Naum Gabo Opus 9 Square Unframed Print with Mount
Unframed giclée reproduction print with card mount
Size: 40 x 40cm
Opus 9 (W/E 57), c.1957
Printed in the UK exclusively for Kettle’s Yard.
The Work of Naum Gabo © Nina & Graham Williams/Tate, London 2018
Shown in the second image with Kettle's Yard 40 x 40cm Frame - Oak
Gabo was born in Bryansk, Russia. He worked alongside Kandinsky, Tatlin and Malevich until 1921, when he moved to Berlin. There he and his brother, Antoine Pevsner, became leading exponents of Constructivist art. In 1933 he moved to London, where he worked with Ben Nicholson and Leslie Martin, both of whom shared his interest in the concepts of purity and structure. Together they edited the manifesto 'Circle' in 1937. He went to St. Ives with Nicholson during the war, and then emigrated to America, where he spent the rest of his life.