Josef Albers. Process and Printmaking. (1916-1976)
Josef Albers (1888-1976) is certainly more famous today for his links to the Bauhaus,where he studied and later taught from 1920 to 1933,and for his oil paintings in the series Homage to the Square than for his graphic work .
Albers, like so many other artists, found printmaking to be particularly congenia! because of the economical production involved, the creativa liberty of the medium, and the opportunity that it offers for trial and error, experimentation and innovation.
Publisher:FUNDACIÓN JUAN MARCH. 2014.Softcover.22×24 cm. Pages: 122. Language: English. Color illustrated. RRP: € 15,00.1SBN: 978-84-7075-621-4
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