Italian Futurism Art Prints
Originally named by Dutch artist Theo Van Doesburg (1883-1931), "Concrete
Art" is any abstract art that has no symbolic or figurative reference. Much of
this art is based on geometric patterns or imagery. It has been called the
purest form of abstract art and is often considered to be "non-objective."
Post-war Milan, Italy (1948) saw a group of Italian painters come together
to foster their own Concrete Art Movement known as The Movimento arte concreta
(MAC). Founders included Atanasio Soldati, Bruno Munari, Gillo Dorfles, and
Gianni Monnet. These and many other Italian artists are represented in this
Italian prints for sale section that also features Italian Futurist art,
Italian Futurism lithographs, and other types of Italian Futurism prints. Many
of these Concrete art prints are very scarce today and are extremely
collectible. We proudly offer an outstanding selection of original prints from
this era, including serigraphs, silkscreens, linoleum cuts, pochoirs,
xylographs and of course many original lithographs.