1. Enmeshed I. 1963. Lithograph. 20 x 27 ¼ in.
Anni Albers was a German-born textile artist and printmaker. Born, Annelise Else Fieda Fleischmann, the artist married Josef Albers while studying at the Bauhaus. After finishing her studies, Anni Albers became head of the Bauhaus’s Weaving Workshop.
2. TR III. 1970. Gold-embossed Screenprint. 16 ½ x 18 in.
In 1933 Anni and Josef Albers moved to the United States to teach at Black Mountain College, where Anni continued to develop her design curriculum influenced by Mexican and pre-Columbian art. During the 1960s, Anni Albers was invited to produce a number of prints at the Tamarind Lithography Workshop in Los Angeles.
3. Red Meander II. 1970-71. Screenprint. 28 x 24 in.
4. Triangulated Intaglio V. 1976. Etching aquatint. 24 x 20.
5. Second Movement V. 1978. Etching and Aquatint. 28 x 28 in.
Anni Albers well in love with printmaking, and continued to make a numerous lithographs and screenprints, intaglio prints using a variety of technical and experimental processes. Like her weaving, Anni Albers prints focused on pattern, geometry and textures, using both bold primary and muted natural colors schemes.