Hans (Jean) Arp
Composition (Documenta Geigy), 1965
A colorful woodcut
For the first time, a museum exhibition brings into dialogue Auguste Rodin (1840–1917) and Hans Arp (1886–1966), pairing the groundbreaking work of late 19th-century sculpture’s great reformer with the influential work of a major protagonist of 20th-century abstract sculpture. Both artists displayed exceptional artistic inventiveness and enthusiasm for experimentation. Their works left a deep imprint on their times and retain their full relevance to this day.
We are delighted to present you an overview by Hans (Jean) Arp graphic work.
|Technique||Coloured woodcut on yellow grained half cardboard|
|Sheet size||55 x 37.5 cm|
|Frame size||67.4 x 48.3 cm|
|Catalogue raisonné||Arntz 245|
|Glass||Optium glass 3 mm|