Untitled Louise Nevelson Locks Gallery Collages

Untitled, 1983
paper, wood, fiber scrap on cardboard and mat board mounted on plywood
30 x 20 inches
 

Untitled Louise Nevelson Locks Gallery Collages

Untitled, 1984
paint, cotton quilt, wood, and mat board mounted on plywood
30 x 19 inches
 

Untitled Louise Nevelson Locks Gallery Collages

Untitled, 1981-82
wood, lithograph, and cardboard on mat board mounted on plywood
32 x 20 inches
 

Untitled Louise Nevelson Locks Gallery Collages

Untitled, 1983
paper, foil, wood and cardboard on mat board mounted on plywood
30 x 20 inches
 

Untitled Louise Nevelson Locks Gallery Collages

Untitled, 1983
scrap maple veneer, steel, paper, and mat board mounted on plywood
30 x 20 inches
 

Untitled Louise Nevelson Locks Gallery Collages

Untitled, 1979
gilded wood form, abrasive disk on cardboard, etching on paper, and mat board mounted on plywood
32 x 20 inches

Louise Nevelson Locks Gallery Collages

Untitled, 1983
wood, mat board, and cardboard on 1/4 inch plywood
30 1/8 x 20 inches

Louise Nevelson Locks Gallery

Untitled, 1983
wood, paper, cotton quilt on mat board mounted on 1/4 inch plywood
30 x 20 inches

Untitled Louise Nevelson Locks Gallery Collages

Untitled, 1977
paper, foil, and cardboard on mat board mounted on plywood
23 12/16 x 20 inches
 

Artist Bio

Louise Nevelson (b. 1899, Kiev, Ukraine; d. 1988, New York, NY) was a pioneering modernist sculptor known for her iconic assemblages from wooden objects united through monochromatic painting- typically black, white, and sometimes gold.  Nevelson moved to the US as a young child and studied at the Art Students League of New York, painted with Hans Hoffman in Germany, and worked as an assistant for Diego Rivera. She was the subject of two retrospectives at the Whitney Museum of American Art in 1967 and 1998 as well as a traveling international retrospective in 1973. She was the featured artist in the US Pavilion of the Venice Biennale in 1962 and 1976.