Mark Di Suvero (American, 1933-)

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"Di Suvero's sculptures are widely known for a rough geometry of forms in balanced motion. The materials are usually mixed and fundamentally inelegant-wooden or steel beams, chain, stone. Di Suvero's prints, if not outright sketches for sculptures, capture something of the spirit of these works."-Gene Baro, The Brooklyn Museum, 1976

Di Suvero had made an edition of small sculptures with Ken Tyler at Gemini G.E.L., but his first lithographs were made at Tyler Graphics Ltd. in New York in 1976.

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Mark Di Suvero (American, 1933-)
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lithograph and screenprint, ink on paper
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inscribed in pencil, L.L.: 13/100 | signed in pencil, L.R.: Mark di Suvero
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Gift of Dr. Steven Conant in honor of Dr. Thomas Kuebler
© Mark Di Suvero
Prints, Drawings, and Photographs

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