Garo Antreasian 1962 Signed Limited Edition Lithograph
A 1962 limited edition lithograph by American artist Garo Antreasian (1922-2018). The framed lithograph depicts a dark blue, brown, and black color field intersected and bordered by white. Numbered "4/18" and signed and dated "62" to the lower right corner, the lithograph is presented behind glass and matted in a wood frame.
Garo Antreasian was a noted American painter, author, art educator, and lithographer. Born in Indianapolis, Indiana, Antreasian received his BFA at the John Herron School of Art and then studied with Will Barnett at the Art Students League and Stanley William Hayter at Atelier 17 in New York. Antreasian has works in the permanent collections of various universities and museums across the United States including the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the Library of Congress, and the University of New Mexico where he held a faculty position until the late 1980s. His legacy lives on through his teachings but also his writing. He co-wrote The Tamarind Book of Lithography: Art and Techniques in 1971 and in 2015 published Garo Z. Antreasian: Reflections on Life and Art.
26.75" x 33.75" x 1" (frame). 20.75" x 29" (sight).
Minor scuffs to the frame. There is some discoloration to the paper along the edges and corners.
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