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Brice Marden Art

American, 1938-2023

Acclaimed American artist Brice Marden worked for decades in abstract mode, creating lush, monochromatic multiple-panel paintings and notebooks full of mesmerizing drawings that are imbued with the lyricism of calligraphy. He was deemed a master of minimalism.

“Ultimately, I’m using the painting as a sounding board for the spirit,” Marden once said. “You can be painting and go into a place where thought stops — where you can just be and it just comes out.”

Marden received his BFA from Boston University College of Fine Arts in 1961 and his MFA from Yale University’s School of Art in 1963. Afterward, the Bronxville, New York, native moved back to New York City. There, he was exposed to the work of Jasper Johns while he was working as a guard at the Jewish Museum and later Robert Rauschenberg’s art when he became Rauschenberg’s studio assistant.

Apart from these iconic artists and the Abstract Expressionist movement, Marden’s inspirations were numerous and broad-ranging: trips to the Hydra islands in Greece beginning in the early 1970s (he kept a home there), Baroque masters like Francisco Goya and Chinese stone carvings from the late eighth century. Each of these influences yielded a milestone in Marden’s career, whether he created a revered series of paintings or incorporated a new technique or approach in a practice that had been otherwise evolving for years.

Marden is also known for having experimented with the tools he used to paint his networks of colorful, rhythmic lines. Sometimes he replaced brushes with sticks, dipping their ends in ink and making art that references Chinese calligraphy. In his early days, Marden was also known to paint with kitchen spatulas. His dedication to gesture and line was at the heart of his practice.

Marden’s work can be found in the collections of the Tate Britain, the Art Institute of Chicago, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and other institutions.

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Brice Marden in London (hand signed) Gagosian Gallery poster Minimalist abstract
By Brice Marden
Located in New York, NY
Brice Marden in London (Hand signed), 2017 Offset lithograph poster. Hand signed by Brice Marden Signed in black marker by Brice Marden on the fron...
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2010s Contemporary Brice Marden Art

Materials

Offset, Felt Pen, Lithograph

Elevation Exhibition Poster (Hand Signed by Brice Marden) acquired 24" x 34.75"
By Brice Marden
Located in New York, NY
Brice Marden Elevation Poster (Hand Signed by Brice Marden), 2019 Offset lithograph. Hand Signed by Brice Marden Boldly signed in black marker by Brice Marden on the front 24 × 34 3/4 inches (ships rolled in a tube measuring 35" x 6") Provenance: Acquired from Gagosian gallery Publisher: Gagosian Gallery, NY Unframed Produced in 2019 on the occasion of the exhibition "Brice Marden: It reminds me of something, and I don’t know what it is." at Gagosian. This signed example was acquired directly from Gagosian gallery before they sold out. About Brice Marden: Ultimately I’m using the painting as a sounding board for the spirit. . . . You can be painting and go into a place where thought stops—where you can just be and it just comes out. . . . I present it as an open situation rather than a closed situation. —Brice Marden Brice Marden (1938–2023) continuously refined and extended the traditions of lyrical abstraction. Experimenting with self-imposed rules, limits, and processes, and drawing inspiration from his extensive travels, Marden brought together the diagrammatic formulations of Minimalism, the immediacy of Abstract Expressionism, and the intuitive gesture of calligraphy in his exploration of gesture, line, and color. Born in Bronxville, New York, Marden received an MFA from Yale University’s School of Art and Architecture, where his teachers included the painters Alex Katz and Jon Schueler. After graduation he worked as a guard at the Jewish Museum in New York. There, during a 1964 Jasper Johns retrospective, Marden studied Johns’s early works extensively and considered them in relation to the Baroque masters he has long admired, such as Francisco de Zurbarán, Francisco Goya, and Diego Velázquez. Marden’s paintings from the 1960s include subtle, shimmering monochromes in gray tones, sometimes assembled into multipanel works, in a manner similar to the black paintings and White Paintings of Robert Rauschenberg, who hired Marden as a studio assistant in 1966. A trip to Greece in the early 1970s led Marden to create the Hydra paintings (1972), which capture the turquoise hues of the Mediterranean, and Thira (1979–80), a painting composed of eighteen interconnected panels inspired by the shadows and geometry of ancient temples. To heighten the effect of each color, plane, and brushstroke, Marden developed the unique process of adding beeswax and turpentine to oil paint and applying the mixture in many thin layers. Marden employed this technique for the Grove Group paintings (1972–76)—exhibited at Gagosian’s Madison Avenue gallery in New York in 1991, along with related works—and the Red Yellow Blue paintings...
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2010s Minimalist Brice Marden Art

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Felt Pen, Lithograph, Offset

Limited Edition lithographic poster, Museum für Gegenwartskunst Basel (Framed)
By Brice Marden
Located in New York, NY
Brice Marden Limited Edition lithographic poster, Museum für Gegenwartskunst Basel (Framed), 1993 Offset Lithograph Limited edition of 500 Publisher Museum für Gegenwartskunst Basel,...
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1990s Minimalist Brice Marden Art

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Brice Marden -- Tiles, 1979
By Brice Marden
Located in BRUCE, ACT
Brice Marden Tiles, 1979 Etching with aquatint, on Somerset satin paper Edition 5 / 50 lower left Hang signed and dated lower right Image size 20 x 20 cm Sheet size 75 x 57 cm Refer...
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1970s Brice Marden Art

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Brice Marden, Etching for Parkett - Signed Print, Minimalism, Abstract Art
By Brice Marden
Located in Hamburg, DE
Brice Marden (American, b. 1938) Etching for Parkett, 1986 Medium: Sugar lift and aquatint on Rives BFK, bound in Parkett journal no. 7 Dimensions: 25.5 x 21 cm Edition of 100: Hand-...
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20th Century Minimalist Brice Marden Art

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Aquatint

Poster of Brice Marden's studio (hand signed by Brice Marden) Nan Goldin photo
By Brice Marden
Located in New York, NY
Brice Marden's Studio Offset lithograph poster (hand signed by Brice Marden in 2015) This print was published on the occasion of Brice Marden's 1996 exhibition at the Matthew Marks Gallery in Chelsea, New York City. The image is based on Nan Goldin's 1995 photograph of Marden working in his studio. The print was signed by Brice Marden for the present owner. A collectors item when hand signed! About Brice Marden: Ultimately I’m using the painting as a sounding board for the spirit. . . . You can be painting and go into a place where thought stops—where you can just be and it just comes out. . . . I present it as an open situation rather than a closed situation. —Brice Marden Brice Marden (1938–2023) continuously refined and extended the traditions of lyrical abstraction. Experimenting with self-imposed rules, limits, and processes, and drawing inspiration from his extensive travels, Marden brought together the diagrammatic formulations of Minimalism, the immediacy of Abstract Expressionism, and the intuitive gesture of calligraphy in his exploration of gesture, line, and color. Born in Bronxville, New York, Marden received an MFA from Yale University’s School of Art and Architecture, where his teachers included the painters Alex Katz and Jon Schueler. After graduation he worked as a guard at the Jewish Museum in New York. There, during a 1964 Jasper Johns retrospective, Marden studied Johns’s early works extensively and considered them in relation to the Baroque masters he has long admired, such as Francisco de Zurbarán, Francisco Goya, and Diego Velázquez. Marden’s paintings from the 1960s include subtle, shimmering monochromes in gray tones, sometimes assembled into multipanel works, in a manner similar to the black paintings and White Paintings of Robert Rauschenberg, who hired Marden as a studio assistant in 1966. A trip to Greece in the early 1970s led Marden to create the Hydra paintings (1972), which capture the turquoise hues of the Mediterranean, and Thira (1979–80), a painting composed of eighteen interconnected panels inspired by the shadows and geometry of ancient temples. To heighten the effect of each color, plane, and brushstroke, Marden developed the unique process of adding beeswax and turpentine to oil paint and applying the mixture in many thin layers. Marden employed this technique for the Grove Group paintings (1972–76)—exhibited at Gagosian’s Madison Avenue gallery in New York in 1991, along with related works—and the Red Yellow Blue paintings...
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2010s Minimalist Brice Marden Art

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Pencil, Lithograph, Offset

Distant Muses
By Brice Marden
Located in New York, NY
Brice Marden Distant Muses 2000 Screenprint 23 1/2 x 19 1/8 inches; 60 x 49 cm Edition of 300 Signed, dated, and numbered in graphite (lower recto) Frame available upon request Available from Matthew Marks...
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Early 2000s Contemporary Brice Marden Art

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Screen

Matthew Marks gallery poster: Attendants Bears and Rocks, Signed by Brice Marden
By Brice Marden
Located in New York, NY
Brice Marden Attendants, Bears and Rocks (Hand Signed by Brice Marden), 2002 Offset Lithograph Poster Hand signed boldly in black marker by Brice Marden on the front 17 × 22 inches U...
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Early 2000s Minimalist Brice Marden Art

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Lithograph, Offset, Permanent Marker

Celadon Muse
By Brice Marden
Located in New York, NY
Brice Marden Celadon Muse 2003 Two color etching / one color lithograph 22 x 30 inches; 56 x 76 cm Edition of 45 Signed, dated, and numbered in graphite (lower recto) Frame available...
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Early 2000s Contemporary Brice Marden Art

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Etching, Lithograph

Brice Marden Set of 4 Etching Tiles, 1979
By Brice Marden
Located in Toledo, OH
Brice Marden tile set of 4, Circa 1979. Four framed Etchings with Aquatint on Somerset Satin Paper. All tiles are signed and numbered from an edition of 50 published by Parasol Press, LTD, New York. The Art has been vetted by 1st Dibbs...
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Late 20th Century Minimalist Brice Marden Art

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Brice Marden Book of Images, 1970 Karma, New York, 2013 - out of print; ltd ed
By Brice Marden
Located in New York, NY
Brice Marden Book of Images, 1970 Karma, New York, 2013 224 pages 7 × 4 1⁄4 inches Edition of 1,000 Out of print The forgoing suite: work same shapes only so I can push differences ...
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2010s Brice Marden Art

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Lithograph

Nevis Letter
By Brice Marden
Located in New York, NY
Brice Marden Nevis Letter 2009 Etching 30 x 22 1/2 inches; 76 x 57 cm Edition of 45 Signed, dated, and numbered in graphite (lower recto) Frame available upon request Available from Matthew Marks...
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Early 2000s Contemporary Brice Marden Art

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Lana 2
By Brice Marden
Located in New York, NY
Brice Marden Lana 2 1966 Screenprint on paper 20 x 24 inches; 51 x 61 cm Edition of 11 Signed, titled, and numbered in graphite (lower recto) This silkscreen was printed by Brice...
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1960s Minimalist Brice Marden Art

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Untitled
By Brice Marden
Located in New York, NY
Edition size: 15; Signed, dated, and numbered in pencil, lower margin
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1980s Minimalist Brice Marden Art

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Lana 2
By Brice Marden
Located in New York, NY
Frame size: 28 1/2 x 24 3/4 inches Printer: Chiron Press, New York Publisher: The Artist Signed, titled, and numbered, lower margin
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1960s Minimalist Brice Marden Art

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Screen

Cyprian Evocation
By Brice Marden
Located in New York, NY
Publisher: The artist Edition size: 60, plus proofs Signed, dated, and numbered, lower margin
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1990s Contemporary Brice Marden Art

Materials

Aquatint, Etching

Line Muses
By Brice Marden
Located in New York, NY
1999-2001 Etching and lithograph in colors, on Somerset Satin paper Sheet: 22 x 30 in. Edition of 45 Signed, dated and numbered in pencil, lower margin
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1990s Minimalist Brice Marden Art

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Beyond Eagles Mere
By Brice Marden
Located in New York, NY
2001 Etching in colors and lithograph, on Somerset Satin paper, with full margins Sheet: 22 x 30 in. (55.9 x 76.2 cm) Edition of 45 + 10AP Signed, dated and numbered in pencil Framed...
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Early 2000s Minimalist Brice Marden Art

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Etching, Lithograph

#8
By Brice Marden
Located in New York, NY
2012 Etching and aquatint on Somerset paper Sheet: 21 1/2 x 22 1/2 in. Edition of 45 Signed, dated and numbered in pencil Unframed, mint condition
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2010s Minimalist Brice Marden Art

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Etching, Aquatint

Distant Muses
By Brice Marden
Located in New York, NY
8-color screenprint Sheet: 23 3/8 x 19 in. (59.4 x 48.3 cm) Edition of 300 Signed, dated and numbered in pencil on lower margin Published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles
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Early 2000s Minimalist Brice Marden Art

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