Jack Youngerman

​Jack Youngerman’s work combines hard-edged geometry with organic forms and fluid contours. Influenced by Henri Matisse and Piet Mondrian while living in Paris in the 1940s and ’50s, Youngerman creates vibrant painted compositions, occasionally within shaped canvases. His works conjure various associations: Matisse’s paper cutouts, Rorschach patterns, and kaleidoscopic mandalas. After Youngerman returned to New York in the mid-1950s, his work was grouped with and exhibited alongside his contemporaries Ellsworth Kelly and Frank Stella.

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Silkscreen in Colors
Signed, Dated and Numbered
34 3/4 x 26 inches
Edition of 150
1974
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Jack Youngerman

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Silkscreen in Colors
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34 3/4 x 26 inches
Edition of 175
1970
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Jack Youngerman

Untitled, March 30, 1967
Gouache on Paper, Cobalt Blue on White Ground
Signed lower right in pencil
30 x 42 inches
1967
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