- Original colour silkscreen print by Jos de Mey (Sint-Denijs-Westrem, 1928)
- Hand-signed and numbered (114/250) in pencil.
- With accompanying poem
Will be sent professionally packed and insured with track and trace.
From the art folder "50 kunstenaars 1977".
Published on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the Peter Bekaert workshop.
Year: June 1977
Publisher: Peter Bekaert
Print: Atelier Peter Bekaert, Ekeren
A Pythagorean tree is a figure made up of the square and the triangle. By repeating the Pythagorean theorem endlessly, a tree-like form appears. This construction was devised by the Dutch mathematics teacher Albert Bosman. The Belgian artist Jos de Mey, made a long study of this tree and thus many variants were created in sketch form.
- Jos De Mey (St-Denijs-Westrem, 1928)
- Title of artwork
- Schaduwboom volgens Pythagoras
- Hand signed
- 250 ex
- As new
- Image size
- 29×41 cm
- Total dimensions
- 42×55×0 cm
- Sold with frame