Lot 2337
Sam Middleton (American, 1927-2015), Harmonics
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Silkscreen print in colors, 1995, pencil signed, dated, and numbered 3/100 lower margin, with full margins, unframed.

Sheet size 23 x 41 1/2 in.

Sam Middleton left his native Harlem in New York City to travel the world in the merchant marine. Still a wanderer in mid-1950s, he was gaining recognition abroad as a serious and talented visual artist. Like many Black Americans before him, Middleton found some comfort circulating in societies less racially sensitive than the United States. As a result, he became an expatriate and built his career while living in Amsterdam. Middleton has received international critical acclaim for over fifty years. In the United States his works are exhibited in New York's Whitney Museum, at Howard University in Washington, D.C. and at Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee.

Image in very nice condition, and an overall bright, clean sheet; sheet previously rolled and with piece of loss upper left corner.