Red, Yellow and Blue

Red, Yellow and Blue


Ellsworth Kelly (1923-2015)
Red, Yellow and Blue, 2005
49.5cm x 49.5cm (Image), 85cm x 64.7cm (Paper)

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An original lithograph on wove paper after American artist Ellsworth Kelly (1923-2015) titled "Red, Yellow, Blue", 2005. This lithograph was produced for Kelly's special exhibition "Les Ateliers de La Modernite" at Foundation Maeght in Paris, France, July 3rd - November 5th, 2005. The image printed is a reproduction of Kelly's 1963, 91" x 91", oil on canvas, "Red, Yellow, Blue". Printed by Foundation Maeght under the supervision of Ellsworth Kelly.
Ellsworth Kelly was a widely influential force in the post-war art world. He first rose to critical acclaim in the 1950s with his bright, multi-paneled and largely monochromatic canvases. Maintaining a persistent focus on the dynamic relationships between shape, form and color, Kelly was one of the first artists to create irregularly shaped canvases. His subsequent layered reliefs, flat sculptures, and line drawings further challenged viewers' conceptions of space. While not adhering to any one artistic movement, Kelly vitally influenced the development of Minimalism, Hard-edge painting, Color Field, and Pop art.

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