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Last updated: 6/23/2019
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Adolph Gottlieb (American, 1903-1974)

Jonna Rae Brinkman / Helen Frankenthaler / Sam Gilliam / Adolph Gottlieb / Nancy Graves / Howard Hodgkin
Wassily Kandinsky / Manel Lledos / Kazimir Malevich / Joan Miro / Joan Mitchell / Robert Motherwell / Louise Nevelson

Pierre Tal-Coat / Antoni Tapies / Bram van Velde
Adolph Gottlieb has been acclaimed as one of the most important and inventive of the Abstract Expressionist movement. For a chronologyy and a guide to recent and current exhibitions, see the website of the Gottlieb Foundation: .

Bibliography: Lawrence Alloway & Mary Davis MacNaughton. Adolph Gottlieb: a Retrospective (NY: The Arts Publisher, 1981; published in conjunction with an important travelling retrospective of Gottlieb's works at the Corcoran Gallery Of Art in Washington D.C., the LA County Museum of Art and the Albright-KnoxMuseum); Robert Doty & Diane Waldman, Adolph Gottlieb (NY: Praeger, 1968; published in conjunction with an exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art and The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York); Martin Friedman, Adolph Gottlieb (Minneapolis: Walker Art Center, 1963); Sanford Hirsch, Lawrence Alloway, et al., The Pictographs of Adolph Gottlieb (NY: Hudson Hills Press, 1994); April Kingsley, Adolph Gottlieb: Works on Paper (Art Museum Association of America 1985); Miriam Roberts, Adolph Gottlieb: Paintings 1921-1956 (Omaha: Joslyn Art Museum, 1980). Miriam Roberts, ed. Adolph Gottlieb: Works on Paper (San Francisco: The Art Museum Association of America, 1985).
Black Ground—Red Disk (A.A.A.34) . Original color lithograph, 1966. 50 signed & numbered impressions on Arches paper. One of Gottlieb's most beautiful prints. Image size: 718x507mm. Price: SOLD.
Untitled (Red Burst). Original color lithograph, 1969. 250 signed & numbered impressions on Arches paper (plus 50 impressions on Japon). Published by the Internationlal Rescue Committee. Image size: 650x500mm. Price: SOLD

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