Abstract expressionist Helen Frankenthaler is perhaps the most celebrated of all the women on the American art scene to date. Her 1970 piece "Sesame" is reproduced as a serigraph.
Serigraphy is a process in which multiple layers of ink are manually pressed through fine screens which replicates the unique qualities of the original artwork.
Details of Silkscreen, Frankenthaler, Sesame, 1970 with Maple Frame
- Dimensions: 32"w 2"d 44"h
- Glazing Material: plexiglass
- Product Origin: made in Ohio
- Item Number: 163348
- Material: maple See full material details
- Finish: lacquer
- Material Description: Maple adds timeless warmth and lightness to your room. Even after maple is harvested and made into furniture, it continues to be a living, breathing material that responds to its environment - it expands and contracts with changes in humidity and also changes color over time as it's exposed to air, sunlight and wear. New maple ranges in color from cream to gold and will beautifully deepen in gold tones over time.
- Secondary Material: archival paper
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