David Smith



David Smith is considered among America’s greatest twentieth-century sculptors, and his work after World War II is associated with American Abstract Expressionism, of which he was the leading exponent in sculpture. This work, in metallic enamel sprayed onto paper over stencils, is strongly related to Smith’s late sculpture, an example of which can be seen in the Nasher Sculpture Garden.

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Artist David Smith
Date 1963
Medium Spray enamel on paper
Dimensions 29 x 44 cm
Credit line Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York. Gift, The David Smith Estate
Accession 2007.148
Collection Acquisitions
Type Work on paper

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