Housed in a gleaming 19th-century gilt frame, this large abstract serigraph by the late Paul Chidlaw is a study of negative space, intriguing texture and graphic forms. This one-of-a-kind print is part of a larger, experimental folio of works on paper, all of which are expressive and dream-like. Since it's open to interpretation, we've included horizontal and vertical wires on the back of this piece so you can hang it any way you choose.
A student at L'École des Beaux Arts in Fontainebleau during the 1920's, Paul Chidlaw had a varied and prolific career in the art world. He painted commissions for the WPA, became a revered professor at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and mentored luminaries like Tom Wesselmann and Jim Dine. He was also an early proponent of Abstract Expressionism. Chidlaw passed away in 1989.
23.75" x 28.75" x .5"
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