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Harvey Daniels 1966 Original Signed Lithograph Vintage Pop Art

Harvey Daniels
Untitled – 1966
Print Lithograph 19.25” x 24.25”
Edition: signed in pencil and numbered 12/12

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Harvey Daniels trained at Willesden School of Art and the Slade School, London, during which time he also visited Paris to paint at the Louvre Museum. His influences ranged from Chardin through Sickert, Matisse and the Delaunays to Stuart Davis and Pop Art. He lectured and taught in many contexts, principally in Brighton (where he set up a postgraduate printmaking course) but also in the USA and continental Europe. Other than art books and exhibition catalogues, Daniels published Printing (1971 and 1974) and Exploring Printmaking (1972, with Silvie Turner). Daniels exhibited widely and his work is represented at Yale University and at the Metropolitan Museum and MOMA, New York.

Exhibitions include dozens of solo and mixed shows in New York and London. Daniels’ prints are in the collections of many important museums: The Museum of Modem Art, New York; Victoria and Albert Museum, London; The Metropolitan Museum, New York; Bergens Kunstforening, Norway; Yale University Art Gallery

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Weight 6 lbs
Dimensions 38 × 5 × 5 in
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12/12

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19.25'' x 24.25''

Harvey Daniels 1966 Original Signed Lithograph Vintage Pop Art

Harvey Daniels Untitled - 1966 Print Lithograph 19.25'' x 24.25'' Edition: signed in pencil and numbered 12/12

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