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Josef Albers

1888 - 1976
Bottrop, Germany

16 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by Josef Albers

Variant V

1967

43.2 x 43.2cm

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Partial Ten Variants Folio

1966

43.2 x 43.2cm

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Variant IX

1972

30.48 x 26.67cm

166,40 €

Variant VII

1972

30.48 x 26.67cm

166,40 €

Variant IV

1972

30.48 x 26.67cm

166,40 €

Variant III

1972

30.48 x 26.67cm

166,40 €

Homage to the Square II

1970

23 x 24.4cm

261,48 €

Homage to the Square I

1970

24.4 x 23cm

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Homage to the Square: Renewed Hope

1971

19.4 x 22.9cm

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Josef Albers (1888 - 1976) was a German-born artist and educator. He taught at the Bauhaus and Black Mountain College, headed Yale University's department of design, and is considered one of the most influential teachers of the visual arts in the twentieth century. As an artist, Albers worked in several disciplines, including photography, typography, murals and printmaking. He is best known for his work as an abstract painter and a theorist. His book Interaction of Color was published in 1963.

Albers' approach toward painting and pedagody emphasized artists' experiences in the handling and mixing of pigments, which often have different results than predicted by color theory experiments with projected light or spinning color disks.