|Dimensions||36 × 30 × 3 in|
(SOLD) Derrière le Miroir #110 1958 Ellsworth Kelly Original Framed Lithograph
Medium: Ellsworth Kelly original color lithographs executed for Derriere le Miroir (No. 110) in 1958, printed by Mourlot, and published in Paris by Maeght atelier. From the Golden Griffin Gallery, NYC. These double-spread images comprise pages 5 – 12 of the issue. Sheet size: 15” x 22”. There is printed text on verso (French and English) and creased in center as issued. Not signed.
Derrière le Miroir (DLM) was an art magazine published between 1946 and 1982 by the French publisher and gallery owner Aimé Maeght of Galerie Maeght, which for many years was the most important gallery in the world for contemporary art.
The Golden Griffin Gallery/Arts Inc. operated in downtown Manhattan – New York City, New York from the 1950s to the 1970s. In the mid 1940s, Arts, Inc. was established as a publishing house specializing in European scholarly and artistic works. In the 1950s, Arts, Inc., the parent company, expanded to create, first, the Golden Griffin Bookstore, and then the Griffin Gallery, which dealt primarily with contemporary American and European artists. The Golden Griffin was known as the “Continental Bookstore” because of its stock of European titles.
Sheet Size: 22”x15”
Print in excellent preserved condition retaining bright color and rich blacks and perfect corners. Frame and matting has some condition issues. Loose molding, paint loss, reverse side of glass needs cleaning, some yellowing/darkening of white matting.