LOUISE NEVELSON “AQUATINT IV” 1973
Caviar20 is excited to be offering this evocative print by the inimitable Louise Nevelson - one of the most revered and unique sculptors of the 20th century.
Nevelson is renowned for her mysterious and complex sculptures. She was also an active printmaker, experimenting with different techniques and approaches, and working with some of the best printmaking studios across the United States.
Over the last few years, there has been tremendous momentum in both interest and appreciation of Nevelson's work. In May of 2021, a new auction record of $1.35 million was established for one of Nevelson's signature white construction sculptures. (However, this is still a bargain considering the auction records of her male colleagues such as John Chamberlain, $4.7 million, or Joseph Cornell, $7.7 million).
Nevelson, whether working in sculpture or in two dimensions has a strict palette often using exclusively black. While there are works with elements in white, gold, or raw wood, Nevelson almost entirely avoids color. When Nevelson does use color it is used sparingly with maximum effect.
“Aquatint IV” is a paradigm of Nevelson’s work with collage, featuring her signature layered approach in a nearly monochromatic palette. While shiny, reflective and textured, this print still manages to make use of Nevelson’s signature color, black, which is accentuated by metallic sheets and newsprint clips.
This is a fantastic work for a young collector, or to complement an existing sculpture in your collection.
More and more public collections are reinstalling Nevelson’s work in displays from their permanent collections, including the Whitney in New York City and the Pérez Art Museum in Miami.
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Aquatint and etching in colors with collage on C. M. Fabriano paper
Signed, numbered, and dated by the artist with blind stamps
From an edition of 90
28"H 21.5"W (work)
42.5”H 31”W (framed)
Published by Pace Editions, Inc., New York
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