‘String Composition #12’ – 1948
Sue Fuller (New York 1914-2006), was an artist and educator in New York, and worked with many influential artists of the 20th century. Known as a constructivist and printmaker Sue Fuller was born in 1914 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She studied at Carnegie Institute of Technology and Columbia University’s Teachers College. Fuller studied with Hans Hofmann at Carnegie, and Josef Albers at a Bauhaus class in the U.S.. Fuller also worked with Stanley William Hayter, serving as his assistant at Atelier 17 in New York City, 1943-1945. Fuller herself later taught at major institutions including the Museum of Modern Art, Teachers College, Columbia University and Pratt Institute in New York City, and the Universities of Georgia and Minnesota. She was also the recipient of fellowships from the Guggenheim and Tiffany Foundations, and a grant from the National Institute of Arts. Fuller exhibited her work at the major museums in the US including Whitney Museum of American Art, Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Guggenheim Museum, and the Smithsonian Institution, and internationally at the First Sao Paolo Biennale in Brazil and the Tate Gallery, London.
This work is a mixed media construction including string, wood, and paint.
Titled – ‘String Composition #12’
Measures 25.5″ x 19.5″ x 3″ overall.
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