Mul, Bul Dang & Sentimentality


Mul, Bul Dang & Sentimentality by at Hartselle Fine Arts Center. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Abstract woodblock piece by German artist A.R. Penck from the Official Arts Portfolio of the XXIIV Olympics held in Seoul, South Korea in 1988. A.R. Penck was a Neo-Expressionist painter and printmaker, and the influences of Modern Primitivism with German Expressionism are clear in this composition. Signed and numbered in pencil, edition: 300. Unframed.


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Abstract woodblock piece by German artist A.R. Penck from the Official Arts Portfolio of the XXIIV Olympics held in Seoul, South Korea in 1988. A.R. Penck was a Neo-Expressionist painter and printmaker, and the influences of Modern Primitivism with German Expressionism are clear in this composition. Signed and numbered in pencil, edition: 300. Unframed.

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Category:
R-Print Photographs
Artist:
A.R. Penck
Size:
35 in. x 27 in. (88.9 cm x 68.58 cm)
Media:
Screenprint
Item Size:
27 x 35 x 0 inches

 


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