London Series II Orange Pink by Robert Motherwell (American, 1915-1991). From the London Series II portfolio. Published in 1970-71 by Marlborough Graphics Inc. Printed at Kelpra Studio in London under the direction of Chris Prater. Screenprint on J.B. Green mould-made Double Elephant paper. Pencil signed and numbered lower right. Limited edition numbered 107 of 150. Reference: The Prints of Robert Motherwell- Catalogue Raisonne 1943-1990" Stephanie Terenzio & Dorothy c. Belknap Page 178. Provenance: Triton Museum of Art (Santa Clara, CA).
Size: 28 1/4" h x 41" w (sheet)
Condition: Excellent color and impression. Framed.
Robert Motherwell (American, 1915–1991) was an American printmaker, editor, and painter. He is known for his contribution to the Color Field and Abstract Expressionist movements. He attended Stanford, Harvard, and Columbia University. At Columbia, he met Meyer Schapiro, who encouraged Motherwell to pursue painting at the New York School. Motherwell was one of the youngest to attend the school and met Philip Guston, Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollack, and Mark Rothko.