Remarkable artist Alexander Calder (1898 - 1976) profoundly revolutionized art with his invention of the mobile, a hanging structure connected by wires that moves with the wind. Playful yet profound, Calder’s mobiles exuded the joy of creating form and color. Originally an engineer, he became a freelance artist after taking classes at New York’s Art Students League. Mesmerized by the extravagance and wonder of the circus, he designed whimsical mobiles accompanied by music. With his simple yet ingenious mobiles, Calder ignored art’s formal structures, setting new standards for its limitless potential.
This lithographic print was produced in an unknown edition size. Published in 1966.
A lithography printing press gives this fine art print its vivid and sharp appearance. The standardized printing plates and proofing process guarantee that each print displays colors precisely as the artist or publisher intended.
This print is a rare and collectable work of art. As such, it may show minor signs of handling, aging, or original printing defects. It is guaranteed to be in very good condition or better.