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Ten Days, 1971

Print

Etching and aquatint

30.00 x 22.00 in

76.2 x 55.9 cm

This work is signed lower right in pencil "B. Marden 71", signed lower left in pencil "R".

$14,000
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About The Work

From his early monochrome paintings to his calligraphic loops and webs, Brice Marden has unwaveringly adhered to modernist principles of abstraction. This etching is from a series of eight related compositions executed over the span of ten days. Divided into two parts that  echo the rectangular shape of the canvas, this work emphasizes its paradoxical materiality—both starkly minimal and replete with subtle variations and imperfections upon close inspection.

About Brice Marden

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  • This work is an AP outside of the edition of 30.

  • This work is framed. Frame measurements are 32.75" x 25.25".
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