Clarence Carter 1978 Tulip Signed Limited Edition Silkscreen Large Abstract Art
Artist Name: Clarence Holbrook Carter
Title: Clarence Carter 1978 Tulip: Signed Limited Edition Silkscreen.
Immerse yourself in the captivating world of abstract art with this extraordinary large, signed limited edition silkscreen by Clarence Carter. Carter, a prominent American artist, leaves an indelible mark with his artistic prowess and unique vision.
Born in Portsmouth, Ohio, Carter honed his skills at the Cleveland School of Art from 1923 to 1927. His talent garnered the attention of William Millikin, the director of the Cleveland Museum of Art, who became a key patron of Carter's work. In 1927, Carter had the opportunity to study under the renowned Hans Hofmann in Capri, Italy, further expanding his artistic horizons.
Throughout the 1930s and 1940s, Carter gained recognition for his poignant paintings depicting the struggles of rural America during the Great Depression. However, following World War II, he embraced a more surrealist approach to painting, exploring the realms of abstraction and unleashing his creativity in new ways.
This signed limited edition silkscreen, titled "1978 Tulip," showcases Carter's evolution as an artist. Through vibrant colors, dynamic shapes, and masterful composition, he invites viewers to explore the depths of abstract expression. The large format of this artwork allows for an immersive experience, captivating the eye and stimulating the imagination.
Recognized for his artistic contributions, Carter was elected as an Associate member of the National Academy of Design in 1949 and later became a full member in 1964, solidifying his esteemed position in the art world.
Medium Type: Silkscreen
Size-Width | Size-Height: 35 " x 25.5"
Signed | Edition Size: Signed and numbered in pencil | 144/ 200
Unframed in Very Good Condition.