Gene Davis Yellow Jack 1979 Lithograph on Arches Archival Paper
Yellow Jack - 1979
Print - Lithograph on Arches Archival Paper 25'' x 22.5''
Edition: Signed in pencil, dated and marked 236/250
Known for his dazzling and immediately recognizable stripe paintings, Gene Davis emerged from the ranks of the Washington Color School to national prominence. Davis, who helped make Washington, D.C., a center of contemporary art, played a significant national and international role in the color abstraction movement.
Encouraged and championed by Jacob Kainen and later by Clement Greenberg, Davis enjoyed scores of major exhibitions during his long career.