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Josef Albers, "Study for Homage to the Square: In May" (1960) | painting | oil on Masonite      Source: www.sfmoma.org/...   San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Josef Albers, "Study for Homage to the Square: In May" (1960) | painting | oil on Masonite Source: www.sfmoma.org/... San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Homage to the Square: Park 1967 © The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Homage to the Square: Park 1967 © The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Albers was a student of the Bauhaus in Dessau, Germany and was a practicing artist in the fields of design, typography, photographer, painter, printmaker and poet. His most influential work was created in the field of abstract painting and it showed an influence of both the Bauhaus and the Constructivists with its simplified geometric shapes.   His series Homage to the Square is an example of his disciplined approach to composition and color theory.

Albers was a student of the Bauhaus in Dessau, Germany and was a practicing artist in the fields of design, typography, photographer, painter, printmaker and poet. His most influential work was created in the field of abstract painting and it showed an influence of both the Bauhaus and the Constructivists with its simplified geometric shapes. His series Homage to the Square is an example of his disciplined approach to composition and color theory.

The theory is complex and evolved over the years, but during his career, Albers produced a prodigious number of color-field paintings, beginning with a series called “Homage to the Square” in 1949 (we’re showing “Homage to the Square Ascending,” 1953). These works make perfect paint palettes for today’s rooms, from the bright and sunny to the introspective and demure.

The theory is complex and evolved over the years, but during his career, Albers produced a prodigious number of color-field paintings, beginning with a series called “Homage to the Square” in 1949 (we’re showing “Homage to the Square Ascending,” 1953). These works make perfect paint palettes for today’s rooms, from the bright and sunny to the introspective and demure.

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