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Kenneth Noland Art

American, 1924-2010
Kenneth Noland was an American painter. He was known as one of the best American color field painters, although in the 1950's he was thought of as an abstract expressionist and in the 1960's as a minimalist painter. He is most famously known for his target paintings. Noland also helped establish the Washington Color School movement.
(Biography provided by Hartmann Gallery)
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Shadow Line
By Kenneth Noland
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Kenneth Noland (1924 – 2010) is one of the most important artists and contributors to the evolution of American abstraction. He is one of the most beloved figures in the Color-Field ...
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1960s Color-Field Kenneth Noland Art

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Screen

Sky Circle
By Kenneth Noland
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Kenneth Noland (1924 – 2010) is one of the most important artists and contributors to the evolution of American abstraction. He is one of the most beloved figures in the Color-Field ...
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Early 2000s Color-Field Kenneth Noland Art

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Etching, Aquatint

Stockholm
By Kenneth Noland
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Kenneth Noland (1924 – 2010) is one of the most important artists and contributors to the evolution of American abstraction. He is one of the most beloved figures in the Color-Field ...
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1970s Color-Field Kenneth Noland Art

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Screen

Violet Chevron
By Kenneth Noland
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Kenneth Noland (1924 – 2010) is one of the most important artists and contributors to the evolution of American abstraction. He is one of the most beloved and enduring figures in the Color-Field movement. Unlike many of his contemporaries, such as Helen Frankenthaler and Sam Gilliam, Noland nearly rejected printmaking until later in his career. And once Noland began collaborating with the printmakers at Tyler Graphics (and other studios) he was more interested in using their applications to make unique one-of-a-kind artworks. This unique and intimately-scaled monotype is an excellent example of Noland's signature forms and aesthetic from the late 1970s/early 1980s. The chevron was a frequently employed motif of his, first debuting around 1963 and realized repeatedly through the years in different styles and medium. Here, Noland dissolves the strict geometric lines of his signature chevron or pointed "V", overwhelming the structure with color that appears to be either smeared, splattered or scraped. Lavender, pale rose, mauve, cornflower, chartreuse, ocean blue, ivory and pearl shift into and out of each other, yet avoiding the clear-cut stacked triangular outline of his signature chevron arrangement. Noland's chevrons are some of the most iconic and desirable works in the 20th-century art canon. This piece is a fine example of one of Noland's creations that showcases his ingenuity and mastery of color. Questions about this piece? Contact us. Visit our Toronto gallery on Thursdays or by appointment. "Chevron" 1983...
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1980s Color-Field Kenneth Noland Art

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Monotype

Stipes
By Kenneth Noland
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Kenneth Noland (1924 – 2010) is one of the most important artists and contributors to the evolution of American abstraction. He is one of the most beloved and enduring figures in the...
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1980s Color-Field Kenneth Noland Art

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Monotype

Bands
By Kenneth Noland
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Kenneth Noland (1924 – 2010) is renowned for his contribution to American abstraction. He is also one of the key artists of color-field painting. Unlike some of his contemporaries, N...
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1980s Color-Field Kenneth Noland Art

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Handmade Paper, Monoprint

Color Field Target lithograph on hand made paper by Kenneth Noland signed Framed
By Kenneth Noland
Located in New York, NY
Kenneth Noland Untitled Target, 2004 Lithograph on hand made paper with deckled edges Signed and numbered in pencil from the limited edition of 75 on the lower front; bears the artis...
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Early 2000s Contemporary Kenneth Noland Art

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Mixed Media, Handmade Paper, Pencil, Lithograph

Kenneth Noland Print 72/300
By Kenneth Noland
Located in San Francisco, CA
Kenneth Noland Untitled framed print, Signed and dated 1973. Stamped on back Copyright 1973 by Kenneth Noland pencil numbered 72/300 Printed at Styria Studio. Newly framed and ready ...
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1970s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Kenneth Noland Art

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Paper

Monograph titled Themes and Variations 1958-2000 (hand signed by Kenneth Noland)
By Kenneth Noland
Located in New York, NY
Kenneth Noland Themes and Variations 1958-2000 (hand signed by Kenneth Noland), 2002 Softback monograph with stiff wraps (hand signed and dated by Kenneth Noland) Official hand signe...
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Early 2000s Color-Field Kenneth Noland Art

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Paper, Ink, Mixed Media, Lithograph, Offset

Book: KENNETH NOLAND (hand signed and warmly inscribed to artist Arthur Secunda)
By Kenneth Noland
Located in New York, NY
KENNETH NOLAND (hand signed and warmly inscribed to artist Arthur Secunda), 1977 Hardback monograph (hand signed and warmly inscribed to renowned artist Art Secunda) Warmly signed, d...
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1970s Abstract Geometric Kenneth Noland Art

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Paper, Ink, Mixed Media, Lithograph, Offset

Monotype with hand painting geometric abstraction by renowned color field artist
By Kenneth Noland
Located in New York, NY
Kenneth Noland Untitled, 1987 Monotype with hand painting on wove paper Hand signed and dated with artist's copyright in pencil on the back; also with the blind stamp/chop mark lower...
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1980s Color-Field Kenneth Noland Art

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Acrylic, Monotype, Pencil, Screen

Untitled Chevron Collage, de-accessioned from the Honolulu Museum of Art
By Kenneth Noland
Located in New York, NY
KENNETH NOLAND Untitled, for Trustees of the Honolulu Museum of Art, 1984 Mixed Media collage with silver and colored foil on board. Signed on verso (back) with personal inscription. "for Twig and Laila" (Trustees of the Honolulu Museum of Art), Deaccessioned from the Honolulu Museum of Art Collection Inscription done in black marker and reads: "A Little Exercise For Twig and Laila With Thanks For A Wonderful 3 Days At ' Cedar House' On The 'Big Island'... 1 Sept 1984 Honolulu Hawaii." Frame included Measurements Framed: 12.5" x 12.5" x .3" Artwork: 8.75" x 8.75" This reflective Chevron collage was de-accessioned by the Honolulu Museum of Art. In 2018, it was exhibited in the show "On Black Mountain: The Bauhaus Legacy in America", April 5, 2019-April 27, 2019 at the Sager Braudis Gallery in Columbia, Missouri, and is reproduced in the exhibition catalogue. Unique signed and dedicated mixed media collage with silver and colored foil on board by the important Color Field painter Kenneth Noland. It's quite a dazzling work, combining color field, geometric abstraction with Op Art, as the work changes appearance and color with the reflected and refracted light. - sometimes appearing light; sometimes darker. See the photos -- there's a light one and a darker one - and they both depict the same work. What's so impressive is that this work literally changes color depending on how the light reflects against it. The artist wrote a personal and heartfelt inscription on the verso to "Twig and Laila". (Twig (sic), which the artist deliberately misspells, is Thurston Twigg Smith, former publisher of The Honolulu Advertiser, who was married to New York philanthropist Laila Twigg Smith. Laila had lived in Hawaii since 1970, where she and her husband had put together a substantial collection of contemporary art. Unfortunately, the two divorced in 1996 and soon after she returned to New York. Two years later, in 1998, Laila died of liver failure at the young age of only 53. Laila was a major philanthropist and art collector who moved from Manhattan to Hawaii. She was a board member of the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York and a major donor the Honolulu Museum in Hawaii. Laila donated the present Ken Noland...
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1980s Abstract Geometric Kenneth Noland Art

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Foil

Ojai Festival print (Deluxe hand signed limited edition)
By Kenneth Noland
Located in New York, NY
Kenneth Noland Ojai Festival print (Deluxe signed limited edition), 1986 Offset Lithograph Hand signed and numbered 6/100 by Kenneth Noland on lower front Frame included: framed in ...
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1980s Color-Field Kenneth Noland Art

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Lithograph, Offset

Virginia Site, 1959
By Kenneth Noland
Located in Saugatuck, MI
Kenneth Noland screenprint of "Virginia Site, 1959" printed in Belgium 2002. This is an unsigned edition. Paper dimensions are 27.5" x 27.5" and image dimensions are 19.5" x 19.5".
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1950s Color-Field Kenneth Noland Art

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Screen

Untitled Target hand signed work on paper, unique Color Feld Abstract Geometric
By Kenneth Noland
Located in New York, NY
Kenneth Noland Untitled Target, 2001 Acrylic paint on offset lithograph Signed, dated, and dedicated along lower edge: For Howard and Susan with Love Kenneth Noland 6.10.01 Framed This original acrylic target painting on offset lithograph paper was gifted by the artist to the influential publishers, authors, and film producers Howard and Susan Kaminsky, and it bears a warm personal inscription followed by the artist's signature. Measurements: Framed: 22 x 21.75 x 1.25 inches Unframed: 19 1/2 x 19 inches Provenance: Gifted by Kenneth Noland to the distinguished publishers, authors, and film producers Howard and Susan Kaminsky. (Howard also became a member of the Council on Foreign Relations...
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1990s Color-Field Kenneth Noland Art

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Acrylic, Lithograph, Offset, Permanent Marker

NOLAND (Hand Signed)
By Kenneth Noland
Located in New York, NY
Kenneth Noland NOLAND (Hand Signed), 1986 High Quality Continuous Tone (No Dots) Lithographic Poster on thick paper. Hand signed and dated by Kenneth Noland on the front. Vintage frame included Uniquely signed. True collectible when hand signed. This exquisite collectors' item - an original collotype-continuous tone Kenneth Noland was published in 1987 by the R. Love Gallery, Chicago. It depicts one of Noland's classic Chevron paintings...
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1980s Abstract Geometric Kenneth Noland Art

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Lithograph

Stripes, Watercolor by Kenneth Noland circa 1965
By Kenneth Noland
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Kenneth Noland, American (1924 - 2010) Title: Stripes Year: circa 1965 Medium: Watercolor Size: 4.5 in. x 6.75 in. (11.43 cm x 17.15 cm) Frame Size: 11.5 x 13.5 inches
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1960s Abstract Geometric Kenneth Noland Art

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Watercolor

Limited Edition Canvas Tote, 1977 Mixed Media: Silkscreen on Canv
By Kenneth Noland
Located in New York, NY
Kenneth Noland Limited Edition Canvas Tote, 1977 Mixed Media: Silkscreen on Canvas with handles and leather tag. Numbered with ink stamp 15 × 15 inches Edition 268/500 Plate signed and dated Kenneth Noland and stamp numbered from the edition of 500 Very good vintage condition with handling and creasing (see photos) This was not commercially marketed but was designed as a prototype with each one stamp numbered. Not too many are around, and very rarely found in such good condition. This work is sold unframed as shown in the first image, but for inspiration only, see a photograph of how one collector framed a different edition of this work - and it looks like a print or painting! (see last image) A true vintage collectors item.
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1970s Color-Field Kenneth Noland Art

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Cotton Canvas, Mixed Media, Screen

Farallons
By Kenneth Noland
Located in Palo Alto, CA
This pieces is one of a series of works in which Noland depicts symmetrical chevrons, or V-shaped figures, stacked upon one another, their points facing downwards. He utilizes a soft...
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1980s Kenneth Noland Art

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Handmade Paper, Monotype

Desert Sound-Poster, New York Graphic Society. Printed in U.S.A.
By Kenneth Noland
Located in Clinton Township, MI
1971 Copyright New York Graphic Society, Ltd. Printed in U.S.A. Measures 30.5 x 28.75 inches and is unframed. The image is in Very Good Condition. The white border has discoloration ...
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1970s Kenneth Noland Art

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Lithograph

Circle I
By Kenneth Noland
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Kenneth Noland (1924 – 2010) is one of the most important contributors to the evolution of American abstraction, specifically as a leading figure in the Color-Field movement. Unlik...
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Late 20th Century Color-Field Kenneth Noland Art

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Handmade Paper, Lithograph, Monotype

Bands
By Kenneth Noland
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Kenneth Noland (1924 – 2010) is renowned for his contribution to American abstraction. He is also one of the key artists of color-field painting. Unlike some of his contemporaries, N...
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1980s Color-Field Kenneth Noland Art

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Monoprint, Handmade Paper

Marron
By Kenneth Noland
Located in London, GB
Kenneth Noland Marron 1990 Etching and Aquatint on Guarro Paper 40cm x 59cm Initialed and numbered in pencil on recto, with publisher's blindstamp
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Late 20th Century Abstract Kenneth Noland Art

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Etching, Aquatint

Winds 82-23
By Kenneth Noland
Located in Palm Desert, CA
A monotype by Kenneth Noland. "Winds 82-23" is an abstract, painted monotype on handmade paper executed primarily in yellows and greens in a chevron pattern by Post War artist...
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1980s Post-War Kenneth Noland Art

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Handmade Paper, Monotype

Rangely
By Kenneth Noland
Located in New York, NY
Signed Measures 60" x 60" - however the artist meant for it to hang as a diamond (dimensions measure 86"x86")
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1950s Kenneth Noland Art

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Canvas, Oil

Target
By Kenneth Noland
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Kenneth Noland, American (1924 - 2010) Title: Target Year: circa 1965 Medium: Watercolor on Paper Size: 7.25 in. x 9.5 in. (18.42 cm x 24.13 cm) Frame Size: 13 x 15.5 in...
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1960s Abstract Kenneth Noland Art

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Watercolor

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