Josef Albers (German, 1888 - 1976): Four Interaction of Color Production Tests. Silkscreens on cream colored rag paper, unsigned, unframed.
A prolific 20th-century artist, known primarily for his "Homages to Squares," Josef Albers was also a highly innovative teacher associated with the Bauhaus in Weimar, Germany; Black Mountain College in North Carolina; and the Yale School of Fine Art in New Haven, Connecticut.
Various sizes approximately 10 x 6.5 inches.
Private Collection, Delaware, USA.
Great condition; some have pinhole in corners; some have a tattered edge on left side; some have small noted in pencil verso.
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