Y. Belif, Abstraction, 1976
Color serigraph on a woven paste
This work is signed by the artist. It has individual number (pencil)
Working dimensions 66/50
The work was done on Arches paper. It is a watercolor paper made only by traditional methods, on cylinder presses, thanks to which it has a regular texture. Cotton fibers are evenly distributed, which makes the structure of the paper more stable, resistant to deformation. It is coated with a layer of natural gelatin, so it can be stretched without the risk of tearing. It also retains the natural intensity and luminosity of colors, except for paints with a natural tendency to penetrate the structure of the paper.
Original vintage condition, minor marks.