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1965 Paul Jenkins French Art Exhibition Lithograph. Printed in France on fine matte paper. Printed by prestigeous French printhouse Mourlot. 


Size: 19”W x 27.5”H.


Condition: Excellent condition.


About the Artist - Paul Jenkins

Paul Jenkins (1923-2012) was an American abstract expressionist artist known for his vibrant and emotionally charged paintings. Born in Kansas City, Missouri, he initially studied acting and dance before discovering his passion for painting. He became associated with the New York School of abstract expressionism, working alongside artists like Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko.


Jenkins is renowned for his "controlled accidents" technique, which involved pouring, dripping, and manipulating paint on canvas to create intricate, fluid compositions. He often used watercolor and acrylic to achieve his signature translucent and luminous effects. His work has been compared to the fluidity of nature and the forces of the subconscious mind.


Throughout his career, Jenkins exhibited globally, with his pieces gracing numerous museums and galleries. His innovative approach to abstract expressionism and his fascination with the relationship between art and the unconscious mind continue to inspire artists and art enthusiasts today.

1965 Paul Jenkins French Mourlot Art Exhibition Lithograph

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