Type: Edition Domberger, Stuttgart calendar
Printed on: Paper
Dimensions: Paper 49 x 42 cm, Image: 43.5 x 42 cm
Signed: Not signed
Edition: 2870 unsigned editions, 130 signed.
The print comes from a calendar of the Edition Domberger printing house. The Stuttgart printing company has printed dozens of calendars over the years with original silkscreens. This print comes from the 1972 calendar. A total of 3000 copies were printed, 130 of which were signed.
About the Artist: Josef Levi
United States, February 17, 1938
Josef Levi is an American artist whose art has undergone major style changes. He started his career in the 1960s and then mainly made modern and abstract work using new materials such as metal and lighting fixtures. Around 1975 Levi mainly painted and drew still lifes. At first he did this in a traditional way, but later he added images from art history. He mainly used images of the well-known old masters. Around 1980 he started to work on women's faces that appeared on works of art by other artists. He tried to reproduce these women's faces as best he could, but consciously made subtle changes here and there. Around 2000, Josef Levi again took a completely different approach to his way of working. He currently works entirely with computers. He makes graphic prints with the help of digital techniques. His work is in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art, the National Gallery of Art and other museums. His art has also appeared on the cover of Harper's Magazine twice.
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