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$ 14,500

Untitled, from the Naissance Series

Origin United States
Period 2000-2018
Materials Acrylic and Graphite on Mylar
W. 36 in; H. 39 in;
W. 91.44 cm; H. 99.06 cm;
Condition Excellent.
Creation Date 2014
Description California artist David Einstein's gestural absraction has a semiotic quality to it. It is a study of how meaning is created, not what is. Indeed, the artist calls himself "a mark maker," as much as a painter. His work is influenced by Japanese calligraphy as well as Hebrew script. He studied with Brice Marsden.

Einstein has been on a tear as of late, with acquisitions by the Crocker Museum, Denver Museum, Newark Museum, Reno Museum, Palm Springs Museum, and the Albuquerque Museum.
Styles / Movements California School, Color Field, Contemporary
Incollect Reference Number 250249
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