Ghostly repeated image of blonde woman with hands on her hips with other human figures layered
Catalog #: 
20th Century
Subject Matter: 
Abstract Figure

Medium: Print (etching with aquatint)
Edition: 12/50
Size: 25 1/2 x 19 1/2 in. (image)
Location: Inside 300B LC
Donor: Donated by E.F. Lindquist; conservation and exhibition generously supported by Professor Emeritus H. Dee and Myrene Hoover.

Abstract, Human Figure, Print, Pop Art, University of Kansas City, Nouveau Réalisme, Pierre Restany, Abstract Expressionism, Nouveaux Réalistes

More about Mimmo Rotella


Mimmo Rotella studied art in Naples. In 1951, he received a Fullbright Fellowship to go to the University of Kansas City in Missouri. Upon his return to Rome, he established a studio. In 1960, he became a member of the French group the Nouveaux Réalistes (New Realists) at the invitation of Pierre Restany, and he moved to Paris. His work combines photographs, décollage, Abstract Expressionism, and popular culture.