Beautiful and very rare screen print by Mark Verstockt (1930-2014), titled 'Salut Mondrian' from 1971. Of this work only 25 copies exist.
At the top of the sheet are creases, but these will not be visible when framed with a mat.
Mark Verstockt was a Belgian sculptor, graphic artist, painter, and designer.
He studied philosophy and literature at the University of Ghent and received an artistic training at the Academy in Antwerp. Later, he worked for the Higher Institute for Fine Arts in Antwerp.
Until the mid-1960s his work was predominantly lyrical abstract. There were many references to the small and large nature. In those works the viewer may find a great symmetry and a constructivist line.
His work evolved to a more structured composition often with monochrome forms. In the 1970s Verstockt was a part of an international movement that breathed new life into the geometric abstraction of the 1950s. From the 1980s, the neutral 'shape’ of the square becomes the main source of inspiration in the work of Verstockt.
In 1995, Mark Verstockt received the price of the province of Antwerp for his entire oeuvre.
- Mark Verstockt
- Título de la obra
- Salut Mondrian
- Firmado a mano
- Dimensiones de la imagen
- 70×50 cm
- Vendido con marco