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Medium: Screen
I-S #1 /// Abstract Geometric Sewell Sillman Screenprint Purple Pink Modern Art
By Sewell Sillman
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 Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Femme à la lune
Located in Malmo, SE
Published by edition GKM. Unframed. Edition: 200 ex Paper: 300gr. Goya. Signed by the artist. Free shipment worldwide. Corneille, one of the founders of the COBRA group, has passe...
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1990s Contemporary Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

St. Tropez /// Contemporary Pop Art Beach Ocean Shore Figurative Swimming Modern
By Robin Shepherd
Located in Saint Augustine, FL
Artist: Robin Shepherd (English-American, Active Late 20th Century) Title: "St. Tropez" *Signed by Shepherd in pencil lower right Year: 1991 Medium: Original Screenprint on deckle edge Stonehenge paper Limited edition: 150, (the number may differ from what is shown in the photos) Printer: possibly the artist Shepherd himself, Jacksonville, FL Publisher: the artist Shepherd himself and The Collector's Exchange, Jacksonville, FL (present day Graves International Art...
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1990s Contemporary Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Erté (Romain de Tirtoff) - Manhattan Mary IV: serigraph Broadway musical
Located in London, GB
Erté (Romain de Tirtoff) (1892-1990) 'Manhattan Mary IV' Serigraph (Silk screen print) (Artist's Proof IL/L) Signed in pencil 70 x 56cm (sheet) 41.5 x 3...
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1920s Modern Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Rialto, Venice Limited Edition Serigraph
Located in Soquel, CA
Vibrant serigraph of Rialto, Venice bridge as viewed from loggia with plants and birds by Thomas McKnight (American, b. 1941), 1983. Signed lower right corner. Numbered LXXIX/C (79/100) lower left corner. Presented in gilt-toned wood frame under glass. Image size: 26"H x 28"W. Thomas McKnight's paintings, serigraphs and posters, phenomenally popular with the public, have placed him in an elite group of contemporary artist...
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1980s Other Art Style Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen, Paper, Ink

I'll Be Dining Alone Tonight
Located in New York, NY
Matthew Brannon is best known for his letterpress and screen prints of incongruous combinations of images and text. These prints are rendered in a subtle, stripped-down aesthetic, ev...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Art by Medium: Screen

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Lithograph, Screen

Drapery - Screen Print - 1970s
Located in Roma, IT
Image dimensions: 15 x 9.5 cm. Drapery is an original color serigraph on paper, realized around the 1970's by a German artist, whose signature is hard to read. Signed in pencil on ...
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1960s Abstract Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Tropic Fruit
Located in London, GB
80 x 94 cms (31.5 x 37 ins) Edition of 100
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1980s Abstract Art by Medium: Screen

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Color, Screen

The Shower - Original Screen Print by Nicola Simbari - 1976
Located in Roma, IT
Hand Signed. Edition of 90 pieces. Very good conditions.
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1970s Contemporary Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Monkey Sign skateboard deck
Located in Washington , DC, DC
Stamped on top of deck: Made by Medicom Toy, Brandalism
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2010s Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Art Makes Children Powerful
Located in London, GB
Bob and Roberta Smith Art Makes Children Powerful, 2022 Silkscreen print on paper hand-signed and numbered by the artist 52 x 52 cm Edition of 50...
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2010s Art by Medium: Screen

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Silk, Screen

Growing III
Located in Hollywood, FL
Artist: Keith Haring Title: Growing III Size: 40 x 30 Inches (76.2 x 101.6 cm) Medium: Screenprint in colors, on Lenox Museum Board, with full margins. Edition: 15 of 100 Year: 198...
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1980s Pop Art Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Growing II
Located in Hollywood, FL
Artist: Keith Haring Title: Growing II Size: 40 x 30 Inches (76.2 x 101.6 cm) Medium: Screenprint in colors, on Lenox Museum Board, with full margins. Edition: 100 of 100 Year: 198...
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1980s Pop Art Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

St. Apollonia FS II.330-333 (Matching Set)
Located in Hollywood, FL
Artist: Andy Warhol Title: St. Apollonia FS II.330-333 (Matching Set) Size: 30 x 22 Inches Each Medium: Screenprint Edition: 7/250 Year: 1984 Notes: Hand-signed and Numbered by t...
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1980s Pop Art Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Vantage Point with Screen Print by Chris Keegan
Located in Deddington, GB
Vantage point by Chris Keegan. This Five colour handmade screen print depicts a multi-layered dynamic set of landscapes all floating above and below each other. Created is an image o...
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2010s Abstract Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Chignon
Located in Greenwich, CT
Chignon is an expertly crafted, embossed serigraph on paper with foil stamping and an image size of 13.5 x 13.5 inches. From the edition of 650, the art is numbered XXVI/CCC and esta...
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20th Century Art Deco Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen, Paper

Blue Face from the Brushstroke Figures Series
Located in Miami, FL
Lithograph, waxtype woodcut and screenprint on 638-g/m cold-pressed Saunders Waterford Paper. From the "Brushstroke Figures" series, 1989. Hand signed rf Lichtenstein, dated ('89) a...
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1980s Contemporary Art by Medium: Screen

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Lithograph, Screen, Woodcut

June
Located in Greenwich, CT
June is an expertly crafted, embossed serigraph on paper with foil stamping and an image size of 27 x 22 inches. From the edition of 650, the art is numbered 203/300 and estate-stamp...
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20th Century Art Deco Art by Medium: Screen

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Paper, Screen

April
Located in Greenwich, CT
April is an expertly crafted, embossed serigraph on paper with foil stamping and an image size of 27 x 22 inches. From the edition of 650, the art is numbered 296/300 and estate-stam...
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20th Century Art Deco Art by Medium: Screen

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Paper, Screen

May
Located in Greenwich, CT
May is an expertly crafted, embossed serigraph on paper with foil stamping and an image size of 27 x 22 inches. From the edition of 650, the art is numbered 171/300 and estate-stampe...
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20th Century Art Deco Art by Medium: Screen

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Paper, Screen

Victime de l'Art
Located in Greenwich, CT
Victime de l'Art is an expertly crafted, embossed serigraph on paper with foil stamping and an image size of 20 x 14 inches. From the edition of 650, the art is numbered 243/300 and ...
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20th Century Art Deco Art by Medium: Screen

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Paper, Screen

Hat and Chain
Located in Greenwich, CT
Hat and Chain is an expertly crafted, embossed serigraph on paper with foil stamping and an image size of 14.25 x 11 inches. From the edition of 650, the art is numbered CCXXXIV/CCC ...
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20th Century Art Deco Art by Medium: Screen

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Paper, Screen

Onyx Sleeve
Located in Greenwich, CT
Onyx Sleeve is an expertly crafted, embossed serigraph on paper with foil stamping and an image size of 13.5 x 13.5 inches. From the edition of 650, the art is numbered 184/300 and e...
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20th Century Art Deco Art by Medium: Screen

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Paper, Screen

Rose Fan
Located in Greenwich, CT
Rose Fan is an expertly crafted, embossed serigraph on paper with foil stamping and an image size of 18.75 x 14.5 inches. From the edition of 650, the art is numbered CCXXVI/CCC and ...
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20th Century Art Deco Art by Medium: Screen

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Paper, Screen

Pop Shop VI, 1989 complete set of 4 artworks
Located in Miami, FL
The complete portfolio of 4 individual pieces. Each with the Keith Haring Estate stamp verso, signed in pencil by the Executor for the Estate, Julia Gruen, and numbered 26/200. Publi...
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1980s Contemporary Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Woof and Meow
Located in London, GB
2 x Screen prints hand signed and numbered on 280gsm Somerset Velvet paper. Each of the two prints are packaged with their own certificate of authenticity within a specially crafted ...
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2010s Street Art Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Crowning of a Satyr
Located in London, GB
Edition of 125 40 colour screenprint with hand applied 24-carat gold leaf on Somerset Tub Sized Satin White 410gsm. 76 x 60 cm (29.9 x 23.6 in) Signed and dated by the artist Chris...
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2010s Contemporary Art by Medium: Screen

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Gold Leaf

Jellyfish Passion (pink)
Located in London, GB
Original screenprint on Gloss Enamel Ink on Somerset Radiant White Tub sized 410gsm paper Signed and numbered by the artist in black archival ink From the Pop Heart Portfolio 60 x 60...
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2010s Street Art Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Violet Dance
Located in London, GB
14 layer screen print on 410gsm Somerset Tub Sized Satin White paper - finished with matte varnish and glossy, vinyl ink details 27 3/5 × 19 7/10 in 70 × 50 cm Edition of 40 hand-si...
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2010s Contemporary Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Pattern Makers
Located in London, GB
Screenprint in colours on Coventry Rag paper, signed in pencil, numbered from an edition of 30, published by Fort Makers, New York Tunji Adeniyi-Jones is a rising star in the cont...
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2010s Contemporary Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Levrier (Italian Greyhound), Screenprint by Patrick Nagel
Located in Long Island City, NY
Levrier (Italian Greyhound) by Patrick Nagel, American (1945–1984) Date: circa 1983 Screenprint, signed and numbered in pencil Edition of 25/300 Image Size: 33 x 25.5 inches Size: 40...
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1980s Art Deco Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Untitled (Plate 4 from the Blueprint Drawings)
Located in Hollywood, FL
Artist: Keith Haring Title: Untitled (Plate 4 from the Blueprint Drawings) Size: 42 1/2 × 57 1/2 in 108 × 146.1 cm Medium: Screen Print on wove paper Edition: 4 of 33 Year: 1990 ...
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1990s Pop Art Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Honey Yellow Lily
Located in New York, NY
In many of his prints, Ed Baynard presents familiar still-life scenes, such as flowers in vases. He reduces the compositions, divorcing the forms from a context, thus accentuating th...
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Late 20th Century Modern Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Empire, by Robert Cottingham (photorealistic image of neon sign )
Located in New York, NY
Robert Cottingham is known for imagery that celebrates the history of communications in America, specifically neon signage on urban storefronts and signs on railroad cars. In 2008, ...
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Early 2000s Photorealist Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Nude (Lithograph) /// Pop Art Nude Tom Wesselmann Screenprint Figurative Flower
Located in Saint Augustine, FL
Artist: Tom Wesselmann (American, 1931-2004) Title: "Nude (Lithograph)" *Signed, dated, and numbered by Wesselmann in pencil lower right Year: 1976 Medium: Original Lithograph and Sc...
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1970s Pop Art Art by Medium: Screen

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Lithograph, Screen

LOVE (Plate 4) /// Pop Art Robert Indiana Screenprint Post-War New York Minimal
Located in Saint Augustine, FL
Artist: Robert Indiana (American, 1928-2018) Title: "LOVE (Plate 4)" Portfolio: Book of Love *Signed and dated by Indiana in pencil lower right Year: 1996 Medium: Original Screenprint on A.N.W. Crestwood Museum Edition paper Limited edition: 75/200. (There were also 50 impressions in Roman numerals) Printer: Freeman Burks of American Image Editions, New York, NY Publisher: Michael McKenzie of American Image Editions, New York, NY Framing: Framed in a contemporary silver moulding and silver filet with white cotton rag matting Framed size: 32.13" x 30.63" Sheet size: 24" x 20" Image size: 18.19" x 18" Condition: Minor cosmetic wear to frame. In excellent condition Notes: Provenance: private collection - Cincinnati, OH. Numbered by Indiana in pencil lower left. Comes from Indiana's 1996 "Book of Love" portfolio of 12 screenprints of the same image in various colors, originally issued in a black-lettered brown paper-covered folio with accompanying 12 poems. Besides the Arabic and Roman numeral editions, there were also 15 artist's proofs. Technical Director: Peter Engert; Plate Maker: James Harvey; Counsel: Gregory S. Smith, Esq.; Fabricator: Al Hirshson; and Die Maker: York Display. Printed in three colors: white, gray, and dark gray. The "Book of Love" project was conceived by the artist as a portfolio that would make a definitive statement on his masterpiece "LOVE", fulfilling his original vision as both a poet and a painter. The prints in the portfolio were created by Indiana as illustrations for his own love poems, written circa 1958-1973. The prints were produced in silkscreen using oil based paints on a newly created fine art paper that he found perfect for rendering "LOVE", which demands a precise line and radiant true color. The poems each have a highly raised embossment of "LOVE", trapped in colors, just below the title. Each print is hand pencil signed, and each poem hand pencil initialed by the artist. Biography: Robert Indiana was born on September 13, 1928 named Robert Clark in New Castle...
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1990s Pop Art Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Nudes on Towels /// Contemporary Pop Art Figurative Swimming Pool Screenprint
Located in Saint Augustine, FL
Artist: Dan May (American, 1955-) Title: "Nudes on Towels" *Signed and numbered by May in pencil lower left Year: 1983 Medium: Original Screenprint on unbranded cream wove paper Limited edition: 104/150 Printer: the artist May himself, Oakland, CA Publisher: the artist May himself, Oakland, CA Sheet size: 31.75" x 29.63" Image size: 24.13" x 24.13" Condition: Light wear to lower right corner. In excellent condition. A fantastic image Notes: Titled and dated by May in pencil lower right. Biography: Dan May is an American painter and printmaker born on March 11, 1955 in San Francisco, CA. Raised in aesthetic surroundings heavily influenced by his architect father, May grew up learning to view all things with an eye for design, color, and shape. At age 5, he remembers his father cutting up a book of drawings by Henri Matisse and hanging them on the walls of their home. The French master Matisse as well as Richard Diebenkorn and David Hockney are his favorite art influences. He began his first attempts at painting at age 15, and later began to experiment with printmaking, teaching himself various techniques such as woodblock printing, etching, silkscreen printing, and monoprinting. Monoprinting soon became May's medium of choice due to its wide range of expression and spontaneity that he felt other techniques lacked. May - "With monoprinting, you can only work a piece for as a long as the paint stays wet, so the resulting print has a feeling of movement and immediacy. I also like how monoprinting allows the brush strokes to transfer a transparent light quality to the print. For me, this is a technique that bridges...
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1980s Contemporary Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Yankee Doodle /// Gene Davis Abstract Geometric Huge Screenprint Colorful Modern
Located in Saint Augustine, FL
Artist: Gene Davis (American, 1920-1985) Title: "Yankee Doodle" *Signed and numbered by Davis in pencil lower right Year: 1972 Medium: Original Screenprint on wove paper, laid down t...
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1970s Abstract Art by Medium: Screen

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Canvas, Screen

Confiance à l’oiseau.
Located in Malmo, SE
Publisher GKM. Unframed. Edition of 150 ex Paper: 300gr. Goya. Signed, dated and numbered. Corneille, one of the founders of the COBRA group, has passed away. He died in Paris on Su...
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1980s Contemporary Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Entablature IV /// Pop Art Roy Lichtenstein Large Design Architecture Pattern
Located in Saint Augustine, FL
Artist: Roy Lichtenstein (American, 1923-1997) Title: "Entablature IV" Portfolio: Entablature Series *Signed and dated by Lichtenstein in pencil lower right Year: 1976 Medium: Original Screenprint and Collaged mat pink Metallic Foil with Embossing on Rives BFK paper Limited edition: 14/30, (there were also 9 artist's proofs) Printer: Tyler Graphics Ltd., Bedford Village, NY Publisher: Tyler Graphics Ltd., Bedford Village, NY Reference: "The Prints of Roy Lichtenstein: A Catalogue Raisonné 1948-1997" - Corlett No. 141, page 144; PCN 7 (July-August 1976); "Tyler Graphics Catalogue Raisonné 1974-1985" - Tyler No. 337:RL5, page 210 Framing: Framed in a contemporary white moulding with plexiglass and matted with a custom hand-wrapped 8 ply linen mat Framed size: 39.5" x 55" Sheet size: 29.19" x 44.82" Image size: 20.19" x 38" Condition: Some light cosmetic wear to frame; presently no hanging wire. The artwork is in mint condition Very rare Notes: Provenance: private company collection - Miami, FL, acquired directly from the publisher Tyler Graphics Ltd., Bedford Village, NY in the 1970's. Numbered by Lichtenstein in pencil lower left. Comes from Lichtenstein's 1976 "Entablature Series" portfolio of 11 prints, (Corlett No. 138-148). Printed in six colors, in seven runs, from five screens, and one embossing plate. Collaboration: Kenneth Tyler (project supervision, plate/screen preparation, proofing, collage, and embossing); Kim Halliday (screen preparation and processing, proofing, and edition printing); Betty Fiske (proofing and edition printing). Swan Engraving processed the magnesium plate. Tyler Graphics Ltd. chop mark/blind stamp lower right. Workshop number inscribed in pencil lower left on verso: "RL75-197". Comes with its original Tyler Graphics "Entablature Series" booklet. Between 1971 and 1976 Lichtenstein produced two series of "Entablature" paintings, using photographs of architectural ornament he had taken in New York as the starting point for his compositions (see Cowart [1981]). The first "Entablature" paintings (1971-72) were black and white. The second group used color and were produced at roughly the same time the "Entablature" series of prints were in production at Tyler Graphics Ltd., 1974-76. The first discussions between Lichtenstein and Ken Tyler concerning the "Entablature" prints took place in May, 1974. As recorded in the Tyler catalogue raisonne, technical research for the project began in September 1974 and production was completed in April 1976. Lichtenstein produced one or more collages for each print in the series to serve as models for the plates and screens. Both the "Entablature" paintings and prints are intimately concerned with texture - the metallic paint and sand of the paintings, the foils and embossing/debossing techniques employed in the prints. The imagery itself - machined architectural ornament - takes technology as its subject. As Barbara Rose suggests, "That industrialism disrupted our notion of style as much as reproduction altered our conception of representation appears to be the subjects of Lichtenstein's "Entablatures". For each print in this series, the Tyler Graphics Ltd. catalogue raisonne gives exact method and press types, as well as the initials of the printers for each run. To complete certain phases of the project, Tyler employed the following companies: Drake Engineering, Danbury, CT (for machining of the metal die); Swan Engraving, Bridgeport, CT (for plate processing); Tallix Foundry, Beacon, NY (for bronze casting); and Tompkins Tooling, Gardena, CA (for machining of the metal die). The ten embossing plates for the series are now in the collection of the National Gallery, Canberra, Australia. Biography: American artist Roy Lichtenstein was born in New York City on October 27, 1923, and grew up on Manhattan's Upper West Side. In the 1960s, Lichtenstein became a leading figure of the new Pop Art movement. Inspired by advertisements and comic strips, Lichtenstein's bright, graphic works parodied American popular culture and the art world itself. He died in New York City on September 29, 1997. Lichtenstein was committed to his art until the end of his life, often spending at least 10 hours a day in his studio. His work was acquired by major museum collections around the world, and he received numerous honorary degrees and awards, including the National Medal of Arts in 1995. In 2013 the painting "Woman with Flowered Hat" set another record at $56.1 million as it was purchased by British jeweler Laurence Graff from American investor Ronald O. Perelman. This was topped in November of 2015 by the sale of "Nurse" for 95.4 million dollars at Christie's auction. Subsequently, that was topped with the private sale of his 1962 painting...
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1970s Pop Art Art by Medium: Screen

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Metal, Foil

Minnie (Pink Glitter)
Located in Miami, FL
Screenprint in colors with glitter on heavy wove paper. Hand signed in pencil verso, numbered from the edition of 150 verso with artists copyright inkstamp. Published by Other Crite...
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2010s Contemporary Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Jing Zhiyong "A Beacon" Contemporary Art Astronauts Series
Located in Draper, UT
TITLE: Jing Zhiyong "A Beacon" Contemporary Art Astronauts Series YEAR 2021 CLASSIFICATION: Limited edition to 50 prints. MEDIUM TYPE: Print MEDIUM/MATERIALS: Screen Print on Fine Ar...
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2010s Contemporary Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Immature Artist, by Matthew Brannon (gourmet cheese delights)
Located in New York, NY
This signed and numbered limited edition print was commissioned by Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in 2012. This impression has never been framed and is in excellent condition. Note: Framed image is for reference purposes only. Artist's Statement: "When I was asked to make a print to benefit Lincoln Center I was both honored and intimidated. I was reminded of my moving to New York City in 1997. My student loans had yet to kick in and I was so broke that I really couldn’t afford much of a night on the town. So instead, as an alternative, I’d meet friends outside of Lincoln Center. There we’d spend a few hours socializing and drinking alongside the lights, on marble steps and by the fountain. I always remember that time. "When I begin to make a work of art I begin with the concept. I play word games and I try to loosen up my associations and assumptions. I make visual and verbal connections. Sometimes these are very personal and frustratingly obscure and sometimes more public. In this case I got stuck on cheese. Why cheese? I remember noticing when I moved to New York that people in New York (at least in the art world) loved cheese. Whatever the event or occasion there it was. And someone was always explaining what he or she liked about this or that particular cheese. I’m a natural mimic and so I paid attention, it comes from moving around a lot. From being the 'new kid.' So I kept mental notes on what was 'good' and more importantly what was 'bad.' You can tell a lot about a person by their opinions on cheese. (The truth is I’m not a huge fan of cheese. I believe I have a lactose intolerance.) So all this is to say in my mind it’s forever linked with connoisseurship and culture. I know these days things have changed. But much of my art concerns itself with outdated notions of 'fancy.' The status symbols of the past I knew when it felt like it mattered. I’m aware that my insecurities are what drove me forward. But that’s one way to learn. You could say the print is of artisanal cheeses—aspirational cheeses. "And then there’s the fun part—adding the text. Which is like my last word on the my artwork; the punch line—the commentary—the poetry. I had a number of ideas but I went with this one—Immature, Artist. Because artists take time. And some of us need reminding." -Matthew Brannon, December 1, 2012 Permanent Collections: Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, Rennie Collection, Vancouver, Canada, Ringler Collection, Zurich, Switzerland, Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL, MADRE Museum, Naples, Italy, The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, The Alfond Collection of Contemporary Arts, Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Rollins College...
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2010s Contemporary Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Permutation, Kinetic Sculpture, Geometric Abstraction, Aluminum
Located in Milano, IT
Optical objects in a handy format produced by Plura Editions, dating back to the late 1970s. This object is part of a series of optical objects in a handy format produced by Plura Ed...
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1970s Op Art Art by Medium: Screen

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Steel

Tea For Two - Brock
Located in Deddington, GB
Tea for Two – Brock [2017] limited_edition Screenprint Edition number 156 Image size: H:31 cm x W:25 cm Complete Size of Unframed Work: H:49 cm x W:41 cm x D:0.3cm Sold Unframed Ple...
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21st Century and Contemporary Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Kiss II (Limited Edition Reversible Cotton Blanket Wall Hanging) 59" x 70" LARGE
Located in New York, NY
Roy Lichtenstein Kiss II, Reversible Beach Blanket/Towel, 2013 Cotton Terry LARGE: 59 × 70 × 3/10 inches (approx. 30 x 20 when folded) (note that the mea...
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2010s Pop Art Art by Medium: Screen

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Cotton, Screen, Mixed Media, Textile, Laid Paper

Tea for two – Tod
Located in Deddington, GB
Tea for two – Tod by Harry Bunce [2017] limited_edition Screen Print Edition number 146 Image size: H:25 cm x W:31 cm Complete Size of Unframed Work: H:41 cm x W:49 cm x D:0.3cm Sol...
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2010s Contemporary Art by Medium: Screen

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Paper, Screen

After Howard Hodgkin-The Sky's The Limit-
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Limited edition serigraph poster after Howard Hodgkin published by the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in 2002.
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Early 2000s Contemporary Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Abstract Spiral, Geometric Abstract Screenprint by Paul Arthur Jansen
Located in Long Island City, NY
Several parallel beams of grey, white, and black come flying in from every corner of this screenprint to meet in a knot in the center. This print by Paul Arthur Jansen is signed and ...
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1980s Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Untitled
Located in San Francisco, CA
Artist: Billy Al Bengston – American (1934-2022) Title: Untitled Year: 1990 Medium: Lithograph, silkscreen on Arches paper Sight size: 19.5 x 25.5 inches. Sheet size: 24 x 30 inches. Signature: Signed lower right Publisher: Cirrus Editions, Ltd., Los Angeles, CA Edition: 250 This one: 120/250 Condition: Excellent This print is by Billy Al Bengston. It depicts what looks like a coyote staring out at the horizon on a full moon night. This print was created at the same time Bengston was creating his Moon paintings. The print has dark colors. As a result, my photographs are imperfect; they have a bit of glare. The print is in excellent condition. It is attached by two hinges to a matboard measuring 26 x 32 inches and has a Plexiglas frame. The frame is in fair condition with some light scratches. Billy Al Bengston (June 7, 1934 – October 8, 2022) was an American visual artist and sculptor who lived and worked in Venice, California, and Honolulu, Hawaii. Bengston was probably best known for work he created that reflected California's "Kustom" car and motorcycle culture. He pioneered the use of sprayed layers of automobile lacquer in fine art and often used colors that were psychedelic and shapes that were mandala-like. ARTnews referred to Bengston as a "giant of Los Angeles's postwar art scene." Early life and education Bengston was born in Dodge City, Kansas, on June 7, 1934. His family relocated to Los Angeles in 1948. He attended Los Angeles City College in 1952. Subsequently, he studied painting under Richard Diebenkorn and Saburo Hasegawa at the California College of Arts and Crafts, in Oakland, California, in 1955 and returned to Los Angeles to study at Otis Art Institute in 1956. Career Bengston began showing with the Ferus Gallery in Los Angeles (founded and run by Walter Hopps and Edward Kienholz, and later Irving Blum), having five shows between 1958 and 1963. As a fixture at the gallery, he was among a cohort of artists that included Kienholz, Ed Ruscha, Larry Bell, Kenneth Price, Ed Moses, and Robert Irwin. (The gallery closed in 1966.) In a 2018 article in Vanity Fair, Bengston recalled that he and Irwin hung the 32 pieces in Andy Warhol's Campbell's soup-can paintings show at Ferus in 1962. He notably described the atmosphere of Ferus as a "macho intellectual gang bang". After seeing the work of Jasper Johns at the 1958 Venice Biennale he adopted the motif of a set of sergeant's stripes. This recurring chevron image was painted with industrial materials and techniques associated with the decoration of motorcycle fuel tanks and surfboards. According to Grace Glueck of The New York Times, Bengston "was among the first to ditch traditional oil paint on canvas, opting instead for sprayed layers of automobile lacquer on aluminum in soft colors, achieving a highly reflective, translucent surface." Bengston encouraged viewers in the early 1960s to associate his art with motorcycle subculture; on the cover of a 1961 catalogue for a Ferus show, he was seen straddling a motorcycle. (He also competed in motocross competitions.) "When I painted these motorcycle paintings...
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1990s Pop Art Art by Medium: Screen

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Lithograph, Screen, Paper

Be Yourself Just Be Yourself
Located in Bristol, GB
12 colour screenprint with a two varnish overlay Edition of 125 Signed, numbered and dated on the back Mint. Minor imperfections may appear due to the production process. Sold with a...
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2010s Contemporary Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Madame De Stael, ceramic (porcelain) dessert plate with box -makes a great gift!
Located in New York, NY
Judy Chicago Madame De Stael Dessert Plate, 2020 Silkscreen on fine bone china Signed in plate, Signature fired on bottom 8 33/100 × 8 33/100 x .3 inch...
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2010s Feminist Art by Medium: Screen

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Ceramic, Porcelain, Screen

After Howard Hodgkin-The Sky's The Limit-30" x 33"-Serigraph-2002-Abstract
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Limited edition serigraph poster by Howard Hodgkin published by the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in 2002. Hand initialed, dated and numbered out of 50 in pencil by Hodgkin....
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Early 2000s Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Powder ride (Large)
Located in Deddington, GB
Powder Ride (large) by Robyn Forbes [2021] limited_edition Screen print Edition number 7 Image size: H:27 cm x W:39 cm Complete Size of Unframed Work: H:...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

“Three Movements" Limited Edition Hand-Signed Serigraph by Yaacov Agam, Framed
Located in Encino, CA
"Three Movements," an original silkscreen by Yaacov Agam, is a piece for the true collector. Agam is considered the father of Kinetic art. His iconic style is recognizable across the...
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1970s Kinetic Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Yes You Can Can
Located in Deddington, GB
Yes You Can Can (Splats Edition) by Amy Gardner [2020] limited_edition Screen Print, Watercolour Edition number 40 Image size: H:50 cm x W:50 cm Sold Unframed Please note that insitu images are purely an indication of how a piece may look Only AP works left in this edition. This print is about women supporting women. 'YES YOU CAN CAN' splats edition limited edition of 40 Archival Bread & Butter bright white paper 270gsm 50x 50cms 5 screen...
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21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Art by Medium: Screen

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Paper, Watercolor, Screen

Donald Sultan "Yellow Roses" - Framed Contemporary Abstract Print
Located in New Orleans, LA
Donald Sultan Yellow Roses, April from Fruit and Flowers II, 1992 Color Screenprint Signed in Pencil, DS and 34/100 Printed by Watanabe Studio, Brooklyn Published by Parasol Press, L...
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1990s Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Montreux Jazz Festival posters (set of 3)
Located in Manchester, GB
Keith Haring, Montreux Jazz Festival posters (set of 3) Keith Haring was invited to design the posters for the 17th Montreux Jazz Festival in 198...
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1980s Contemporary Art by Medium: Screen

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Screen

Screen art for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a wide variety of authentic Screen art available on 1stDibs. While artists have worked in this medium across a range of time periods, art made with this material during the 21st Century is especially popular. If you’re looking to add art created with this material to introduce a provocative pop of color and texture to an otherwise neutral space in your home, the works available on 1stDibs include elements of blue, orange, red, purple and other colors. There are many well-known artists whose body of work includes ceramic sculptures. Popular artists on 1stDibs associated with pieces like this include Shepard Fairey, Robert Indiana, George Rodrigue, and Josef Albers. Frequently made by artists working in the Contemporary, Abstract, all of these pieces for sale are unique and many will draw the attention of guests in your home. Not every interior allows for large Screen art, so small editions measuring 0.01 inches across are also available

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