David Roth String Painting, Program #5

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David Roth String Painting, Program #5

19,000.00

$19,000

United States
1970/2000

String painting by David Roth titled "The Passage of the Spectrum Through each Color, woven with its Complimentary Inversion" This is the second version, executed in 2000, based on Program #5 from 1970. Roth (b. 1942) studied with Aaron Siskind and Harry Callahan at the Illinois Institute of Technology's Institute of Design in the early 1960s. He was represented by New York City's Robert Elkon Gallery in the 1970s and his works are in numerous museums, including the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum, and the Albright Knox Museum, as well as in corporate and private collections. String Paintings consist of acrylic painted cotton strings that hang from a horizontal support, conforming to the flat rectangular illusion of the traditionally constructed ‘painting’. This example was exhibited at Moderne Gallery in Philadelphia in 2001. With a handwritten description from the artist.

Condition
Excellent

Measurements
Height:  72 in.
Width/length:  48 in.
Depth:  2.5 in.

Specifications:
Number of items:  1
Materials/techniques: Acrylic-painted cotton string

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