Precursor of Op Art, Josef Albers is a painter and art theorist who taught as a "master" at the Bauhaus until it was closed by the Nazis in 1933. He continued his teaching career in the United States while conducting his own artistic research. Through the series "Homage to the Square" he studies the interaction of colors with one another when color patches juxtaposed in concentric squares create an illusion of receding or advancing. Full rug, made with the best hand-dyed wool, is from this series in a faithful adaptation of a 1962 drawing developed in association with the Joseph and Anni Albers Foundation.
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