Abstract Expressionist USPS Stamp
Collecting such items as shoes and bags is something that is familiar to our generation but have we forgotten about the most collected item of all? Stamps. Now you can collection your very own series of abstract expressionist paintings which will only set you back less than a dollar. Starting from the 11th March, the USPS stamps will present a new series of abstract expressionist works on their reliable stamps from artists such as Jackson Pollock, Hans Hofmann, Clyfford Still, Willem de Kooning and Mark Rothko.
The list of artwork and artists are as follows:
The Golden Wall (1961) – Hans Hofmann
Romanesque Façade (1949) – Adolph Gottlieb
Orange and Yellow (1956) – Mark Rothko
The Liver Is the Cock’s Comb (1944) – Arshile Gorky
1948-C (1948) – Clyfford Still
Asheville (1948) – Willem de Kooning
Achilles (1952) – Barnett Newman
Convergence (1952) – Jackson Pollock
Elegy to the Spanish Republic No. 34 (1953-1954) – Robert Motherwell
La Grande Vallée 0 (1983) – Joan Mitchell
You can pre order your collection of stamps here.
Images from Arrested Motion