Leonard Edmondson 'Sky Diver' Etching

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Leonard Edmondson 'Sky Diver' Etching

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Leonard Edmondson, American (1916 - 2002)

Sky Diver, 1960's, etching, ED 19/75, signed by the artist

17 high x 19 wide inches

“Sky Diver” is a fine example of a seminal etch work by Edmondson that encompasses his inspiration from abstract surrealism with his talent for calligraphy and formal design. In 1970, Edmondson published his technical treatise on Etching, which has served as a valuable reference to artists and printmakers.

Leonard Edmondson is an American painter and printmaker, born in 1916 in California. A graduate of UC Berkley of 1942, he served in the US Army Military Intelligence and traveled extensively through Europe where he was introduced to the work of Paul Klee and Wassily Kandinsky. Initially inspired by abstract surrealism, Edmondson progressively developed his own version of abstract expressionism. Edmondson’s works are included in the collections of National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, New York Public Library NY, LACMA Los Angeles, Dallas Museum of Fine Art TX, Philadelphia Museum of Fine Art PA, Victoria and Albert Museum London, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, just to name a few.

 

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