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Salvador Dali's "The Voice of My Beloved", one of 12 from "Songs of Solomon"
Located in Clinton Township, MI
Salvador Dali created a series of etchings in the late 1970's entitled the "Song of Songs of Solomon" demonstrating his interest in religious themes & stories. This limited edition l...
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1970s Abstract Abstract Prints

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Lithograph

I-S #1 /// Abstract Geometric Sewell Sillman Screenprint Purple Pink Modern Art
Located in Saint Augustine, FL
Artist: Sewell Sillman (American, 1924-1992) Title: "I-S #1" *Signed and dated by Sillman in pencil lower right Year: 1968 Medium: Original Screenprint on unbranded heavy white wove ...
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1960s Abstract Geometric Abstract Prints

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Screen

Le Téléphone (Lobster Telephone) /// Surrealism Salvador Dali Engraving Modern
Located in Saint Augustine, FL
Artist: Salvador Dali (Spanish, 1904-1989) Title: "Le Téléphone (Lobster Telephone)" Portfolio: Hommage à Leonardo da Vinci (Great Inventions) *Signe...
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1970s Surrealist Animal Prints

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Intaglio, Etching, Engraving

Rhinoceros #2, Albuquerque, NM, 2013 - Animal Portrait Photography
Located in Paris, FR
'Rhinoceros #2, Albuquerque, NM, 2013' is a limited-edition fine art photograph by American photographer Brad Wilson. Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta Paper, 2013...
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2010s Contemporary Portrait Photography

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Archival Pigment

French School -Portrait Summer La Baule 9 -Idleness Therapy XL Impressionist
Located in Zofingen, AG
Summer in La Baule 9- Idleness Therapy Scene: Women enjoying sunbathing in La Baule Technique: oil, acrylic, and ink on old book pages on wooden frame 80x80 cm ■■ 31.5x31.5 inch ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Impressionist Portrait Paintings

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Ink, Oil, Acrylic

Travel/Happiness II by Matthieu Venot - Photography, architecture, pastel
Located in Paris, FR
Travel/Happiness II is a limited-edition photograph by contemporary French photographer Matthieu Venot. This photograph is sold unframed as a print only. It is available in 3 dimen...
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2010s Contemporary Abstract Photography

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Photographic Paper, Pigment

Roman school, circa 1740. Countryside Interlude with Horses near Rome.
Located in Firenze, IT
Countryside Interlude with Horses (Sosta in campagna) PAOLO MONALDI (post 1710 - post 1779), entourage ante 1750 Oil on canvas Measurements: Unframed: 45 x 31 cm. Framed: 61 x ...
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18th Century Italian School Animal Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

Portrait Of Young Man In Uniform, Oil On Canvas 19th Century
Located in SAINT-OUEN-SUR-SEINE, FR
Portrait of young man in uniform. Oil on canvas late 19th century. Light cracks, small scratches, small paint losses, to be cleaned. 73 x 60 cm
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Late 19th Century Portrait Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

"Misty Bayou" HAZE. ONE OF HIS BEST Dated 1917 Alexander Drysdale (1870-1934)
By Alexander John Drysdale
Located in San Antonio, TX
Alexander John Drysdale (1870-1934) New Orleans Louisiana / New York Artist Size: 20 x 30 Frame: 26 x 36 Medium: Oil Wash? Watercolor? Dated: 1917 "Misty Bayou" Housed in the original magnificent frame. Alexander John Drysdale (1870-1934) New Orleans Louisiana / New York Artist Alexander John (A.J.) Drysdale was an early 20th century Louisiana artist who specialized in landscapes using the technique of oil wash, that gave his works a characteristic of a hazy look. Drysdale made use of this technique by diluting the oil paint with kerosene and applying it with cotton balls. Alexander John Drysdale, born in Marietta, Georgia on March 2, 1870, came to New Orleans at the age of fifteen with his parents. His father, Reverend Alexander J. Drysdale, became the rector of Christ Church Cathedral. Alex received private tutoring from a Professor Mehado and art lessons from Ida Hackell at the Southern Art Union. Later in New Orleans (1887) he studied art under Paul Poincy (1833-1909). The exact date of Drysdale's arrival in New York is unknown, but he enrolled in the Art Students League where he received instruction from Charles C. Curran and Frank Vincent DuMond. Apparently, he remained in New York for about five years and did not go to Europe for further study. After some time, Drysdale began specializing in landscapes, executed in a tonalist manner. Back in New Orleans, Drysdale was inspired by local subjects, especially swamp or bayou areas and other desolate wetlands. Over a period of many years Drysdale's landscapes evolved to a unique stylistic maturity. In 1909 he received a gold medal from the New Orleans Art Association. It is easy to see the influence of two artists that he admired: Corot and Inness. Working equally well in oil and watercolor (he also did scenes in charcoal), Drysdale usually divided his scene into halves or thirds, typically, a foreground consisting of tall swamp grasses achieved with broad vertical strokes; a middle ground consisting of a backdrop row of trees at the horizon line executed with staccato, jabbing strokes resulting in textural contrast; and a background devoted totally to a tonalist-like moisture-laden sky often hazy with no clouds or only a slight indication of them. This formulaic compositional format rendered with an economy of technique resulted in imagery with repetitious forms and shapes diffused in a nebulous space. In this regard, Drysdale's works are impressionistic; he also tended to use the violets and blues of the impressionist palette. Yet he lacked a specific interest in color and light. Although his expression of the Louisiana scenery is very personal, even mystical, the artist appears to have been very limited in subject matter. One of his last works was a mural for the Shushan (New York) Airport administration building, and shortly before his death he was employed as an artist by the Civil Works Administration. Drysdale was a member of the Arts and Crafts Club of New Orleans, and his work was in the permanent collection of the Delgado Museum for many years. The artist worked at his studio at 320 Exchange Place in the picturesque Vieux Carré until his death at the age of sixty-three. Stewart (in Painting in the South, 1983), describes how Drysdale was a shrewd businessman. He would solicit new homeowners who might need a canvas to decorate a wall, or a cotton broker who recently made the headlines. Drysdale died in New Orleans, on February 9, 1934. Sources: Louisiana Artists from the Collection of Dr. and Mrs. James W. Nelson. Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University, 1968; Wiesendanger, Martin and Margaret Wiesendanger, Nineteenth Century Louisiana Painters and Paintings from the Collection of W. E. Groves. New Orleans: W. E. Groves Gallery, 1971, pp. 44-45; Painting in the South: 1584-1980, Exh. cat. Richmond, VA: Virginia Museum, 1983, pp. 106-107, 114, 276; Chambers, Bruce W., Art and Artists of the South: The Robert P. Coggins Collection of American Paintings. Exh. cat. Rochester, NY: Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester, 1984, p. 88; Zellman, Michael David, 300 Years of American Art. Seacacus, NJ: Wellfleet Press, 1987, p. 634; Gerdts, William H., Art across America: Two Centuries of Regional Painting, 1710-1920. New York: Abbeville Press, 1990, vol. 2, pp. 110-111. Submitted by Richard H. Love and Michael Preston Worley, Ph.D. Biography from The Johnson Collection ALEXANDER JOHN DRYSDALE (1870–1934) Born in Marietta, Georgia, Alexander John Drysdale was the only son of an ordained Episcopal priest whose ministry required frequent moves to parishes in Georgia, Alabama, and Tennessee. In 1883, he accepted the call to become dean of Christ Church Cathedral, New Orleans, and was later elected a bishop. Alexander, thirteen years old when the family settled in New Orleans, began his art studies under the instruction of Ida C. Haskell, a California-born artist who was on the faculty of the recently established Southern Art Union. The local academy had been founded by several leading artists, including Andres Molinary, William Henry Buck...
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1910s Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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Mixed Media

EDUARDO ARROYO Roland Garros French Open, 1981 - HAND SIGNED
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Paper Size: 29.5 x 22.5 inches ( 74.93 x 57.15 cm ) Image Size: 29.5 x 22.5 inches ( 74.93 x 57.15 cm ) Framed: No Condition: A: Mint Additional Details: Limited edition print desig...
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1980s Contemporary Prints and Multiples

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Offset

Bundle- 4 Assorted Andy Warhol Rare & Unsigned Serigraphs
Located in Brooklyn, NY
This is an assortment of 4 Serigraphs by Andy Warhol, each piece described as follows: Andy Warhol - Halston Advertising Campaign Poster - 1982 Serigraph 22.75" x 29.5" Unsigned Se...
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1980s Pop Art Prints and Multiples

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Screen

Maternité, Modern Lithograph by Pablo Picasso
Located in Long Island City, NY
Staring at each other lovingly, the mother and child in this print by Pablo Picasso are representative of the maternal bond between individuals in this relationship. Rendered in soft...
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Late 20th Century Cubist Abstract Prints

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Lithograph

Femme dans un Fauteuil, Cubist Lithograph by Pablo Picasso
Located in Long Island City, NY
A lithograph from the Marina Picasso Estate Collection after the Pablo Picasso painting “Femme dans un Fauteuil”, which recently sold at auction for $10 million USD. The original pai...
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Late 20th Century Cubist Abstract Prints

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Lithograph

Fine Italian Old Master Oil Painting c. 1700's The Madonna Christ Child St. John
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
The Madonna, Christ Child and St. John Italian Old Master, circa 1700's period oil painting on canvas, unframed Canvas: 28.5 x 24 inches conditon: overall very good for its age, a fe...
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Early 18th Century Old Masters Portrait Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

Notre Dame, Cubist Lithograph by Pablo Picasso
Located in Long Island City, NY
Moored below a bridge crossing the Seine, several rowboats of bright colors float before a view of the Notre Dame de Paris in the distance. Identifiable by its signature Rose Window,...
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Late 20th Century Cubist Abstract Prints

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Lithograph

THE LANTERN Hand Signed Lithograph, Collage Portrait, African American Heritage
Located in Union City, NJ
THE LANTERN is an original, handmade limited edition lithograph printed from hand drawn lithography plates in 13 colors using traditional hand lithography methods on archival Somerse...
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1970s Contemporary Portrait Prints

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Lithograph

"Lazy Days Blues" TEXAS BLUEBONNETS, NICE LARGER SIZE LANDSCAPE CIRCA 1950
Located in San Antonio, TX
Porfirio Salinas (1910-1973) San Antonio Artist Image Size: 25 x 30 Frame Size: 34 x 39 Medium: Oil on Canvas Circa 1950 "Lazy Day Blues" Texas Bluebonnet Biography Porfirio Salinas (1910-1973) Porfirio Salinas was a self-taught artist who painted landscapes of Central Texas with an emphasis on the vast bluebonnet fields that grow there in the springtime. Born in 1910 in Bastrop, Texas, he attended public schools in San Antonio. He also observed works in progress by the director of the San Antonio Art School, Jose Arpa, as well as landscape painter, Robert Wood. Wood is said to have paid Salinas five dollars a picture to paint bluebonnets because "he hated to paint bluebonnets". Salinas served in the military from 1943 to 1945. Although he was assigned to Fort Sam Houston, he was allowed to live at home. At the fort, Colonel Telesphor Gottchalk assigned him to paint murals for the officer's lounge and various other projects, and Salinas continued to be able to paint during his entire conscripted period. Even before he achieved notoriety among galleries, dealers, and museums, Salinas was widely followed and appreciated by many Texans, including former President Lyndon B. Johnson, who may be considered responsible for launching Salinas popularity beyond the boundaries of Texas. In 1973, Texas capital, Austin, honored Salinas for having "done much to bring the culture of Mexico and Texas closer together with his paintings". Salinas died in April 1973 in San Antonio, Texas. From the years of the Great Depression through President Lyndon Johnson's Great Society of the 1960s, Texan Porfirio Salinas (1910-1973) remained one of the Lone Star State's most popular artists. Today, his works remain popular with Texas collectors and those who love landscapes of the beautiful "Hill Country" that lies in the center of the state. One of the first Mexican American painters to become widely recognized for his art, Salinas was a favorite of President Lyndon Johnson and his wife, Lady Bird Johnson, as well as of Sam Rayburn, the longest-serving Speaker of the House of Representatives, and Texas Governor John Connelly. In fact, President Johnson was so enamored with his Salinas paintings that the artist will forever be associated with America's first Texas-born President. Works by Porfirio Salinas is in a number of museum collections, grace the halls of the Texas State Capitol and the Governor's Mansion in Austin, and are included in virtually every major private collection of Early Texas Art. Porfirio Salinas was born on November 6, 1910, near the small town of Bastrop, Texas, about thirty miles from Austin. His father, Porfirio G. Salinas (1881-1967), and his mother, Clara G. Chavez, struggled to make a hardscrabble living as tenant farmers, but eventually were forced to give up farming. The family moved to San Antonio, where Salinas' father was able to get a job working as a laborer for the railroad, but the scenic area around Bastrop, with its pine trees and the wide expanse of the Rio Grande River, would forever remain a touchstone for the artist. For the rest of his life, Salinas and his brothers went back frequently to visit their grandmother in her little farmhouse. When in Bastrop, Porfirio painted on the banks of the Rio Grande or in the groves of pine trees. The Salinas family was close-knit, and Porfirio was the middle child of five children, so he had an older brother and sister as well as a younger brother and sister. His mother was a native of Mexico, so throughout his childhood the family made the long drive to Mexico to visit Clara Salinas' family. As a child growing up in the bi-lingual section of San Antonio, Salinas drew and painted incessantly and by the time he was ten, he was already producing work that was mature enough to sell to his schoolteachers. Many years later in an article in the New York Times he was described as a "boy whose textbooks were seldom opened and whose sketchbook was never closed." Instead of studying, the young artist spent his spare time watching artists paint in and around San Antonio. As an aspiring painter, Salinas was fortunate to grow up in the historic city, which had the most active art scene in Texas. It was his exposure to older, professional painters that encouraged the precocious young painter to leave school early in order to help his family and pursue a career as a professional artist, despite his father's inability to see art as a career with any future for his son. When Salinas was about fifteen he came to know the artist Robert W. Wood (1889-1979). He met Wood while he was employed in an art supply store and he soon began to work as an assistant to the English-born painter, who had moved from Portland to San Antonio in 1924. Although the diminutive Englishman was already an established professional artist, he did not have a great deal of formal art training and so he was then studying with the academically trained Spanish painter Jose Arpa (1858-1952) in order to augment his knowledge and give his work a more polished look. Salinas was an eager young man, and while working in Wood's downtown San Antonio studio he learned to stretch canvases, frame paintings and to sketch in larger compositions from small plein-air studies for the English artist. He began to accompany Wood and Arpa to the hills outside San Antonio, where they painted small Plein-air studies of fields of blue lupin - the state flower, the famous "Bluebonnets" of Texas - in the springtime and scenes of the gnarled Red Oaks as they changed color in the fall. He was soon assisting Wood in the tedious work of painting the tiny blue flowers that collectors wanted to see in the landscapes they purchased of central Texas. According to a 1972 newspaper story, "Legend has it that one day in the 1920s artist Robert Wood decided he could not bear to paint another bluebonnet in one of his landscapes. He hired young Porfirio Salinas to paint them in for him at five dollars a painting." Whether this story is accurate or apocryphal isn't clear, but the ambitious and independent young Salinas wasn't destined to be anyone's assistant for very long. The formative event of Porfirio Salinas' teenage years was the Texas Wildflower Competitive Exhibitions, a Roaring-Twenties dream of the eccentric oilman Edgar B. Davis (1873-1951). These competitive shows of paintings of wildflowers and Texas life were mounted in San Antonio from 1927 to 1929. Held at the newly opened Witte Museum each spring, the exhibition featured large cash prizes donated by the philanthropic Davis, which were an inducement for artists to travel from all over the United States to paint in the Hill Country of Texas. The "Davis Competitions," as they were known, helped to cement San Antonio's reputation as an art center, a legacy that remains with the "River City" today. The shows generated a great deal of excitement in the area, helping to make celebrities of the some of the artists who had already settled there and encouraging others to make San Antonio their home. Over the three years that the wildflower competitions were held, more than 300 paintings were exhibited, and many thousands of viewers saw the paintings at the Witte Museum and on tours throughout the state and in New York. Each year Davis would generously purchase the winning paintings and then donate them to the San Antonio Art League. Young Porfirio Salinas would have been able to not only watch his two mentors - Robert W. Wood and Jose Arpa - paint the works that they entered in the Davis Competitions, he would have been able to see Arpa take several of the major prizes, receiving the judge's accolades for "Verbena," "Cactus Flower" and "Picking Cotton," works that are still on view at the San Antonio Art League Museum today. Unfortunately, Davis eventually put his donations to work in other charitable endeavors, bringing to an end the wildflower events, but only after they inspired Salinas and other young painters and had helped to make wildflower paintings the most sought-after subject for traditionalist Texas collectors. In 1930, when he was only twenty, Salinas hung out a shingle and began to paint professionally, augmenting the sales of his easel paintings with what little business he could garner by painting signs for local concerns. It was a struggle for the young artist to make a living, as the effects of the Great Depression were settling in. His early works are very similar to those of Robert Wood's, both in subject matter and treatment. Salinas did small paintings of Bluebonnets for the tourists who visited San Antonio to see the famous Alamo as well as paintings of the Texas missions...
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1950s Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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Oil

Tulip Fields 05 by Bernhard Lang - small size
Located in Paris, FR
Aerial Views, Tulip Fields 05 is a limited-edition photograph by German contemporary artist Bernhard Lang. Available dimensions and editions: - 60 x 75 cm: edition of 10 - 96 x 120 ...
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2010s Contemporary Landscape Photography

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C Print

Damien Hirst, The Set of 6 Foundation Cartier Cerisiers En Fleurs Cherry, 2021
Located in Manchester, GB
Damien Hirst, The Set of 6 Foundation Cartier Cerisiers En Fleurs Cherry, 2021 Offset lithograph 80 x 60 cm (31.5 x 23.62 in)
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2010s Impressionist Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

Animated Scene In The Kitchen, Oil On Parquet Panel, 18th Century Or Before
Located in SAINT-OUEN-SUR-SEINE, FR
Lively scene in the kitchen. Northern School. Oil on parquet panel, 18th century or earlier. Old restoration of the panel. Painting in good general condition. 19th century frame in w...
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18th Century Dutch School Figurative Paintings

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Oil, Wood Panel

La Femme Avec le Béret Rouge, Cubist Lithograph by Pablo Picasso
Located in Long Island City, NY
Wearing a brightly-colored beret, the woman in this Pablo Picasso print is rendered in hues of blue and teal. Looking to the side, the woman is portrayed from a multitude of angles t...
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Late 20th Century Cubist Abstract Prints

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Lithograph

"Landscape D" by Hiroshi Sato, Original Painting, Abstract Landscape
Located in Denver, CO
Hiroshi Sato's "Landscape D" (2024) is an original oil on canvas artwork, measuring 28 x 28 inches. "Landscape D" is sold unframed but is ready to hang. This unique artwork is perf...
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2010s Contemporary Landscape Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

"Igniting the Inner Flame" by Jon Wassom, Mixed Media, Male Nude
Located in Denver, CO
Jon Wassom's "Igniting the Inner Flame" is an original, handmade mixed media painting that depicts an a male nude in a contemplative pose. This piece is unframed yet ready to hang. ...
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2010s Contemporary Figurative Paintings

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Canvas, Mixed Media

Guitare et Partition, Cubist Lithograph by Pablo Picasso
Located in Long Island City, NY
This print by Pablo Picasso is a prime example of the artist's manipulation of perspective and reduction of subjects into simple, flat forms rendered in a geometric and angular fashi...
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Late 20th Century Cubist Abstract Prints

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Lithograph

Indian Encampment at Sunset
Located in New York, NY
In his oil painting entitled, “Indian Encampment at Sunset,” Ralph Albert Blakelock depicts a Native American outpost against a stunning sunset.
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19th Century Landscape Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

Santiago of Compostela, from The Hippies
Located in Washington, DC
Artist: Salvador Dali Title: Santiago of Compostela Portfolio: The Hippies Medium: Color etching on Arches Date: 1969 Edition: 102/145 Frame Size: 31" x 26 1/2" Sheet Size: 26" x 20"...
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1960s Surrealist Figurative Prints

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Etching

Canoe on the shore of the lake
Located in Vienna, AT
Was born in 1993 in the city of Marganets, Ukraine. Artist Gorbachenko Multiple participants of group and solo exhibitions and Art Fair Vilnius. The artist's works are in private col...
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2010s Realist Landscape Paintings

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Paper, Gouache, Watercolor, Acrylic

The pagoda, from The Hippies
Located in Washington, DC
Artist: Salvador Dali Title: The pagoda Portfolio: The Hippies Medium: Color etching on Arches Date: 1969 Edition: 102/145 Frame Size: 31" x 26 1/2" Sheet Size: 26" x 20" Image Size:...
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1960s Surrealist Figurative Prints

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Etching

Portrait de Femme, Cubist Lithograph by Pablo Picasso
Located in Long Island City, NY
Facing the viewer, this likeness of a female figure in this print by Pablo Picasso features several key emblems of Cubism. Represented as a disbodied head, the face of the woman feat...
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Late 20th Century Cubist Abstract Prints

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Lithograph

Passiflora Laurigera original signed etching Flora Dalinae 1968 Salvador Dali
Located in Paonia, CO
Passiflora Laurigera original signed limited edition  ( 121/200) etching from Flora Dalinae 1968 suite by Salvador Dali.   This suite consis...
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1960s Surrealist Landscape Prints

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Etching

Composition, Cubist Lithograph by Pablo Picasso
Located in Long Island City, NY
Shaking hands, the two primary figures in the composition wear togas and carry weaponry in this composition by Pablo Picasso. Wearing ornate curved helmets and carrying shields with ...
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Late 20th Century Cubist Abstract Prints

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Lithograph

The sun, from The Hippies
Located in Washington, DC
Artist: Salvador Dali Title: The sun Portfolio: The Hippies Medium: Color etching on Arches Date: 1969 Edition: 102/145 Frame Size: 31" x 26 1/2" Sheet Size: 26" x 20" Image Size: 15...
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1960s Surrealist Figurative Prints

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Etching

"Fire and Ice" by Jon Wassom, Mixed Media, Male Couple
Located in Denver, CO
Jon Wassom's "Fire and Ice" is an original, handmade mixed media painting that depicts a male couple embracing. This piece is unframed yet ready to hang. Jon Wassom, a versatile c...
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2010s Contemporary Nude Paintings

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Mixed Media, Canvas

Etude pour le Nu, Cubist Lithograph by Pablo Picasso
Located in Long Island City, NY
Raising his hands behind his head, the nude figure in this Pablo Picasso print looks downward. Rendered in a neutral orange hue, the figure is shown fragmented in a series of simple ...
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Late 20th Century Cubist Abstract Prints

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Lithograph

Le Bouquet, Cubist Lithograph by Pablo Picasso
Located in Long Island City, NY
Forgoing traditional perspective, Pablo Picasso creates an angular, unique representation of a bouquet of flowers in this print. Turning in different directions and carrying differen...
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Late 20th Century Cubist Abstract Prints

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Lithograph

Le Peintre et son Modèle, Cubist Lithograph by Pablo Picasso
Located in Long Island City, NY
Looking to the side, the nude female model in this Pablo Picasso print poses for the painter before her who renders her likeness. Shown along the upper right of the composition, the ...
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Late 20th Century Cubist Abstract Prints

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Lithograph

Maternite au Rideau Rouge, Cubist Lithograph by Pablo Picasso
Located in Long Island City, NY
Rendered with soft, minimal lines, this portrayal of a mother and her child is sweet and comforting. Staring over the head of the child, the mother supports the boy as he rests on he...
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Late 20th Century Cubist Abstract Prints

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Lithograph

Nu Assis, Cubist Lithograph by Pablo Picasso
Located in Long Island City, NY
Rendered with soft, minimal lines, this portrayal of a mother and her child is sweet and comforting. Staring over the head of the child, the mother supports the boy as he rests on he...
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Late 20th Century Cubist Abstract Prints

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Lithograph

Don Quichotte with the Mirror - Original etching, Handsigned - Field #80-1 I
Located in Paris, FR
Salvador DALI (1904-1989) Don Quichotte with the Mirror, (le Miroir de la Chevalerie), 1980 Original etching with aquatint Signed in pencil Numbered / 125 On Arches vellum 76 x 56....
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1980s Surrealist Figurative Prints

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Etching, Aquatint

Card Game in the Countryside. Circa 1740. Roman school: Bamboccianti.
Located in Firenze, IT
Bambocciata with Card Game in the Countryside (Partita a carte) PAOLO MONALDI (post 1710 - post 1779), entourage ante 1750 Oil on canvas Measurements: Unframed: 45 x 31 cm. Fra...
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18th Century Italian School Animal Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

Portrait de Femme au Beret Ecossais, Cubist Lithograph by Pablo Picasso
Located in Long Island City, NY
Leaning against the chair, the woman in the plaid beret stares at the viewer in this Pablo Picasso portrait. A lithograph from the Marina Picasso Estate Collection after the Pablo Pi...
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Late 20th Century Cubist Abstract Prints

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Lithograph

Maternité, Modern Lithograph by Pablo Picasso
Located in Long Island City, NY
Pablo Picasso's warm print of a mother cuddling her infant is indicative of his mastery of the human figure and human condition. A lithograph from the Marina Picasso Estate Collectio...
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Late 20th Century Cubist Abstract Prints

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Lithograph

Olga Picasso, Modern Lithograph by Pablo Picasso
Located in Long Island City, NY
Staring slightly off to the side, Olga Picasso (Khokhlova) is clothed in a loose-fitting brown dress that drapes off of her body and wears her hair pulled back in this Pablo Picasso ...
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Late 20th Century Cubist Abstract Prints

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Lithograph

The old hippie, from The Hippies
Located in Washington, DC
Artist: Salvador Dali Title: The old hippie Portfolio: The Hippies Medium: Color etching on Arches Date: 1969 Edition: 102/145 Frame Size: 31" x 26 1/2" Sheet Size: 26" x 20" Image S...
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1960s Surrealist Figurative Prints

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Etching

Woman in the waves, from The Hippies
Located in Washington, DC
Artist: Salvador Dali Title: Woman in the waves Portfolio: The Hippies Medium: Color etching on Arches Date: 1969 Edition: 102/145 Frame Size: 31" x...
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1960s Surrealist Figurative Prints

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Etching

The sacred cow, from The Hippies
Located in Washington, DC
Artist: Salvador Dali Title: The sacred cow Portfolio: The Hippies Medium: Color etching on Arches Date: 1969 Edition: 102/145 Frame Size: 31" x 26 1/2" Sheet Size: 26" x 20" Image S...
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1960s Surrealist Figurative Prints

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Etching

Woman with the garter, from The Hippies
Located in Washington, DC
Artist: Salvador Dali Title: Woman with the garter Portfolio: The Hippies Medium: Color etching on Arches Date: 1969 Edition: 102/145 Frame Size: 31" x 26 1/2" Sheet Size: 26" x 20" ...
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1960s Surrealist Figurative Prints

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Etching

Tete De Femme, Modern Lithograph by Pablo Picasso
Located in Long Island City, NY
Pablo Picasso's mastery of perspective and integration of geometric planes into his portraits is evident in this portrait of a woman wearing a matching orange hat and blouse. Returni...
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Late 20th Century Cubist Abstract Prints

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Lithograph

George Barris, "Warm Up", hand signed, photolithograph
Located in Chatsworth, CA
Taken just two and a half weeks before her untimely death "Warm Up" is considered to be the last photo taken of the last photo shoot of Marilyn Monroe by George Barris at Santa Monic...
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1960s Photorealist Color Photography

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Photographic Paper

Cheval Attele, Cubist Lithograph by Pablo Picasso
Located in Long Island City, NY
Set against a blank white background, the light brown horse in this print by Pablo Picasso is outfitted to pull a carriage or wagon. A lithograph from the Marina Picasso Estate Colle...
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Late 20th Century Cubist Abstract Prints

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Lithograph

New York : Statue of Liberty - Original Handsigned Lithograph
Located in Paris, FR
Bernard BUFFET New York : Statue of Liberty, 1986 Original lithograph Handsigned in pencil Justified EA (artist proof) On Arches vellum 76 x 58 cm (c. 30 x 22 inch) REFRENCES : Catalogue raisonne Bernard Buffet lithograph...
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1950s American Modern Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

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Located in Zofingen, AG
"This series of works is based on the artist's impressions, communication with old and new friends. Our future is impossible without the past. We all appreciate old stories about our...
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2010s Realist Figurative Paintings

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Oil, Canvas

Portrait de Femme, Cubist Lithograph by Pablo Picasso
Located in Long Island City, NY
This Pablo Picasso print features the head and shoulders of a woman posing for a portrait. With the integration of the solid, sweeping lines, the artist draws attention to the figure...
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Late 20th Century Cubist Abstract Prints

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Lithograph

Ecuadorian Contemporary Art by Doïna Vieru - Untitled
Located in Paris, IDF
Watercolor, ink on Canson paper 300 g. Doïna Vieru is an Ecuadorian-Moldavian artist born in 1978 who lives & works in France, Paris. She always preferred pas/pas/passionately the i...
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2010s Abstract Expressionist Abstract Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Paper, Ink, Watercolor

Ecuadorian Contemporary Art by Doïna Vieru - Untitled
Located in Paris, IDF
Watercolor, ink on Canson paper 300 g. Doïna Vieru is an Ecuadorian-Moldavian artist born in 1978 who lives & works in France, Paris. She always preferred pas/pas/passionately the i...
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2010s Abstract Expressionist Abstract Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Paper, Ink, Watercolor

Ecuadorian Contemporary Art by Doïna Vieru - Untitled
Located in Paris, IDF
Watercolor, ink on Canson paper 300 g. Doïna Vieru is an Ecuadorian-Moldavian artist born in 1978 who lives & works in France, Paris. She always preferred pas/pas/passionately the i...
Category

2010s Abstract Expressionist Abstract Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Paper, Ink, Watercolor

Ecuadorian Contemporary Art by Doïna Vieru - Untitled
Located in Paris, IDF
Watercolor, ink on Canson paper 300 g. Doïna Vieru is an Ecuadorian-Moldavian artist born in 1978 who lives & works in France, Paris. She always preferred pas/pas/passionately the i...
Category

2010s Abstract Expressionist Abstract Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Paper, Ink, Watercolor

Ecuadorian Contemporary Art by Doïna Vieru - Untitled
Located in Paris, IDF
Watercolor, ink on Canson paper 300 g. Doïna Vieru is an Ecuadorian-Moldavian artist born in 1978 who lives & works in France, Paris. She always preferred pas/pas/passionately the i...
Category

2010s Abstract Expressionist Abstract Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Paper, Ink, Watercolor

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