IDBURY PRINTS

Screenprinting though silk is essentially a development of the pochoir stencil method; the image is created by stencilling ink through a fine mesh.

 
JOSEF ALBERS
Interaction of color XVIII-7 (r), 1963
Serigraph/silkscreen
 
JOSEF ALBERS
Interaction of color XVIII-8 (r), 1963
Serigraph/silkscreen
 
JOSEF ALBERS
Interaction of color XVIII-9 (l), 1963
Serigraph/silkscreen
 
JOSEF ALBERS
Interaction of color XX-1 (l), 1963
Serigraph/silkscreen
 
JOSEF ALBERS
Interaction of color XX-1 (r), 1963
Serigraph/silkscreen
 
JOSEF ALBERS
Interaction of color XXI-1 (l), 1963
Serigraph/silkscreen
 
JOSEF ALBERS
Interaction of color XXI-1 (r), 1963
Serigraph/silkscreen
 
JOSEF ALBERS
Interaction of color XXII-2 (l), 1963
Serigraph/silkscreen
 
JOSEF ALBERS
Interaction of color XXII-2 (r), 1963
Serigraph/silkscreen
 
JOSEF ALBERS
Interaction of color XXIII-2 (l), 1963
Serigraph/silkscreen
 
JOSEF ALBERS
Interaction of color XXIII-2 (r), 1963
Serigraph/silkscreen
 
JOSEF ALBERS
Interaction of color XXIII-3 (l), 1963
Serigraph/silkscreen

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