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Medium: Graphite
Untitled, Plate Six from Novecento (Mixed media lithograph with chalk pastel)
Located in New York, NY
Nam June Paik Untitled, Plate Six from Novecento, 1992 Mixed Media: Color offset lithograph with unique chalk pastel drawing 13 3/10 × 18 inches Edition 104/130 Pencil numbered 104/130, hand signed in pastel chalk on the front Edizioni Carte Segrete, Rome, Italy Excellent condition; held in matting which can be easily removed The matting measures 18" x 21" This was part of a series of works produced for the Nam June Paik retrospective at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome, 1992, Nam June Paik: Arti Elletroniche. This is one of the editions which bears unique hand coloring with pastel chalk. A comparable work sold at auction in 2015 for US $12,583. (see details below): Nam June Paik Title Novecento Description Nam June PAI K Novecento 1930-1940, 1992 Pastel sur offset en couleurs, épreuve signée et numérotée 104/130 Edizioni Carte Segrete, Rome 23,5 x 39,5 cm EH Oeuvre réalisée a l'occasion de la rétrospective Paik au Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome, 1992, Nam June Paik: Arti Elletroniche, cinema e Media Verso il XXI Secolo Medium pastel Year of Work 1992 Size Height 9.3 in.; Width 15.6 in. / Height 23.5 cm.; Width 39.5 cm. Misc. Signed Sale of Millon & Associés: Monday, June 22, 2015 [Lot 00090] Design Sold For 11,057 EUR Hammer (12,583 USD) Nam June Paik Biography Nam June Paik was born in 1932 in Seoul. He received a BA in aesthetics from the University of Tokyo in 1956 where he also studied music and art history. After graduating, he studied for a year with composer Thrasybulus Georgiades Georgiades at the University of Munich and for two years with composer Woflgang Fortner at the International Music College in Freiburg. He attended the International Summer Courses for New Music in Darmstadt in 1957, when he met Karlheinz Stockhausen, and in 1958, when he met John Cage. Cage, and through him Marcel Duchamp, had a significant influence on Paik as he became a major force in the avant-garde through performances. In Hommage à John Cage (1959), Paik employed audiotape and performance to attack traditional musical instrumentation and compositional practices, splicing together piano playing, screaming, bits of classical music, and sound effects. Realizing that taped sound was not enough, he decided to move into performance, first by introducing performative actions into his audio works. In 1961 Paik performed Simple, Zen for Head and Étude Platonique No. 3, in which he became a volatile figure, thrashing about in unexpected patterns and sudden movements to his signature soundtracks. In 1962 Paik participated in the Fluxus International Festival of the New Music in Weisbaden. Paik's first exhibition, entitled Exposition of Music - Electronic Television, in 1963 at Galerie Parnass at Wuppertal, launched his transition from composer and performance artist to the inventor of a new art form: an engagement with the material site of television as an instrument. In the exhibition, thirteen televisions lay on their backs and sides with their reception altered; for example, Zen for TV (1963) reduced the television picture to a horizontal line and Kuba TV (1963) shrank and expanded the image on the television set according to the changing volume. In 1964 Paik traveled to the US. He quickly settled in New York and became a leading innovator among an emerging generation of artists seeking new modes of artistic expression and distribution. That same year, Paik collaborated with Shuya Abe to create Robot K-456 (1964), a remote controlled robot that played audiotaped speeches by John F. Kennedy and defecated beans in Paik's Robot Opera (1964). In the interactive work Magnet TV (1965), Paik invited viewers to modify the television's output into swerving abstract lines through the movement of a magnet over the TV. In 1967 Paik and frequent collaborator Charlotte Moorman were arrested when Moorman performed Paik's Opera Sextronique (1967), a striptease as she played the cello at the Filmmakers' Cinematheque in New York. Paik's TV Bra for Living Sculpture (1969), which Moorman wore in performances, featured two television tubes...
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1990s Abstract Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Chalk, Offset, Oil Pastel, Mixed Media, Graphite, Lithograph

Pull Out All Flags (Engberg Banach 263) iconic abstract expressionist work 33/50
Located in New York, NY
Robert Motherwell Pull Out All Flags (Engberg, Banach 263), 1980 Aquatint and etching in colors, on German Etching paper, with full margins Hand-signed by artist, Pencil signed and n...
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1980s Abstract Expressionist Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Mixed Media, Etching, Aquatint, Pencil, Graphite

Study for a Lesson from a Disaster, original drawing by famed modernist sculptor
Located in New York, NY
JACQUES LIPCHITZ Study for a Lesson from a Disaster, ca. 1952 Black and Blue Crayon on Paper Signed in graphite pencil lower right front Unique work of art Framed: held in original v...
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Mid-20th Century Modern Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Mixed Media, Graphite, Crayon, Wax Crayon

"where were you?", contemporary, flowers, pink, orange, purple, white, painting
Located in Natick, MA
Sandra Cohen’s “where were you?” is an 8 x 8 x 1 inch acrylic painting on cradled wood. Flowers outlined in fine graphite seem to weep in front of a vibrant patterned background of p...
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2010s Contemporary Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Acrylic, Wood Panel, Graphite

But Now A Dreamlike Memory
Located in Clayton, MO
In But Now A Dreamlike Memory color, line, shape, and texture collide with handwritten romantic fragments of prose on Kozuke ivory paper. This one-of-a-kind, unmounted encaustic mono...
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2010s Abstract Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Wax Crayon, India Ink, Encaustic, Archival Paper, Rice Paper, Pen, Color...

Pink Study, 1960s Abstract Painting in Pink & Blue, Mid Century Modern
Located in Denver, CO
Hilaire Hiler (1898-1966) original vintage 1960 abstract painting (structuralism), mid-20th century New Mexico artist, signed lower right and painted in tones of pink and blue. Framed dimensions measure 15 ½ x 18 ¾ inches. Image size is 14 x 17 ½ inches. Painting is clean and in very good vintage condition - please contact us for a complete condition report. Expedited and international shipping is available - please contact us for a quote. About the Artist: Hilaire Hiler was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, and was raised in Providence, Rhode Island. Hiler took art classes as a child at the Rhode Island School of Design. When he was older, Hiler studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, the Pennsylvania School of Industrial Art, Wharton School of Finance and Commerce, and William Server’s studio. He also studied at the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Denver, Golden State University, and National College in Ontario, Canada. He continued on to France, studying at the University of Paris in 1919. Hiler lived in Paris from 1919-1934, supporting himself as a jazz musician and a piano player for The Jockey Club. Hiler moved back to America in 1934, settling in San Francisco. He was commissioned by the Works Progress Administration to paint murals in the Aquatic Park...
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1960s Abstract Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Gouache, Graphite

Charles McGee Handmade Paper "Animal Spirit I"
Located in Detroit, MI
SALE ONE WEEK ONLY "Animal Spirit I" is a dynamic expression of McGee's mythical animal spirits. Hand signed and dated lower right front and on the verso signed and titled. Painting and mixed media present a complex scene that incorporates use of graphite and acrylic paint on thick handmade paper. Michelle Oka Doner was invited to participate in McGee's studio in the early 1980s and brought her handmade paper skills to share engaging McGee in this creative pursuit. McGee continued to develop these spiritual creatures throughout his career as can be seen in a piece from 1984, "Noah's Ark: Genesis, 1984," on display at the Detroit Institute of Arts, his brilliant 2005 "Progression" a 45-foot wide aluminum sculpture at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, Michigan, and his stunning 2016 "United We Stand" sculpture at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History . His genius can be seen in sculpture installments throughout the city of Detroit. "Animal Spirit I" is signed and dated lower right. Charles McGee was born into a family of sharecroppers. While helping his grandfather tend the land, "he observed firsthand the order and harmony that exists within nature." He had no formal schooling until moving to Detroit at age 10, where he found that "everything was on the move and it hasn’t slowed down yet." in 2017 he observed, "I learned something not being in school — because life is school . . .I learn something every time I move. Every time I go around a corner, something new is revealed to me.” McGee took advantage of the GI Bill to attend classes at the Society of Arts and Crafts, now the College for Creative Studies, Detroit, MI. Other College for Creative Studies faculty and graduates include Richard Jerzy, Harry Bertoia, Doug Chaing (currently director of Lucas Film), Stephen Dinehart (game maker, writer, designer connected with The David Lynch Foundation), Tyree Guyton (international artist), Herb Babcock , Jerome Feretti, Kevin Siembieda (writer, designer and publisher of role-playing games), Renee Radell (American Expressionist formerly from Detroit and New York), Philip Pearlstein, Charles McGee (nationally recognized African American sculptor of animal and dancing spirits), Philip Pearlstein (2000 Honorary Doctorate, Modern Realism style), John Louis Krieger (American Modern) and William Girard (American Modern.) After retiring from the Corps of Engineers, McGee spent 1968 studying art in Barcelona. Despite not knowing the language at the outset, he immersed himself in the culture and opened himself to a whole new range of experience that would play out in his artwork. "If you free yourself, you have this kind of opportunity to have those experiences, horizons, and new vistas." (per interview with Nick Sousanis. He returned to Detroit and curated "Seven Black Artists" at the Detroit Artists Market in 1969, which along with McGee himself, included Lester Johnson, Henri Umbaji King, Robert Murray, James Lee, Allie McGhee...
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1980s Abstract Expressionist Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Mixed Media, Handmade Paper, Graphite, Oil

Pair of Cut Paper Collages
By Ricardo Morin
Located in Buffalo, NY
A pair of original cut paper collages by Venezuelan American artist Ricardo Morin. Each of these works measure 7" x 5" unframed and come housed in a...
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1980s Abstract Geometric Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Paper, Acrylic, Graphite

London Ravers II - Colorful Figurative Original Painting on Paper
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Italian artist Fabio Coruzzi merges painting and photography into one imaginative image that offers a new outlook on an otherwise ordinary urban scene. His artworks represent an auth...
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21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Oil Pastel, Ink, Mixed Media, Acrylic, Graphite, Paper

Brown Golden Neutral Crown - Expressive Textured Work on Paper
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Ash Almonte is a contemporary abstract painter, born in Abilene, Texas in 1983. Fast gaining nationwide attention for her unique and fresh style, Ash Almonte uses references to abstr...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Paper, Ink, Mixed Media, Acrylic, Graphite

5 Legs - Colourful Abstract Art: Mixed Media on Canvas
Located in London, GB
Based in Cornwall, UK Brad creates expressive and abstract paintings with a graffiti influence that scale smaller mounted works to larger street art murals. Using a variety of media ...
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2010s Contemporary Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Gesso, Canvas, Oil Crayon, Acrylic, Graphite

Function Follows Form - Colourful Abstract Art: Mixed Media on Canvas
Located in London, GB
Based in Cornwall, UK Brad creates expressive and abstract paintings with a graffiti influence that scale smaller mounted works to larger street art murals. Using a variety of media ...
Category

2010s Contemporary Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Gesso, Canvas, Oil Crayon, Acrylic, Graphite

Around the Block- Colourful Abstract Art: Mixed Media on Canvas
Located in London, GB
Based in Cornwall, UK Brad creates expressive and abstract paintings with a graffiti influence that scale smaller mounted works to larger street art murals. Using a variety of media ...
Category

2010s Contemporary Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Gesso, Canvas, Oil Crayon, Acrylic, Graphite

How it Feels- Colourful Abstract Art: Mixed Media on Canvas
Located in London, GB
Based in Cornwall, UK Brad creates expressive and abstract paintings with a graffiti influence that scale smaller mounted works to larger street art murals. Using a variety of media ...
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2010s Contemporary Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Gesso, Canvas, Oil Crayon, Acrylic, Graphite

Making Arrangements- Colourful Abstract Art: Mixed Media on Canvas
Located in London, GB
Based in Cornwall, UK Brad creates expressive and abstract paintings with a graffiti influence that scale smaller mounted works to larger street art murals. Using a variety of media ...
Category

2010s Contemporary Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Gesso, Canvas, Oil Crayon, Acrylic, Graphite

Milton Glaser signed abstract mixed media landscape mid century modern (unique)
Located in New York, NY
MILTON GLASER Untitled Abstract Landscape, 1965 Monotype with Mixed Media 11 × 13 inches Signed and dated 1965 on the lower right recto Unique Frame included: held in original vinta...
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Mid-20th Century Abstract Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Mixed Media, Pencil, Graphite, Monotype, Screen

Mirrors of Apprehension Before the Fallen Sun, Abstract Drawing - Wesley Kimler
Located in Chicago, IL
Combining fractions of abstracted drawings into one, Kimler creates a whole new abstracted form. With expressive pours of black paint and brushwork in charcoal and graphite, Kimler's...
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2010s Abstract Expressionist Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Charcoal, Acrylic, Archival Paper, Graphite

Lonely Streets in Tokyo - Colorful Figurative Original Painting
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Italian artist Fabio Coruzzi merges painting and photography into one imaginative image that offers a new outlook on an otherwise ordinary urban scene. His artworks represent an authenticity unlike any other: layered, textural, controversial, open to imagination, colorful, personal, and inspiring. Coruzzi’s work encapsulates not only urban environments, but the inhabitants as well. Irony is laced between figures drawn with an energetic architectural hand. His work is colorful, funny, and biting through resolutely rendered vignettes of people and places. Coruzzi used acrylic paint, oil pastel, graphite, and gel ink to create this one-of-a-kind original artwork on paper. This colorful 22-inch high by 18-inch wide artwork is framed in a white wood frame. Size and price include frame. This artwork is signed on the front. Convenient local Los Angeles shipping. Affordable Continental U.S. and worldwide shipping also available. A certificate of authenticity issued by the art gallery is included. Fabio Coruzzi was born in Foggia, Italy in 1975, and now resides in Southern California, USA. Remarking on his work in conjunction with his perspective on urban environments, Fabio states: "I wish that each painting I make should be like a poem of the place where I've been. I wish to become a poet of our time, like somebody would tell: "I've been there", but telling that my way, telling the audience that, no matter where we are, in a boulevard or in a restaurant, each single place is like an empty box that needs to be filled with the intense energy of our existence. Each place leaves a mark, like a scar, inside us. I wish that scar becomes poetry." Winner of the 2021 ENEGANART Prize, Coruzzi's work has been widely collected and exhibited internationally, with great acclaim for his faithfully candid approach to city life and human idiosyncrasy: "It’s a melting pot of different gestures, different perspectives. Mixed media mold together these different perspectives, creating the urban environment. Contemporary culture is made of controversy: modernity includes ugliness, imperfection, and contamination, anything that creates texture." REPRESENTATION Artspace Warehouse, Los Angeles, CA, USA EXHIBITIONS 2023 Solo show, Fabio Coruzzi: Statements, Artspace Warehouse, Los Angeles, CA 2022 “Breakthrough Artists of the Affordable Art Scene”, Artspace Warehouse, Los Angeles, CA 2021 Palazzo Strozzi, Firenze, Italy Artspace Warehouse, Los Angeles, CA 2020 LA Art Show – Los Angeles, CA 2019 Artspace Warehouse – Los Angeles 2017 AAF New York, NY 2016 Topography of Life – Artspace Warehouse – Los Angeles New York Affordable Art Fair – New York 2015 New York Affordable Art Fair – New York 2015 Pop Art Shakeup – Artspace Warehouse – Los Angeles 2014 Why War? – The Freud Museum – London Affordable Art Fair Hampstead – London Papergirl Belfast - PS2 House - Belfast Affordable Art Fair Battersea, London – Bicha Gallery London Art Fair – Bicha Gallery 2013 AAF Singapore – Bicha Gallery Sound Sight Exhibition – Shaw Gallery, Trinity School – London Affordable Art Fair Battersea – Bicha Gallery Cityscapes – Medici Gallery – London Affordable Art Fair Stockholm – represented by Bicha Gallery Not A Drop – 4749 Tanner Street Gallery – London Going Underground - Shoreditch Town Hall...
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21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Oil Pastel, Ink, Mixed Media, Acrylic, Archival Paper, Graphite

Pulse Study 3
Located in Mill Valley, CA
A graphite drawing on book boards.
Category

2010s Contemporary Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Board, Graphite

Pulse Study 1
Located in Mill Valley, CA
A graphite drawing on book boards.
Category

2010s Contemporary Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Board, Graphite

Social Distancing #6 - Colorful Figurative Original Painting
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Italian artist Fabio Coruzzi merges painting and photography into one imaginative image that offers a new outlook on an otherwise ordinary urban scene. His artworks represent an authenticity unlike any other: layered, textural, controversial, open to imagination, colorful, personal, and inspiring. Coruzzi’s work encapsulates not only urban environments, but the inhabitants as well. Irony is laced between figures drawn with an energetic architectural hand. His work is colorful, funny, and biting through resolutely rendered vignettes of people and places. Coruzzi used acrylic paint, oil pastel, graphite, and gel ink to create this one-of-a-kind original artwork on paper. This colorful 18-inch high by 22-inch wide artwork is framed in a white wood frame. Size and price include frame. This artwork is signed on the front. Convenient local Los Angeles shipping. Affordable Continental U.S. and worldwide shipping also available. A certificate of authenticity issued by the art gallery is included. Fabio Coruzzi was born in Foggia, Italy in 1975, and now resides in Southern California, USA. Remarking on his work in conjunction with his perspective on urban environments, Fabio states: "I wish that each painting I make should be like a poem of the place where I've been. I wish to become a poet of our time, like somebody would tell: "I've been there", but telling that my way, telling the audience that, no matter where we are, in a boulevard or in a restaurant, each single place is like an empty box that needs to be filled with the intense energy of our existence. Each place leaves a mark, like a scar, inside us. I wish that scar becomes poetry." Winner of the 2021 ENEGANART Prize, Coruzzi's work has been widely collected and exhibited internationally, with great acclaim for his faithfully candid approach to city life and human idiosyncrasy: "It’s a melting pot of different gestures, different perspectives. Mixed media mold together these different perspectives, creating the urban environment. Contemporary culture is made of controversy: modernity includes ugliness, imperfection, and contamination, anything that creates texture." REPRESENTATION Artspace Warehouse, Los Angeles, CA, USA EXHIBITIONS 2023 Solo show, Fabio Coruzzi: Statements, Artspace Warehouse, Los Angeles, CA 2022 “Breakthrough Artists of the Affordable Art Scene”, Artspace Warehouse, Los Angeles, CA 2021 Palazzo Strozzi, Firenze, Italy Artspace Warehouse, Los Angeles, CA 2020 LA Art Show – Los Angeles, CA 2019 Artspace Warehouse – Los Angeles 2017 AAF New York, NY 2016 Topography of Life – Artspace Warehouse – Los Angeles New York Affordable Art Fair – New York 2015 New York Affordable Art Fair – New York 2015 Pop Art Shakeup – Artspace Warehouse – Los Angeles 2014 Why War? – The Freud Museum – London Affordable Art Fair Hampstead – London Papergirl Belfast - PS2 House - Belfast Affordable Art Fair Battersea, London – Bicha Gallery London Art Fair – Bicha Gallery 2013 AAF Singapore – Bicha Gallery Sound Sight Exhibition – Shaw Gallery, Trinity School – London Affordable Art Fair Battersea – Bicha Gallery Cityscapes – Medici Gallery – London Affordable Art Fair Stockholm – represented by Bicha Gallery Not A Drop – 4749 Tanner Street Gallery – London Going Underground - Shoreditch Town Hall...
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21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Oil Pastel, Ink, Mixed Media, Acrylic, Archival Paper, Graphite

Girls
Located in Mill Valley, CA
A walnut ink artwork on book boards.
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2010s Contemporary Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Board, Graphite

La Gomera, Da Mario (Prisma)
Located in MADRID, ES
Frottage. Graphite on paper and watercolour measuring 19 x 24 cm. From a series of frottage drawings, made over several natural textures encountered at Spanish Canary Islands nature ...
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2010s Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Paper, Graphite

Teide (3.260m), Alta Vista
Located in MADRID, ES
Frottage. Graphite on paper measuring 19 x 24 cm. From a series of frottage drawings, made over several natural textures encountered at Spanish Canary Islands nature environment on 2...
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2010s Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Paper, Graphite

Taraconte II, Piedra playa
Located in MADRID, ES
Frottage. Graphite on paper measuring 19 x 24 cm. From a series of frottage drawings, made over several natural textures encountered at Spanish Canary Islands nature environment on 2...
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2010s Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Paper, Graphite

Taraconte I, Piedra playa
Located in MADRID, ES
Frottage. Graphite on paper measuring 19 x 24 cm. From a series of frottage drawings, made over several natural textures encountered at Spanish Canary Islands nature environment on 2...
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2010s Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Paper, Graphite

Caldera, La Palma
Located in MADRID, ES
Frottage. Graphite on paper and watercolour measuring 19 x 24 cm. From a series of frottage drawings, made over several natural textures encountered at Spanish Canary Islands nature ...
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2010s Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Paper, Graphite

La Gomera, Playa Lepe
Located in MADRID, ES
Frottage. Graphite on paper measuring 19 x 24 cm. From a series of frottage drawings, made over several natural textures encountered at Spanish Canary Islands nature environment on 2...
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2010s Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Paper, Graphite

Zara Chica, La Palma
Located in MADRID, ES
Frottage. Graphite on paper measuring 19 x 24 cm. From a series of frottage drawings, made over several natural textures encountered at Spanish Canary Islands nature environment on 2...
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2010s Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Paper, Graphite

Zara Chica, La Palma, isla 3
Located in MADRID, ES
Frottage. Graphite on paper measuring 19 x 24 cm. From a series of frottage drawings, made over several natural textures encountered at Spanish Canary Islands nature environment on 2...
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2010s Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Paper, Graphite

La Gomera, Playa Lepe, isla 1
Located in MADRID, ES
Frottage. Graphite on paper measuring 19 x 24 cm. From a series of frottage drawings, made over several natural textures encountered at Spanish Canary Islands nature environment on 2...
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2010s Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Paper, Graphite

Marrow
Located in Mill Valley, CA
A graphite drawing on book boards.
Category

2010s Contemporary Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Board, Graphite

Three Part Study Series for Robin Hood Mural
By Gerald Cassidy
Located in Milford, NH
This collection of three works is a study series for a Robin Hood mural in a Houston, Texas home by Gerald Ira Diamond Cassidy (1869-1934). Gerald Cassidy was an American artist best...
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Early 20th Century American Impressionist Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Canvas, Ink, Oil, Watercolor, Gouache, Graphite

Piedra Roca, Playa
Located in MADRID, ES
Frottage. Graphite on paper measuring 19 x 24 cm. From a series of frottage drawings, made over several natural textures encountered at Spanish Canary Islands nature environment on 2...
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2010s Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Paper, Graphite

Taraconte III, Madera
Located in MADRID, ES
Frottage. Graphite on paper measuring 19 x 24 cm. From a series of frottage drawings, made over several natural textures encountered at Spanish Canary Islands nature environment on 2...
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2010s Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Paper, Graphite

Cambium 1
Located in Mill Valley, CA
A framed relief ink print.
Category

2010s Contemporary Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Graphite

Santa Cruz
Located in MADRID, ES
Frottage. Graphite on paper and watercolour measuring 19 x 24 cm. From a series of frottage drawings, made over several natural textures encountered at Spanish Canary Islands nature ...
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2010s Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Paper, Graphite

Annual Edition, Lt. Ed. 1970s mixed media Op Art silkscreen on board hand signed
Located in New York, NY
Richard Anuszkiewicz Annual Edition, 1970 Silkscreen on Masonite Signed and dated in graphite pencil lower right recto. Edition of 100 8 × 5 1/10 × 1/5 inches Unframed Signed and dat...
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1970s Abstract Geometric Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Masonite, Screen, Graphite

Rockport, Massachusetts
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Gifford Beal, painter, etcher, muralist, and teacher, was born in New York City in 1879. The son of landscape painter William Reynolds Beal, Gifford Beal began studying at William Merritt Chase's Shinnecock School of Art (the first established school of plein air painting in America) at the age of thirteen, when he accompanied his older brother, Reynolds, to summer classes. He remained a pupil of Chase's for ten years also studying with him in New York City at the artist's private studio in the Tenth Street Studio Building. Later at his father's behest, he attended Princeton University from 1896 to 1900 while still continuing his lessons with Chase. Upon graduation from Princeton he took classes at the Art Students' League, studying with impressionist landscape painter Henry Ward Ranger and Boston academic painter Frank Vincent DuMond. He ended up as President of the Art Students League for fourteen years, "a distinction unsurpassed by any other artist." His student days were spent entirely in this country. "Given the opportunity to visit Paris en route to England in 1908, he chose to avoid it" he stated, "I didn't trust myself with the delightful life in ParisIt all sounded so fascinating and easy and loose." His subjects were predominately American, and it has been said stylistically "his art is completely American." Gifford achieved early recognition in the New York Art World. He became an associate member of the National Academy of Design in 1908 and was elected to full status of academician in 1914. He was known for garden parties, circuses, landscapes, streets, coasts, flowers and marines. This diversity in subject matter created "no typical or characteristic style to his work." Beal's style was highly influenced by Chase and Childe Hassam, a long time friend of the Beal family who used to travel "about the countryside with Beal in a car sketching local sights." Both Hassam and Chase were famous for their impressionist views of New York City and Connecticut and Long Island coastlines. Beal's early work reflects his acquaintance with these painters and focused on the city's commercial and industrial growth. "Beal's major influence, however, remained Chase, whose "greatness" Beal attributed to the "sheer fullness of his naturehis store of energy," and his dedication to the profession of painting. "When the story of American art is finally told," Beal predicted, "Chase's name will be high on the list of the great." Regarding his use of color, one art critic wrote: "On the whole he is inclined toward color that is rich and strong. The garden scenes have masses of deep and gleaming foliage over the gay...
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1940s Post-Impressionist Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Watercolor, Gouache, Graphite

"Villa Adrienne #17" Georges Noel, Constructivist, Architectural
Located in New York, NY
Georges Noel Villa Adrienne #17, 1976 Graphite, pigment, sand, and vinyl binder on canvas Signed to verso 76 3/4 x 51 inches The Pace Gallery label to verso With restless strokes ...
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1970s Assemblage Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Canvas, Vinyl, Graphite, Pigment

Shadow Play
Located in Columbia, MO
Lisa’s organic shapes and textures rotate and recombine deftly, jumping easily between prints. But the serendipitous quality of Lisa’s work belies the controlled, methodical nature o...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Mixed Media, Watercolor, Archival Paper, Graphite, Screen

"Cronus Asleep in the Cave" David Hare, Surrealist Mythological Composition
Located in New York, NY
David Hare Cronus Asleep in the Cave, 1971 Acrylic, ink wash, graphite, paper collage on paper on board 26 x 35 inches “Freedom is what we want,” David Hare boldly stated in 1965, b...
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1970s Abstract Graphite Mixed Media

Materials

Acrylic, Paper, Ink, Graphite

"Cronus View from the Cave" David Hare, Abstract Surrealist Composition
Located in New York, NY
David Hare Cronus View from the Cave, 1971 Graphite, Ink wash, Paper Collage on Paper on Board 25 x 33 inches “Freedom is what we want,” David Hare boldly stated in 1965, but then he added the caveat, “and what we are most afraid of.” No one could accuse David Hare of possessing such fear. Blithely unconcerned with the critics’ judgments, Hare flitted through most of the major art developments of the mid-twentieth century in the United States. He changed mediums several times; just when his fame as a sculptor had reached its apogee about 1960, he switched over to painting. Yet he remained attached to surrealism long after it had fallen out of official favor. “I can’t change what I do in order to fit what would make me popular,” he said. “Not because of moral reasons, but just because I can’t do it; I’m not interested in it.” Hare was born in New York City in 1917; his family was both wealthy and familiar with the world of modern art. Meredith (1870-1932), his father, was a prominent corporate attorney. His mother, Elizabeth Sage Goodwin (1878-1948) was an art collector, a financial backer of the 1913 Armory Show, and a friend of artists such as Constantin Brancusi, Walt Kuhn, and Marcel Duchamp. In the 1920s, the entire family moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico and later to Colorado Springs, in the hope that the change in altitude and climate would help to heal Meredith’s tuberculosis. In Colorado Springs, Elizabeth founded the Fountain Valley School where David attended high school after his father died in 1932. In the western United States, Hare developed a fascination for kachina dolls and other aspects of Native American culture that would become a recurring source of inspiration in his career. After high school, Hare briefly attended Bard College (1936-37) in Annandale-on-Hudson. At a loss as to what to do next, he parlayed his mother’s contacts into opening a commercial photography studio and began dabbling in color photography, still a rarity at the time [Kodachrome was introduced in 1935]. At age 22, Hare had his first solo exhibition at Walker Gallery in New York City; his 30 color photographs included one of President Franklin Roosevelt. As a photographer, Hare experimented with an automatist technique called “heatage” (or “melted negatives”) in which he heated the negative in order to distort the image. Hare described them as “antagonisms of matter.” The final products were usually abstractions tending towards surrealism and similar to processes used by Man Ray, Raoul Ubac, and Wolfgang Paalen. In 1940, Hare moved to Roxbury, CT, where he fraternized with neighboring artists such as Alexander Calder and Arshile Gorky, as well as Yves Tanguy who was married to Hare’s cousin Kay Sage, and the art dealer Julian Levy. The same year, Hare received a commission from the American Museum of Natural History to document the Pueblo Indians. He traveled to Santa Fe and, for several months, he took portrait photographs of members of the Hopi, Navajo, and Zuni tribes that were published in book form in 1941. World War II turned Hare’s life upside down. He became a conduit in the exchange of artistic and intellectual ideas between U.S. artists and the surrealist émigrés fleeing Europe. In 1942, Hare befriended Andre Breton, the principal theorist of surrealism. When Breton wanted to publish a magazine to promote the movement in the United States, he could not serve as an editor because he was a foreign national. Instead, Breton selected Hare to edit the journal, entitled VVV [shorth for “Victory, Victory, Victory”], which ran for four issues (the second and third issues were printed as a single volume) from June 1942 to February 1944. Each edition of VVV focused on “poetry, plastic arts, anthropology, sociology, (and) psychology,” and was extensively illustrated by surrealist artists including Giorgio de Chirico, Roberto Matta, and Yves Tanguy; Max Ernst and Marcel Duchamp served as editorial advisors. At the suggestion of Jacqueline Lamba...
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1970s Abstract Graphite Mixed Media

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Paper, Ink, Graphite

Unique signed pastel & graphite work Geometric Abstraction Minimalist painting
Located in New York, NY
Charles Hinman Untitled Geometric Abstraction (Hand Signed), 1980 Pastel & Graphite painting on Paper Signed and dedicated to "Michael and Rene" in graphite by the artist on the fron...
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1980s Abstract Geometric Graphite Mixed Media

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Pastel, Pencil, Graphite

Free More, original Zabriskie Gallery & Reader's Digest Collection labels signed
Located in New York, NY
Pat Adams Free More, 1989 Acrylic and encaustic painting with varnish on paper laid down on canvas Hand signed and dated on the upper left front Original artist's frame included This...
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1980s Abstract Graphite Mixed Media

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Varnish, Encaustic, Acrylic, Mixed Media, Pencil, Graphite

Magic Realism Figurative Artwork, "Ritual (Devil)" by Evgeniya Golik
Located in San Diego, CA
A 16” x 16” x 1" Magic Realism Figurative Artwork by artist Evgeniya Golik. A certificate of authenticity will accompany the piece upon its purchase or delivery. Evgeniya Golik (al...
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2010s Surrealist Graphite Mixed Media

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Wood, Acrylic, Color Pencil, Graphite

Mixed Media Surrealist Portrait, "Mad Barber" by Christopher Polentz
Located in San Diego, CA
A 13” x 15” x 2” Surrealist Mixed Media Portrait Painting executed on Wood Panel by artist Christopher Polentz. A certificate of authenticity will accompany the piece upon its purchase or delivery. “The Mad Barber is not quite ‘mad’ in the conventional sense, but rather exhibits a peculiar imbalance. With an eccentric flair reminiscent of characters like Sweeney Todd...
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2010s Surrealist Graphite Mixed Media

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Acrylic, Wood Panel, Graphite

Surrealist Mixed Media Portrait, "'Prince' The Guide" by Christopher Polentz
Located in San Diego, CA
A 16” x 16” x 2” Surrealist Mixed Media Portrait Painting executed on Wood Panel with Acrylic and Graphite by artist Christopher Polentz. A certificate of authenticity will accompany...
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2010s Surrealist Graphite Mixed Media

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Acrylic, Graphite

Ken Aptekar Contemporary Conceptual Judaica Art Drawing Go Study Chasidic Rabbis
Located in Surfside, FL
Ken Aptekar American (b. 1950) Go Know (Study) 1996 Graphite, white pigment, transparency film, and staples on paper Hand signed lower right sheet: 18 x 18 inches frame dimensions: 21 x 21 x 1 3/4 inches, wood frame with acrylic glazing Ken Aptekar is an artist who combines painting with text. He paints new versions of historical paintings and frames, bolting glass with sandblasted words to his painted panels. Aptekar’s work belongs to the tradition of painting, yet he brings to that tradition a recognition that paintings produce meaning only through their interaction with viewers. He investigates the nature of spectatorship. By “recreating” works of art in a painterly but utilitarian manner, Aptekar promotes viewers’ own narratives prompted by the image-text combinations. Born in Detroit, Aptekar received his BFA at the University of Michigan, then moved to Brooklyn to complete an MFA at Pratt Institute. Most recently, his work was featured at the Jewish Museum in Vienna, Austria, and in the Biennale Internationale d’Autun, in Autun, France. A major commissioned solo exhibition, NACHBARN (“NEIGHBORS”), 2016, was on view at the St. Annen Museum in Lübeck, Germany, including paintings with text, silverpoint drawings, and video all based upon medieval altarpieces in the St. Annen Museum’s collection. Previously, his work has been seen in solo exhibitions at the Victoria & Albert Museum in collaboration with the Serpentine Gallery (London), the Corcoran Gallery of Art (Washington, DC), Memorial Art Gallery (Rochester, NY), Centro da Cultura Judaica (Sao Paolo, Brazil), Musée Robert Dubois-Corneau (Brunoy, France), the New Museum (New York, NY), Douglas Cooley Gallery at Reed College (Portland, OR), Palmer Museum of Art at Penn State (State College, PA), Cummer Museum (Jacksonville, FL), and the Elaine Jacob Gallery at Wayne State University (Detroit, MI). In 2012 Aptekar’s work was the subject of a survey exhibition, ​“Ken Aptekar: Look Again,” at the Beard and Weil Galleries, Wheaton College, Massachusetts. He was in the show Words & Music with John Giorno, Cheonae Kim...
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Late 20th Century Conceptual Graphite Mixed Media

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Paper, Film, Graphite, Pigment

Eggs
Located in Milano, IT
Eggs 2016 Acrilico e grafite su cartoncino CM 49x34 Con la mano e con fuoco, sul metallo. Con la mano e col pensiero sulla carta. Il disegno è inscindibile dalla scultura e non pu...
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2010s Abstract Graphite Mixed Media

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Mixed Media, Acrylic, Graphite

3 Sculture
Located in Milano, IT
3 Sculture 2012 Acrilico e grafite su carta CM 70x50 Con la mano e con fuoco, sul metallo. Con la mano e col pensiero sulla carta. Il disegno è inscindibile dalla scultura e non ...
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2010s Abstract Graphite Mixed Media

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Mixed Media, Acrylic, Graphite, Paper

Rooted in Glory
Located in Petaluma, CA
This work on paper includes a foundation of colored paper squares which provide a texture of lines throughout. It is painted with oil sticks (or crayons). The imagery conveys the sof...
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21st Century and Contemporary Expressionist Graphite Mixed Media

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Oil Crayon, Oil, Archival Paper, Graphite

Pansy 1
Located in Napa, CA
Liz Barber pursued painting while obtaining her degree from the Massachusetts College of Art and Moore College of Art. She currently resides in Marietta, Georgia. Barber’s paintings ...
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2010s Graphite Mixed Media

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Ink, Acrylic, Graphite

Dark Moon 5
Located in Mill Valley, CA
A cedar, black paint, and graphite powder abstract mixed media piece by Joe Brubaker.
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2010s Contemporary Graphite Mixed Media

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Cedar, Graphite

Promises
Located in Mill Valley, CA
A wood, graphite, and cork wall sculpture by Kevin Kennedy.
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2010s Contemporary Graphite Mixed Media

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Wood, Graphite

Dark Moon 6
Located in Mill Valley, CA
A cedar, black paint, and graphite powder mixed media abstract piece by Joe Brubaker.
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2010s Contemporary Graphite Mixed Media

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Cedar, Graphite

Colliding, H13-9, from Where the Land Meets the Sea
Located in New York, NY
Damien Hirst Colliding, H13-9, from Where the Land Meets the Sea, 2023 Laminated giclée print on aluminium composite panel 35 11/25 × 53 1/5 in 90 × 135.1 cm Edition 229/274 Hand-...
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2010s Photorealist Graphite Mixed Media

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Metal

Abstract Physical Graffiti Painting by Joseph Conrad-Ferm, Mixed Media on Canvas
Located in New York, NY
Physical Graffiti by Joseph Conrad-Ferm, 2022. REP by Tuleste Factory Acrylic, spray paint, oil crayon, graphite, color pencil, paint marker on Canvas W 60" x H 72" x D 1.5" Mixed m...
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2010s Abstract Graphite Mixed Media

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Oil Crayon, Spray Paint, Acrylic, Permanent Marker, Color Pencil, Graphite

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