Josef Albers spent his adult life painting, documenting and writing about color in all of its variety and surprises A work from his Homage to the Square series is in most modern art museums. This work from 1962 is entitled Study for Homage to the Square: High Spring. “This is one of the best exhibitions of the season” wrote Donald Judd after seeing the show.
Offered here is an offset reproduction of the original painting at a reduced size. It features a very richly inked impression. It was printed in Germany on 100 lb. wove finish uncoated lithographic paper by Walther König. It is in a white acid-free mat and a slim aluminium frame that measures 16 × 16 inches with a glass face.