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ELLSWORTH KELLY (American / 1923-)

Born in Newburgh, New York, Ellsworth Kelly studied art in Boston, and then at the Beaux-Arts, Paris, under the G.I. Bill. One of the great masters of twentieth-century art. Ellsworth Kelly lived in France for a time, and has always been appreciated there, exhibiting with the Galerie Maeght, who also published our lithographs in the art revue Derrière le Miroir. The art of Ellsworth Kelly was influenced by modern avant-garde artists such as Arp, Brancusi, and his fellow-American Alexander Calder, but also by Matisse.

See also:

HANS (JEAN) ARP
ALEXANDER CALDER
JASPER JOHNS
HENRI MATISSE
JOAN MIRÓ

Selected prints by ELLSWORTH KELLY

Flower (Hommage à
Aimé et Marguerite
Maeght), 1982
Lithograph
Orange green, 1964
Lithograph
Green black blue, 1958
Lithograph

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