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Piero Dorazio, Untitled Geometric Abstraction (de-accessioned from the Triton Museum, Santa Clara, CA), 1986

Piero Dorazio


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Piero Dorazio

Untitled Geometric Abstraction (de-accessioned from the Triton Museum, Santa Clara, CA), 1986

Lithograph on white BFK paper

Hand signed, numbered and dated on the front

19 3/5 × 25 1/2 inches

This rare, signed and numbered lithograph by Piero Dorazio makes a dazzling impression. Dorazio was an Italian painter who was pivotal in bringing abstraction to Italy. Born on June 29, 1927 in Rome, Italy, he studied painting, drawing, and architecture at the University of Rome. In the late 1940s, the artist became active in a variety of artistic and literary circles, including Gino Severini and Renato Guttuso. He went on to become a co-founder of Forma 1, the first group of Italian abstract artists. In 1953, he traveled to New York, where he met the painters Mark Rothko, Robert Motherwell, and Franz Kline. He held his first solo exhibition at the Wittenborn One-Wall Gallery in New York the same year. He went on to hold a teaching position at the University of Pennsylvania and helped to found the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia. Dorazio died on May 17, 2005 in Perugia, Italy.

Exhibition history:
The artist’s works are held in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, The Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Tate Gallery in London, and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

Deaccessioned from the Triton Museum in Santa Clara, California.


Height:   19.60
Width:   25.50