Milton Glaser about the Kandinsky print:
I’ve attempted to paraphrase a variety of Kandinsky’s abstract geometric themes to create this portrait.
Here the play and variation of the red outline as it impinges upon a variety of colored shapes is the central graphic idea.
Milton Glaser about the Mondrian print:
I’ve tried to convey the sense of austerity, elegance, and ideological purity that Mondrian pursued in his work.
The background pattern derives from details of one of his paintings rotated and repeated.
Headings: Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944); Piet Mondrian (1872-1944)
Artist: Milton Glaser, New York 1983
Producer/ publisher: Zanders Feinpapiere A.G., Bergisch Gladbach, Germany, 1984
Original, high quality art prints in small edition
Paper: Chromolux 700 – 250 gr/m²
Dimensions: 29,5 x 21,7 inch (75 x 55 cm)
Signed in print: u.r. ‘Milton Glaser‘
Condition: very good
Shipping: fast, packed carefully in a heavy, thick-walled shipping tube. Track & trace and registered.
- Milton Glaser
- Title of artwork
- Tribute to Kandinsky; Tribute to Mondrian
- signed in print