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Mihail, PRINTS

Mihail, PRINTS

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Published by MIHAIL simeonov
Mihail’s prints on paper could be defined to this day by three main periods: Works printed in Tunisia (1965-1071), works printed in New York (1971-1976), and works printed in Millbrook, NY (1989-1993).

In Tunisia and in New York the artist printed from carved plaster plates without the use of a press.

The Tunisian prints, light and colorful embody the culture of old Cartagena and manifest the first appearance of his Sunday Morning Elements and their vocabulary of images that later on the artist developed in large bronze and paper sculptures. In contrast the New York prints are severe and subdued in colors, occupying their space resolutely and with intensity right to the edges reflecting the artist state of mind at that time.
Mihail’s prints on paper could be defined to this day by three main periods: Works printed in Tunisia (1965-1071), works printed in New York (1971-1976), and works printed in Millbrook, NY (1989-1993).

In Tunisia and in New York the artist printed from carved plaster plates without the use of a press.

The Tunisian prints, light and colorful embody the culture of old Cartagena and manifest the first appearance of his Sunday Morning Elements and their vocabulary of images that later on the artist developed in large bronze and paper sculptures. In contrast the New York prints are severe and subdued in colors, occupying their space resolutely and with intensity right to the edges reflecting the artist state of mind at that time.

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Published by: MIHAIL simeonov on Aug 10, 2010
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MIHAILPRINTS
 
Mihail’s prints on paper could be defined to these day by threemain periods: Works printed in Tunisia (1965-1071), works printedin New York (1971-1976), and works printed in Millbrook, NY(1989-1993).In Tunisia and in New York the artist printed from carved plasterplates without the use of a press.The Tunisian prints, light and colorful embody the culture of oldCartagena and manifest the first appearance of his
Sunday Morning Elements
and their vocabulary of images that later on theartist developed in large bronze and paper sculptures. In contrastthe New York prints are severe and subdued in colors, occupyingtheir space resolutely and with intensity right to the edgesreflecting the artist state of mind at that time.The Millbrook prints, joyful and decorative are printed frommasonite or copper plates under heavy press.This presentation reverses the artist journey going back to Tunisiawhere Mihail first tasted freedom after life under communistdictatorship and where the abundance of light, color and humanityimbedded forever his sense of sculptural form.
1989-1993The artist’s
Old Winery 
studioin Millbrook, New York
 
COMPANIONS, 1990
Double print. Printed in colors to the edges on Archespaper from a masonite plate, inscribed AP, signed inpencil.
44 x 60 in. (112 x 152 cm.)

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