rely on Le Trianon’s consummate professionalism, cumulative experience, and impeccable connoisseurship. The gallery is known for its vast collection of art from the 17th through the 20th centuries. Our extensive inventory allows us to work with almost any collector or interior designer in assisting with the purchase of fine art.