Nov 18, 2005

Four Stories in Black and White: Plate 13

Four Stories in Black and White: Plate 13


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Frantisek Kupka

(Czech, 1871-1957)


Support: Wove paper

Sheet: 33 x 25 cm (13 x 9 13/16 in.); Image: 20.4 x 15.4 cm (8 1/16 x 6 1/16 in.)

John L. Severance Fund 2001.143.15

Edition: 300 (100 numbered 1-100 signed by the artist, with extra suite of first state woodcuts; 200 numbered 101-300)

Impression: 207



Although Czech, Kupka worked primarily in France. Motivated by Wassily Kandinsky's daring abstract works of 1910, Kupka began to evolve his own form of non-objective art. Four Stories in Black and White demonstrates his style, which incorporates both lyrical curvilinear forms and strong architectonic geometrical elements.

See also
PR - Woodcut
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