Adja Yunkers Signed 1966 “Summer in Venice I” Abstract Lithograph


A 1966 abstract lithograph titled Summer in Venice I by the Russian-American artist Adja Yunkers (1900-1983). Signed and dated to the bottom right, this print from the Print Club of Cleveland features abstract collisions of color, specifically blue, black, yellow, and gray. The print is displayed in a black wooden frame with a cream mat.

Adja Yunkers was born in the Russian Empire and studied art in Berlin, Paris, London, and Leningrad. Yunkers published and edited both the ARS and Creation art magazines when he lived in Stockholm during the 1940s. He moved to the United States thereafter, and is widely known for his Salt and Skies of Venice lithograph series created in the 1960s. Yunkers works are held in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Guggenheim Museum, the Hirshorn Museum, the Cleveland Museum of Art, as well as others.



15” x 20” x .75” (frame); 9” x 13.25” (image).

Condition notes:

Scratches and scuffs to the frame.

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