Limited edition color lithograph titled "Images", 1974, numbered at lower left margin 66/150, pencil signed with the usual initials and dated 1974 at lower right margin by the noted contemporary American artist JACK YOUNGERMAN (1926-). Youngerman was born in Louisville. By 1947 he was in France, absorbing the European art scene until 1956. The artist admired the work of Henri Matisse, and the influence of that artist is evident in Youngerman's work. The Guggenheim granted him a solo exhibition in 1986, and Youngerman has been in countless group shows for decades. His work is held in major museums around the nation, and original paintings sell for more than $40,000. The large and impressive print measures 31 1/2" by 31 1/2" square (38 1/2" square in metal frame). There is a blind stamp at lower right margin from Atelier Laage, and a label on the backing from DeVorzon Gallery, La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles. Allow for reflections in the images and the plexiglass is scratched; the print itself does not have any issues.
JACK YOUNGERMAN (1926-) pencil signed limited edition lithograph "Images" 1974 by the noted American contemporary artist