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J.H.A. I

Accession Number
2015/2.46

Title
J.H.A. I

Artist(s)
Anni Albers

Artist Nationality
American (North American)

Object Creation Date
1985

Medium & Support
screenprint on paper

Dimensions
21 3/4 in x 19 1/4 in (55.25 cm x 48.89 cm)

Credit Line
Gift of Virginia R. Young in memory of Frederick A. Horowitz

Subject matter
This work is an example of the artist's experiments with printmaking which she began later in her artistic career. Through this process she developed a unique abstract style. Anni Albers was "a textile designer, weaver, writer, and printmaker who inspired a reconsideration of fabrics as an art form, both in their functional roles and as wallhangings." (Albers Foundation page, http://www.albersfoundation.org/artists/biographies/). This is reminiscent of her fabric designs. 

Physical Description
This vertical abstract composition resembles a quilt-like pattern of red on white on red background. 

Primary Object Classification
Print

Primary Object Type
abstract

Collection Area
Modern and Contemporary

Rights
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Keywords
Abstract (fine arts style)
geometric patterns
screen prints
triangles (polygons)

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(Part of: F20 STEGEMANN - BME 599 - GRADUATE INNOVATIVE DESIGN IN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING)
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(Part of: F20 Adlerstein-Gonzalez - EAS 501 - Restoration Ecology Theory and Practice)
SP21 Barry - ENVIRON 244: Art in Nature: Micro to Macro
(Part of: Examples of Online Activities)

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