"Seattle Art Museum" Signed Original Exhibition Poster by Willem de Kooning, 1976
An original signed exhibition poster by Dutch artist Willem de Kooning (1904-1997) titled "Seattle Art Museum: De Kooning", 1976. Signed in pencil by de Kooning lower right. This exhibition poster was created for the Seattle Museum of Art, an exhibition of de Kooning's work, "Modern Art Pavillion", February 5th - March 21st, 1976. The medium of this exhibition poster is an offset lithograph. Light crease to upper right corner, otherwise in mint condition. Sheet size: 28" x 22".
Willem de Kooning was a Dutch-born American painter who was one of the leading proponents of abstract expressionism. Born in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, in 1904, Willem de Kooning stowed away to the U.S. in 1926 and settled in New York City. While working in the commercial realm, de Kooning also was developing his artistic style, exploring both figure painting and more abstract subjects through the 1930s. By the 1940s, those two main tendencies seemed to fuse perfectly, notably in Pink Angels. De Kooning became known for his depiction of women, and women would dominate his paintings for decades. Later in life, de Kooning explored landscapes and even sculpture, before Alzheimer's disease made it impossible to continue on. He died in 1997 at age 92.
UNFRAMED: HEIGHT: 28 in | WIDTH: 22 in
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