moma | ellsworth kelly puzzle

Ellsworth Kelly for Moma SKU: MM-165079
moma | ellsworth kelly puzzle
moma | ellsworth kelly puzzle
moma | ellsworth kelly puzzle
moma | ellsworth kelly puzzle
moma | ellsworth kelly puzzle
moma | ellsworth kelly puzzle

moma | ellsworth kelly puzzle

Ellsworth Kelly for Moma SKU: MM-165079

Dimensions: 64.6 x 64.6cm (assembled)
Material: 95% Recycled grey board printed with non-toxic ink

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Produced to celebrate the 100th anniversary of artist Ellsworth Kelly’s life, this Spectrum IV Jigsaw Puzzle features a reproduction of Kelly’s Spectrum IV (1967), a work in MoMA’s collection. Kelly was an American painter, sculptor and printmaker associated with hard-edge painting, Colour Field painting, and minimalism. His work emphasises on line, colour and form.
 
This puzzle includes a unique easy-to-assemble nine-compartment sorting tray for organising the puzzle pieces inside the box.

Made from 95% recycled grey board and printed with non-toxic ink.
The 1023-piece Ellsworth Kelly Spectrum IV Jigsaw Puzzle measures 64.6 x 64.6cm when assembled.

Age 5 and up
Warning: Choking Hazard — Item contains small parts. Not for children under 3.


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After early artistic training in New York and Boston and military service in World War II, Ellsworth Kelly spent a formative period in France from 1948 to 1954. It was there that he developed his characteristic work. These abstractions drastically reduce glimpsed details of the world into the sparest of arrangements. The resulting forms are neither representational nor precisely geometric. He also explored chance as a compositional technique, and eliminated any visible brushwork from his solid colour fields.

Kelly returned to New York City in 1954, then relocated to upstate New York sixteen years later. He eventually did away with the traditional square-canvas format altogether, in favour of joined, shaped canvases. These later works, which neither occupy volume nor hang flat against the wall, exist somewhere between painting and sculpture.

“I feel that the freedom of colours in space is very much what I’ve always been involved in.” - Ellsworth Kelly

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