Serge Gladky Art Deco "Composition No. 14" Pochoir
This is an original pochoir from ‘Nouvelles Compositions Decoratives’ (1st series), a portfolio of 48 hand-colored pochoir designs by the prominent Art Deco designer Serge Gladky, published in Paris in 1929 by Charles Moreau. Gladky was an architect, a designer and a graphic artist, whose dazzling geometric Art Deco designs were often inspired by patterns in the natural world. The vibrant colors and thick layers of gouache paint are the result of a laborious technique of color printing known as ‘pochoir’, a form of hand-stenciling popular during the first two decades of the twentieth Century among Art Deco artists and designers. The technique was rarely used after the 1930s, due to its labor-intensity and the resulting high costs of the process. Consequently pochoir prints are now quite rare and highly sought-after. Presented in an off-white mat 16″ × 12″ (paper size: 12 3/4″ × 9 3/4").
- Depth: 1 Width: 12 Height: 16
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