Alfred Russell 1967 Signed Abstract Etching of a Woman
A 1967 abstract etching by American artist Alfred Russell (1920-2007). The etching depicts a classical angelic figure with the phrase "Veni Redemptor Gentivm Pax" (Come Redeemer of the Nations) on the lower left. The etching is displayed in a gold tone wooden frame behind a cream mat and is signed to the lower right corner.
American Abstract Expressionist artist Alfred Russell studied at the Art Student's League, Atelier 17, and earned his master's degree at Colombia University. Russell exhibited his works alongside many well-known painters such as Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollock, Ad Reinhardt, and Mark Rothko in both Paris and New York. Russell turned to figurative painting mid-life and taught at Brooklyn College. He is represented in the collections of the Brooklyn Museum, Detroit Institute of Arts, and the Whitney Museum of American Art.
12.25” x 15.25” x 1” (frame); 4.25” x 5.75” (plate).
Scratches and minor wear to the frame.
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