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Colour Field Composition

Richard Mortensen (Kopenhagen 1910 - Kopenhagen 1993)


Colour Field Composition

Lot-No. 211

Proceeds : 200,00 €


Silkscreen in colours, 65 x 45 cm, sign. a. dat. lo. ri. Richard Mortensen 70, lo. le. num. 44/75, matted a. framed under glass, unopened. - One of the most important Danish artist of the 20th cent., studied at the Copenhagen academy und S. Wandel a. A. Jörgensen, had his first solo exhibition as early as 1933, in 1946 he was awarded the Edvard-Munch Prize, in 1951 the Kandinsky Prize, in 1947 he moved to Paris where he soon became one of the most eminent artist of the Nouvelle École de Paris, he exhibited at the Documenta I-III, in 1964 also at the Venice Biennale, in 1964 he became professor in Copenhagen a. was awarded the Thorvaldsen medal in 1968. - Lit.: Vollmer, Bénézit.

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Richard Mortensen: Colour Field Composition


Richard Mortensen (Kopenhagen 1910 - Kopenhagen 1993)

Colour Field Composition

Lot-No. 211

Proceeds : 200,00 €

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Silkscreen in colours, 65 x 45 cm, sign. a. dat. lo. ri. Richard Mortensen 70, lo. le. num. 44/75, matted a. framed under glass, unopened. - One of the most important Danish artist of the 20th cent., studied at the Copenhagen academy und S. Wandel a. A. Jörgensen, had his first solo exhibition as early as 1933, in 1946 he was awarded the Edvard-Munch Prize, in 1951 the Kandinsky Prize, in 1947 he moved to Paris where he soon became one of the most eminent artist of the Nouvelle École de Paris, he exhibited at the Documenta I-III, in 1964 also at the Venice Biennale, in 1964 he became professor in Copenhagen a. was awarded the Thorvaldsen medal in 1968. - Lit.: Vollmer, Bénézit.

Colour Field Composition