This blue-green work shows a variation on Gene Davis’ famous vertical lines. It is nearly identical in composition to Davis’ “Banjo” and “Ferris Wheel”, but with a calmer and cooler palette.
This work came from James O. Dumont and Raye Landis’ venerable gallery in New Brunswick, New Jersey. It is accompanied by the Dumont-Landis Fine Art gallery label.
An example of this work is in the collection of the Smithsonian Institution (Obj. No. 2002.26.17).
Lithograph in multiple colors
Printed on Arches white wove paper
Abstraction Partners, Ltd.
Water Street Press
Hand-signed by artist, in pencil, en recto lower right. Marked “A.P.” (Artist’s Proof) en recto lower left.
Artist’s Proof, preceding the edition of 250
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Excellent condition, without damage or flaw; impression bright, crisp, and clear.
19 in. (h) × 27 in. (w)