Details:

This beautiful color woodcut was originally published as a suite of seven prints. Each print in the series presented a different color arrangement—this work has a background of deep cadmium yellow bisected by red hand-stencil printing that leaves a thick impasto on the print.
Framed: 26.0 x 33.8 x 1.5 in.
Edition of 25
Signed

① Artwork:

Untitled (S.#194)

This beautiful color woodcut was originally published as a suite of seven prints—#193-199 in the Schellmann catalogue raisonne. Each print in the series presented a different color arrangement. This print, for example, has a background of deep cadmium yellow. The artist has bisected it with red hand-stencil printing that leaves a thick impasto on the print. The work is made on a special Japanese wove paper called Tosa Hanga.

Donald Judd eschewed the classical ideals of representational sculpture throughout his career. The artist worked with clear, definite objects—creating a rigorous visual vocabulary that avoided grand philosophical statements.

Specs:

31.5 inches
23.5 inches
with frame
33.75 inches
26 inches

③ Artist:

Donald Judd

Throughout his career, Donald Judd eschewed the classical ideals of representational sculpture to create a rigorous visual vocabulary. The artist sought to create clear and definite objects that could assume a direct material and physical presence—without recourse to grand philosophical statements.

Donald Judd:
Untitled (S.#194), 1990
Woodcut printed in cadmium yellow deep with red hand stencil printing
23.5 × 31.5 inches /
Donald Judd:
Untitled (S.#194), 1990
Woodcut printed in cadmium yellow deep with red hand stencil printing
23.5 × 31.5 inches /