New York School, 1960’s

Title: Untitled (Firing tank and barbed wire foreground)
Date: 1960s. Artist unkown.
Medium: Acrylic on paper.
Image Size: TBA. Matted.
Provenance: Vicker & Hoad, Sydney.

Categories: ,

Product Description

An example of the New York School 1960s period of Abstract Expressionism, a post 2nd World war movement that was developed in New York during the 1940s. This example has similarities with the style of both Hans Hofmann and Willem de Kooning.

Additional Information

Artist

Other

Medium

Acrylic

Have a question?

If you have any questions you want to be answered, please contact us via the form below. Alternatively, you can give us a call, please see our contact page for more details.

First
Last

Badger & Fox Gallery is proud to be part of the Art Money program which allows you to purchase our art with your interest-free loans from Art Money.

Please contact us to make a purchase with ArtMoney, or to apply please head over to the ArtMoney website.

Art Money makes owning art immediate and affordable. Payments are spread over 10 equal monthly payments. After paying a 10% deposit, you can take your artwork home and pay the remaining balance over 9 months, interest-free.

All artworks are sent via Pack & Send both within Australia and overseas. For large items, we may use a specialised art carrier. Small items may also be sent via Australia Post.

Shipping Costs:
Unless the shipping cost is itemised when you purchase, Badger and Fox Gallery Pty Ltd will contact you regarding the shipping costs, as these can vary as artworks are different sizes and weights. Please contact us if you would like a shipping cost prior to purchasing if it is not itemised.

Shipping costs include all packing and packaging materials. Insurance is included and a track and trace facility is available on all dispatched items.

Learn more about our shipping and delivery.