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Medium: India Ink
No. 200 by Hongyu Zhang - Contemporary portrait painting, mixed media, orange
Located in Paris, FR
No. 200 is a unique painting by contemporary artist Hongyu Zhang. The painting is made with Indian ink, charcoal, pastels and acrylic on canvas, dimensions are 150 × 100 cm (59.1 × 3...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Mixed Media, Canvas, Charcoal, Pastel, India Ink, Acrylic

A Second 4 by Hongyu Zhang - Semi-abstract contemporary painting, black, orange
Located in Paris, FR
A second 4 is a unique painting by contemporary artist Hongyu Zhang. The painting is made with India ink, acrylic, pastel and engraving on grey cardboard mounted on canvas, dimension...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Pastel, India Ink, Acrylic, Cardboard, Etching

Soupçon automnal by Lumi Mizutani - Contemporary Japanese painting, diptych
Located in Paris, FR
Soupçon Automnal is a unique painting by Japanese contemporary artist Lumi Mizutani. This painting is made with Indian ink, Japanese pigments and gold leaves on Japanese paper mounte...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Gold Leaf

Square with Palace I by Lumi Mizutani - Japanese landscape painting
Located in Paris, FR
Ink, Japanese pigments, and golden leaves on Japanese paper mounted on wood, 38 cm × 45.5 cm. Sold framed (black shadow gap frame). Dimensions framed: 43,3 x 51 cm Square with Palac...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Gold Leaf

No. 206 by Hongyu Zhang - Contemporary portrait painting, mixed media, orange
Located in Paris, FR
No. 206 is a unique painting by contemporary artist Hongyu Zhang. The painting is made with India ink, charcoal, pastel and acrylic on kraft paper mounted on canvas, dimensions are 1...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Canvas, Paper, Charcoal, Pastel, India Ink, Mixed Media, Acrylic

Modern Figurative Surrealist Watercolor Painting, Drawing 'Prince of Innocence'
Located in Surfside, FL
Angelic boy with a devil figure. Gary Hansmann (1947-2008) was active/lived in California. He is known for abstract, Surrealism figure painting. Gary William Hansmann was born Dec. 4, 1940, in San Diego to Ethel May Williams and Lester Hughes Hansmann. He grew up in Encinitas and served in the Army in the early 1960s. Gary Hansmann, San Diego artist, teacher and gallery owner, was known for his Surrealist drawings and graphics. He spent time working in Paris and exhibiting his art throughout Europe, but San Diego was home until he moved to Washington state. His life partner was fellow artist, Jill Hosmer. Mr. Hansmann, a respected printmaker and prolific artist, created thousands of drawings, prints and paintings as well as hundreds of poems. His interest in bullfighting led to a book of poetry and illustrations on the subject, “La Corrida, The Run”, a collection of poetry & artwork written as he was preparing for his first bullfight. Prologue written by famous Mexican Matador Antonio Lomelin. The book is written in English and translated into Spanish on opposing pages and was published in 1983. Mr. Hansmann taught intaglio and monotype at the Academy of Fine Arts in San Diego from 1977 to 1980 and at the San Diego Museum of Art in 1980. He also gave lectures and demonstrations throughout the art community, including at the San Diego Art Guild in Del Mar and Artist Equity in San Diego. Although he attended Palomar College in San Marcos and studied lithography at the San Diego Academy of Fine Arts, Mr. Hansmann was mostly self-taught and self-educated. Mr. Hansmann had shows in several art-world capitals, including Paris; Lisbon, Portugal; Cologne, Germany; Brussels, Belgium; and New York. he had one-person exhibits at the Loft Gallery in Clarkston, the Lewis-Clark State College Center of Arts & History, the Carnegie Art Center in Walla Walla and the Valley Art Center in Clarkston. During his long, distinguished career as an artist he had numerous one-person exhibits all over the world and the United States. His group shows are too numerous to mention, but his one-person exhibits were in Koln, Germany; Bruxelles, Belgium; Paris, France; Viana do Castelo, Portugal; Lisbon, Portugal; Tecate, Mexico; and British Columbia, Canada; and many states at home. Palomar College, San Marcos, Calif. San Diego Academy of Fine Arts Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, N.Y. University of Southern California, Idyllwild (ISOMATA) University of San Diego San Diego Museum of Art James Copley Library, La Jolla, Calif. Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Venice, Italy Centre de Arte Moderna Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal Museo Taurino de la Communidad de Madrid, Madrid, Spain Atelier Lacouriere et Frelaut, Paris, France Gordon Gilkey Collection Portland Art Museum, Portland, Or. Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay...
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1980s Surrealist India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Paper, India Ink, Watercolor

Zoomorphic composition, 1979, India ink on paper
Located in PARIS, FR
Alena NADVORNIKOVA (née en 1942) Zoomorphic composition, 1979 India ink on paper Signed and dated "1979" lower left 50 x 32 cm Frame : 60 x 40 cm A Czech artist born in 1942 in Lipn...
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1970s India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink

Dva svety (Two Worlds), 1979, India ink on paper
Located in PARIS, FR
Alena NADVORNIKOVA (née en 1942) Dva svety (Two Worlds), 1979 India ink on paper Titled "Dva svety", signed and dated "79" lower left 50 x 32 cm Frame : 60 x 40 cm A Czech artist bo...
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1970s India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink

Standing Nude Man, Mid-Century Figural Expressionist Painting, New York Artist
Located in Beachwood, OH
Joseph Glasco (American, 1925-1996) Standing Man, 1955 India ink and gouache on textured paper 10 x 8 inches 16.75 x 13.5 inches, framed Joseph Glasco was born in Paul’s Valley, Okl...
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1950s Abstract Expressionist India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink, Gouache

The New Colossus, Still (#2248)
Located in New York, NY
The New Colossus, Still (#2248) 2023 Signed, titled, and dated, verso India ink, watercolor, and gouache on paper 30 x 22 inches This painting by ...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Gouache, Watercolor, India Ink, Paper

Zoomorphic composition, 1979, India ink on paper
Located in PARIS, FR
Alena Nadvornikova (née en 1942) Zoomorphic composition, 1979 India ink on paper Signed and dated "1979" lower left 50 x 32 cm Frame 60 x 40 cm A Czech artist born in 1942 in Lipnik...
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1970s India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink

Stubborn Giraldilla
Located in New York, NY
2023, Oil, acrylic, India ink & paper on canvas
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2010s Cubist India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Acrylic, Canvas, Paper, India Ink, Oil

'Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal', Double Portrait, Mughal, Miniature, Jaipur, India
Located in Santa Cruz, CA
Signed lower right, 'Babu Lal' for Babu Lal Marotia (Indian, born 1961) and painted circa 1995. A double portrait of Shah Jahan and his most favored wife, Mumtaz Mahal, exquisitely detailed and embellished with colored rhinestones. The two portraits share a background of the Taj Mahal, the lyrical architectural symbol of the Shah's undying devotion to his beloved Mumtaz. Matching frame dimensions: 17H x .5D x 15W inches Each painting measures 8 x 6 inches. Shilp Guru Babulal Marotia was born in Jaipur...
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1990s India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Gold Leaf

Mom Francisca
Located in New York, NY
2022, Oil, acrylic, India ink & paper on canvas
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2010s Modern India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Canvas, Paper, India Ink, Oil, Acrylic

Modern Figurative Surrealism Watercolor Painting, Drawing 'Faces of Deceit'
Located in Surfside, FL
On heavy Arches deckle edged paper. This combines text or poetry in calligraphy on the side. Gary Hansmann (1947-2008) was active/lived in California. He is known for abstract, Surrealism figure painting. Gary William Hansmann was born Dec. 4, 1940, in San Diego to Ethel May Williams and Lester Hughes Hansmann. He grew up in Encinitas and served in the Army in the early 1960s. Gary Hansmann, San Diego artist, teacher and gallery owner, was known for his Surrealist nude and animal drawings and graphics. He spent time working in Paris and exhibiting his art throughout Europe, but San Diego was home until he moved to Washington state. His life partner was fellow artist, Jill Hosmer. Mr. Hansmann, a respected printmaker and prolific artist, created thousands of drawings, prints and paintings as well as hundreds of poems. His interest in bullfighting led to a book of poetry and illustrations on the subject, “La Corrida, The Run”, a collection of poetry & artwork written as he was preparing for his first bullfight. Prologue written by famous Mexican Matador Antonio Lomelin. The book is written in English and translated into Spanish on opposing pages and was published in 1983. Mr. Hansmann taught intaglio and monotype at the Academy of Fine Arts in San Diego from 1977 to 1980 and at the San Diego Museum of Art in 1980. He also gave lectures and demonstrations throughout the art community, including at the San Diego Art Guild in Del Mar and Artist Equity in San Diego. Although he attended Palomar College in San Marcos and studied lithography at the San Diego Academy of Fine Arts, Mr. Hansmann was mostly self-taught and self-educated. Mr. Hansmann had shows in several art-world capitals, including Paris; Lisbon, Portugal; Cologne, Germany; Brussels, Belgium; and New York. he had one-person exhibits at the Loft Gallery in Clarkston, the Lewis-Clark State College Center of Arts & History, the Carnegie Art Center in Walla Walla and the Valley Art Center in Clarkston. During his long, distinguished career as an artist he had numerous one-person exhibits all over the world and the United States. His group shows are too numerous to mention, but his one-person exhibits were in Koln, Germany; Bruxelles, Belgium; Paris, France; Viana do Castelo, Portugal; Lisbon, Portugal; Tecate, Mexico; and British Columbia, Canada; and many states at home. Palomar College, San Marcos, Calif. San Diego Academy of Fine Arts Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, N.Y. University of Southern California, Idyllwild (ISOMATA) University of San Diego San Diego Museum of Art James Copley Library, La Jolla, Calif. Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Venice, Italy Centre de Arte Moderna Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal Museo Taurino de la Communidad de Madrid, Madrid, Spain Atelier Lacouriere et Frelaut, Paris, France Gordon Gilkey Collection Portland Art Museum, Portland, Or. Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay...
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1980s Surrealist India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Paper, India Ink, Watercolor

Modern Figurative Surrealism Watercolor Painting, Drawing California Artist
Located in Surfside, FL
"The Sadness of Mr. lapin After the Artist Left" Gary Hansmann (1947-2008) was active/lived in California. He is known for abstract, Surrealism figure painting. Gary William Hansmann was born Dec. 4, 1940, in San Diego to Ethel May Williams and Lester Hughes Hansmann. He grew up in Encinitas and served in the Army in the early 1960s. Gary Hansmann, San Diego artist, teacher and gallery owner, was known for his Surrealist nude and animal drawings and graphics. He spent time working in Paris and exhibiting his art throughout Europe, but San Diego was home until he moved to Washington state. His life partner was fellow artist, Jill Hosmer. Mr. Hansmann, a respected printmaker and prolific artist, created thousands of drawings, prints and paintings as well as hundreds of poems. His interest in bullfighting led to a book of poetry and illustrations on the subject, “La Corrida, The Run”, a collection of poetry & artwork written as he was preparing for his first bullfight. Prologue written by famous Mexican Matador Antonio Lomelin. The book is written in English and translated into Spanish on opposing pages and was published in 1983. Mr. Hansmann taught intaglio and monotype at the Academy of Fine Arts in San Diego from 1977 to 1980 and at the San Diego Museum of Art in 1980. He also gave lectures and demonstrations throughout the art community, including at the San Diego Art Guild in Del Mar and Artist Equity in San Diego. Although he attended Palomar College in San Marcos and studied lithography at the San Diego Academy of Fine Arts, Mr. Hansmann was mostly self-taught and self-educated. Mr. Hansmann had shows in several art-world capitals, including Paris; Lisbon, Portugal; Cologne, Germany; Brussels, Belgium; and New York. he had one-person exhibits at the Loft Gallery in Clarkston, the Lewis-Clark State College Center of Arts & History, the Carnegie Art Center in Walla Walla and the Valley Art Center in Clarkston. During his long, distinguished career as an artist he had numerous one-person exhibits all over the world and the United States. His group shows are too numerous to mention, but his one-person exhibits were in Koln, Germany; Bruxelles, Belgium; Paris, France; Viana do Castelo, Portugal; Lisbon, Portugal; Tecate, Mexico; and British Columbia, Canada; and many states at home. Palomar College, San Marcos, Calif. San Diego Academy of Fine Arts Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, N.Y. University of Southern California, Idyllwild (ISOMATA) University of San Diego San Diego Museum of Art James Copley Library, La Jolla, Calif. Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Venice, Italy Centre de Arte Moderna Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal Museo Taurino de la Communidad de Madrid, Madrid, Spain Atelier Lacouriere et Frelaut, Paris, France Gordon Gilkey Collection Portland Art Museum, Portland, Or. Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay...
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1980s Surrealist India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Paper, India Ink, Watercolor

Modern Figurative Surrealism Watercolor Painting, Drawing 'The Fire of my Soul'
Located in Surfside, FL
On heavy Arches deckle edged paper. This combines text or poetry in calligraphy on the side. Gary Hansmann (1947-2008) was active/lived in California. He is known for abstract, Surrealism figure painting. Gary William Hansmann was born Dec. 4, 1940, in San Diego to Ethel May Williams and Lester Hughes Hansmann. He grew up in Encinitas and served in the Army in the early 1960s. Gary Hansmann, San Diego artist, teacher and gallery owner, was known for his Surrealist nude and animal drawings and graphics. He spent time working in Paris and exhibiting his art throughout Europe, but San Diego was home until he moved to Washington state. His life partner was fellow artist, Jill Hosmer. Mr. Hansmann, a respected printmaker and prolific artist, created thousands of drawings, prints and paintings as well as hundreds of poems. His interest in bullfighting led to a book of poetry and illustrations on the subject, “La Corrida, The Run”, a collection of poetry & artwork written as he was preparing for his first bullfight. Prologue written by famous Mexican Matador Antonio Lomelin. The book is written in English and translated into Spanish on opposing pages and was published in 1983. Mr. Hansmann taught intaglio and monotype at the Academy of Fine Arts in San Diego from 1977 to 1980 and at the San Diego Museum of Art in 1980. He also gave lectures and demonstrations throughout the art community, including at the San Diego Art Guild in Del Mar and Artist Equity in San Diego. Although he attended Palomar College in San Marcos and studied lithography at the San Diego Academy of Fine Arts, Mr. Hansmann was mostly self-taught and self-educated. Mr. Hansmann had shows in several art-world capitals, including Paris; Lisbon, Portugal; Cologne, Germany; Brussels, Belgium; and New York. he had one-person exhibits at the Loft Gallery in Clarkston, the Lewis-Clark State College Center of Arts & History, the Carnegie Art Center in Walla Walla and the Valley Art Center in Clarkston. During his long, distinguished career as an artist he had numerous one-person exhibits all over the world and the United States. His group shows are too numerous to mention, but his one-person exhibits were in Koln, Germany; Bruxelles, Belgium; Paris, France; Viana do Castelo, Portugal; Lisbon, Portugal; Tecate, Mexico; and British Columbia, Canada; and many states at home. Palomar College, San Marcos, Calif. San Diego Academy of Fine Arts Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, N.Y. University of Southern California, Idyllwild (ISOMATA) University of San Diego San Diego Museum of Art James Copley Library, La Jolla, Calif. Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Venice, Italy Centre de Arte Moderna Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal Museo Taurino de la Communidad de Madrid, Madrid, Spain Atelier Lacouriere et Frelaut, Paris, France Gordon Gilkey Collection Portland Art Museum, Portland, Or. Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay...
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1980s Surrealist India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Paper, India Ink, Watercolor

Forest of Thoughts
Located in Seoul, KR
The Ideascape of Minjoo Kim The artist explains that she painted “not the realistic depiction, but the inner tree, the objects, the shapes, and a psychologi...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink, Mulberry Paper, Pigment

"Rue St. Marguerite" Montreal Street in Watercolor, Colored Pencil and India Ink
Located in Soquel, CA
"Rue St. Marguerite" Montreal Street Scene in Watercolor, Pastel, and India Ink Vibrant drawing of Montreal, Canada, by Richard D. Wilson (Canadian, 1920-1994). A street scene of 1960s Montreal, complete with cars, people walking and crisscrossing telephone and power lines...
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1960s Impressionist India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink, Watercolor, Paper, Pastel

Quiero Ver - 21st Century, Contemporary, Figurative Painting, Japanese Art
Located in Barcelona, Catalonia
Mari Ito was born in Tokyo, Japan in 1980. She majored in Nihonga, Japanese-style painting made with traditional practices, techniques and materials. She moved to Barcelona (Spain) i...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Mixed Media, Pigment, Wood Panel, India Ink

Oil Monoprint Portrait Painting on Paper 1/1 Neo Expressionist
Located in Surfside, FL
Marc Baseman is a visual artist. Marc Baseman has had several gallery and museum exhibitions, including at The Harwood Museum of Art, University of New Mexico.He has been exhibiting ...
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1990s Neo-Expressionist India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Paper, India Ink

Forest
Located in Seoul, KR
Artist Statement The core of my inspiration always relies on perhaps the most mundane faces of natural scenery. Various faces of nature in the past, that remain deep within my memory...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink, Mulberry Paper, Pigment

Oreum (Volcanic Cone)
Located in Seoul, KR
Oreum is a small volcanic cone in the Jeju Island in South Korea. The word 'Oreum' is the Jeju dialect which means climb. There are more than 360 Oreums throughout the island and the...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink, Mulberry Paper, Pigment

Oreum (Volcanic Cone)
Located in Seoul, KR
Oreum is a small volcanic cone in the Jeju Island in South Korea. The word 'Oreum' is the Jeju dialect which means climb. There are more than 360 Oreums throughout the island and the...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink, Mulberry Paper, Pigment

Lake
Located in Seoul, KR
Artist Statement The core of my inspiration always relies on perhaps the most mundane faces of natural scenery. Various faces of nature in the past, that remain deep within my memory...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink, Mulberry Paper, Pigment

Indian Modernist Painting
Located in Surfside, FL
God, Keeper, and Maker of all Air Tola-Kina. Figural Abstract Gouache Watercolor Painting.
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20th Century Modern India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink, Watercolor, Gouache

"Composition with Figure, " Irene Rice Pereira
Located in New York, NY
Irene Rice Pereira Composition with Figure, 1951 Inscribed, signed and dated Salford/Pereira 2/51 (lr); inscribed I Rice Pereira/2669 Great Clowes St/Sa...
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1950s Abstract India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Paper, India Ink, Casein

"Silent Shadows" India Ink and Watercolor on Cotton Paper, Figurative, Nude
Located in New York, NY
Dimensions: Artwork 11 x 11 in, framed 15 x 15 in This painting is unique, signed on recto by artist, and includes a certificate of authenticity I...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Paper, India Ink, Watercolor

Tree of life (forest green)
Located in Fairfield, CT
India ink on paper. Price does not include framing.
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink, Archival Paper

Frederick Elmiger (USA, 1890-1975) Portrait of Henry Bergh (Founder A.S.P.C.A.)
Located in Meinisberg, CH
Frederick Elmiger (American, 1890-1975) Henry Bergh – The Founder of the A.S.P.C.A. • Watercolour, gouache, Indian ink and possibly some oil paint on heavy paper • Sheet measures, ca. 44.5 x 57.5 • Signed and monogrammed Worldwide shipping for this object is complimentary - There are no additional charges for handling & delivery. The image depicts a street scene in 19th century New York in which Henry Bergh rebukes a carter, who is brutalizing his starving horse and making it drag the overloaded wagon. The here depicted Henry Bergh was the son of a German ship builder in New York and with the aid of his small private income, he spent most of his life fighting for laws protecting animals. Over fierce opposition and ridicule he obtained a charter in 1867 from State of New York forming the A.S.P.C.A. (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) and in 1875 a similar one covering the prevention of cruelty to children. By 1893 all states had adopted laws based on his original statutes. And the artist, who painted this dramatic scene was Frederick Elmiger (1890-1975), an American illustrator. He frequently produced series - often with historical themes - for the Donald...
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20th Century Naturalistic India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Paper, India Ink, Oil, Watercolor

Sex
Located in Ridgewood, NY
Watercolor and ink on paper, it comes framed in a white passe-partout.
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2010s Abstract Expressionist India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink, Watercolor

The Guardian
Located in Ridgewood, NY
Watercolor ink and charcoal on paper, it comes framed in a white passe-partout.
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2010s Abstract Expressionist India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Charcoal, India Ink, Watercolor

Bella de noche
Located in Ridgewood, NY
Acrylic monoprint painted with ink, it comes framed in a white passe-partout
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2010s Abstract Expressionist India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink, Acrylic

Abstracted Self Portrait by Erica Whiteway
Located in Soquel, CA
Gorgeous acrylic and pencil abstracted self portrait by California artist Erika Whiteway (American, b. 1954). Signed and dated lower right "Whiteway, 5/90". Unframed. Size: 22"H x 28"W. Erika Whiteway (b. February 26, 1954, San Jose, California) is a California writer, artist, musician, and thoroughbred breeder/trainer. She lived slightly off the grid and off the computer entirely for nearly ten years, until returning to the Bay Area, where she once more resides, making art, writing, playing music and taking care of horses. She was an early member of The Well, dubbed by "Wired Magazine as "the world's most influential online community", where she met Tiffany Lee Brown...
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1990s Abstract Expressionist India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink, Cardboard, Canvas, Acrylic

Jazz Trio - Abstract Expressionist Composition in Ink and Watercolor on Paper
Located in Soquel, CA
Dynamic, expressive rendition of a jazz trio by San Francisco artist Michael William Eggleston (American, 20th century). There are three abstracted figures in this piece - a guitar p...
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Late 20th Century Modern India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Paper, India Ink, Watercolor, Color Pencil

Saturday Evening Post Illustration. “ The Devil’s Stronghold” Original Magazine
Located in Miami, FL
The work is mostly black and white to indicate that this is a night scene. On closer inspection, you will see areas of magenta and ivory throughout The publisher's label on verso ide...
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1960s American Modern India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Gouache, India Ink, Pencil

The Whole Truth
Located in Kansas City, MO
Jolynn Reigeluth The Whole Truth Acrylic, India Ink, linocut and cut paper on wood panel Year: 2022 Size: 24x36x2.5 in Framed Size: 24x36x2.5 in Ready to hang Signed COA provided Ref...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Paper, India Ink, Acrylic, Wood Panel, Linocut

The Three DISgraces
Located in Kansas City, MO
Jolynn Reigeluth The Three DISgraces Acrylic, India Ink, linocut and cut paper on wood panel Year: 2021 Size: 36x48x2.5 in Framed Size: 36x48x2.5 in Ready to hang Signed COA provided...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink, Paper, Acrylic, Wood Panel, Linocut

The Devil You Know
Located in Kansas City, MO
Jolynn Reigeluth The Devil You Know Acrylic, India Ink, linocut and cut paper on wood panel Year: 2022 Size: 36x24x2.5 in Framed Size: 36x24x2.5 in Ready to hang Signed COA provided ...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Linocut, Paper, India Ink, Acrylic, Wood Panel

Regrets
Located in Kansas City, MO
Jolynn Reigeluth Regrets Acrylic, India Ink, linocut and cut paper on wood panel Year: 2022 Size: 24x18x2.5 in Framed Size: 24x18x2.5 in Ready to hang Signed COA provided Ref.: 92480...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink, Acrylic, Wood Panel, Linocut, Paper

Friend or Foe?
Located in Kansas City, MO
Jolynn Reigeluth Friend or Foe? Acrylic, India Ink, linocut and cut paper on wood panel Year: 2022 Size: 24x18x2.5 in Framed Size: 24x18x2.5 in Ready to hang Signed COA provided Ref....
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Paper, India Ink, Acrylic, Wood Panel, Linocut

Spirit with Horns - Abstracted Figurative Composition in Acrylic on Paper
Located in Soquel, CA
Wonderful abstracted surreal figure of a spirit by Michael Eggleston (American, 20th Century). This piece is bold and lively, with bright colors and rich blacks. This horned spirit i...
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1970s Surrealist India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Paper, India Ink

Bait n' Switch
Located in Kansas City, MO
Jolynn Reigeluth Bait n' Switch Acrylic, India Ink, linocut and cut paper on wood panel Year: 2022 Size: 48x36x2.5 in Framed Size: 48x36x2.5 in Ready to hang Signed COA provided Ref....
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink, Paper, Acrylic, Wood Panel, Linocut

Bats in the Belfry
Located in Kansas City, MO
Jolynn Reigeluth Bats in the Belfry Acrylic, India Ink, linocut and cut paper on wood panel Year: 2022 Size: 30x23x2.5 in Framed Size: 30x23x2.5 in Ready to hang Signed COA provided ...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Paper, India Ink, Acrylic, Wood Panel, Linocut

Self-Fulfilling Prophecy
Located in Kansas City, MO
Jolynn Reigeluth Self-Fulfilling Prophecy Acrylic, India Ink, linocut and cut paper on wood panel Year: 2021 Size: 36x48x2.5 in Framed Size: 36x48x2.5 in Ready to hang Signed COA pro...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink, Paper, Acrylic, Wood Panel, Linocut

Ain't She Sweet?
Located in Kansas City, MO
Jolynn Reigeluth Ain't She Sweet? Acrylic, India Ink and cut paper on wood panel Year: 2022 Size: 48x36x2.5 in Framed Size: 48x36x2.5 in Ready to hang Signed COA provided Ref.: 92480...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink, Paper, Acrylic, Wood Panel, Linocut

Dandy Discomfiture
Located in Kansas City, MO
Jolynn Reigeluth Dandy Discomfiture Acrylic and Ink on on wood panel Year: 2022 Size: 36x48x2.5 in Framed Size: 36x48x2.5 in Ready to hang Signed COA provided Ref.: 924802-994 Joly...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Paper, India Ink, Acrylic, Wood Panel, Linocut

Mercy of the Buffoons
Located in Kansas City, MO
Jolynn Reigeluth Mercy of the Buffoons Acrylic, India Ink, linocut and cut paper on wood panel Year: 2022 Size: 48x36x2.5 in Framed Size: 48x36x2.5 in Ready to hang Signed COA provid...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Acrylic, Linocut, India Ink, Paper, Wood Panel

State of the Union 2020
Located in Kansas City, MO
Jolynn Reigeluth State of the Union 2020 Acrylic, India Ink, linocut and cut paper on wood panel Year: 2022 Size: 30x20x2.5 in Framed Size: 30x20x2.5 in Ready to hang Signed COA prov...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Paper, India Ink, Acrylic, Wood Panel, Linocut

Vielle Femme en Petite Cape
Located in Milwaukee, WI
Signed with stamp, J.V. 7-5/8" x 4-3/4" art 19" x 15-1/4" frame Jacques Villon (French, 1875 - 1963) French painter, printmaker and illustrator. The oldest of three brothers who became major 20th-century artists, including Raymond Duchamp-Villon and Marcel Duchamp, he learnt engraving at the age of 16 from his maternal grandfather, Emile-Frédéric Nicolle (1830-94), a ship-broker who was also a much appreciated amateur artist. In January 1894, having completed his studies at the Lycée Corneille in Rouen, he was sent to study at the Faculty of Law of the University of Paris, but within a year he was devoting most of his time to art, already contributing lithographs to Parisian illustrated newspapers such as Assiette au beurre. At this time he chose his pseudonym: Jack (subsequently Jacques) in homage to Alphonse Daudet’s novel Jack (1876) and Villon in appreciation of the 15th-century French poet François Villon...
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Early 1900s Impressionist India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink, Gouache

“Oh Etruria" (Figurative, Black & White, Graphic, Bold Abstract Statue, Neutral)
Located in Paris, IDF
Embark on an artistic journey with "Oh Etruria," an abstract piece exuding both texture and boldness, elegantly presented within a frame. Drawing inspiration from the ancient region ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Abstract India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Linen, Wood, India Ink, Acrylic

Contemporary Circular Figurative Abstract by NanC Meinhardt
Located in Soquel, CA
Contemporary Circular Figurative Abstract by NanC Meinhardt Evocative contemporary figurative abstract by NanC Meinhardt (American, 20th Century). Reminiscent of her bead...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Acrylic, India Ink, Illustration Board

Night Watch
Located in Stamford, CT
I am trying to connect this work with mythological stories and beliefs about Darkness. It was about what is light without dark? The solace of the shadows and the darkness of the night.
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink, Gesso, Watercolor, Pen

My Chrysalis
Located in Palm Desert, CA
A mixed media work by Lawrence Lee. “1My Chrysalis” is a contemporary painting, India Ink, graphite, tea stains, pen and watercolor on paper in brown and ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Charcoal, Tea, Ballpoint Pen, India Ink, Ink

"Untitled", Inked Profile, Museum Glass, Custom Frame, Mixed Media, India Ink
Located in Detroit, MI
SALE ONE WEEK ONLY “Untitled” painted in India Ink of two heads was done during what has been call Lester Johnson’s Dark Paintings of the 1960s. In 2013 John Yau wrote with much insight about that period of Johnson’s work - “Lester Johnson (1919-2010) was an innovative figurative painter who has never quite fit into any of the accepted narratives of postwar American art, and that alone makes his work worthy of a longer look. The 1960s was an explosively turbulent era marked by assassinations, race riots, space flights, the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Beatles’ and Rolling Stones’ first American tours, and the rapidly escalating Vietnam War. Everyone was wary and on edge. Meanwhile, in the New York art world, all eyes were fixated on the rise and triumph of Pop Art, Minimalism and Color Field painting. Johnson was one of the few artists that attuned to the dismay that everyone was feeling during the violent and schizophrenic time, the sense that it could all come crashing down. However, his work was never overtly political or didactic. While his dark, brooding, monochromatic paintings of anonymous men gained a small and loyal following, they also became part of that largely invisible history of a time when New York was a tough scary and exciting place to be. More than fifty years after they were made, Johnson’s Dark Paintings continue to retain a coarseness that we associate with gestural Abstract Expressionism and Jean Dubuffet’s anti-psychological, anti-personal portraits incorporating sand and gravel. One sees in them the antecedents of Joyce Pensato’s gestural exaggerations of Groucho Marx, Homer Simpson and Minnie Mouse. While Pensato brings an infectious humor to her work, Johnson was more somber. I cannot help but think that both these artists chose their bedraggled subjects out of empathy and a trace of identification.” Lester Johnson, was born in 1919 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He attended Minneapolis School of Art, where he studied under Alexander Masley who was a former student of Hans Hofmann. Johnson continued his artistic career in New York City where he opened his first studio on 6th and Avenue A. His neighbor there was fellow painter Wolf Kahn. During his time there he would share a loft with Larry Rivers and married the art historian Josephine Valenti. In 1961 he briefly taught at Ohio State University before returning to New York City to share a studio with Philip Pearlstein. Jack Tworkov would invite Johnson to teach at Yale, an offer that Lester Johnson would accept and spend the rest of his life in Connecticut. Johnson passed away in 2010. Johnson's work has been exhibited in the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, the Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Detroit Institute of Arts, the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, the Wadsworth Atheneum, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, The Walker Art Center, the Yale University Art Gallery, the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Chrysler Museum of Art, the Carnegie Museum of Art, the Museum of Art, the Rhode Island School of Design, the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, the Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum. This work has been framed inside of a custom frame with museum glass...
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1960s Abstract Expressionist India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink, Mixed Media

Will You Gay Marry Me
Located in Kansas City, MO
Ryan Wilks Will You Gay Marry Me Acrylic, oil, holy water, india ink, neon UV paint Year: 2021 Size: 28 x 20 in. Signed and dated by hand COA provided T...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Paper, India Ink, Acrylic

Untitled, Watercolour on Paper by Contemporary Artist “In Stock”
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Gouranga Beshai - Untitled - 11 x 8.5 inches ( unframed size ) Watercolour on Paper ** Shipped in roll form. Style : Drawing inspiration from Hemen Mazumdar, Gouranga too has fash...
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2010s Contemporary India Ink Figurative Paintings

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Watercolor, India Ink, Paper

Modern Figurative Surrealism Watercolor, Drawing - "The Dressers"
Located in Surfside, FL
Gary Hansmann (1947-2008) was active/lived in California. He is known for abstract, Surrealism figure painting. Gary William Hansmann was born Dec. 4, 1940, in San Diego to Ethel May Williams and Lester Hughes Hansmann. He grew up in Encinitas and served in the Army in the early 1960s. Gary Hansmann, San Diego artist, teacher and gallery owner, was known for his Surrealist nude and animal drawings and graphics. He spent time working in Paris and exhibiting his art throughout Europe, but San Diego was home until he moved to Washington state. His life partner was fellow artist, Jill Hosmer. Mr. Hansmann, a respected printmaker and prolific artist, created thousands of drawings, prints and paintings as well as hundreds of poems. His interest in bullfighting led to a book of poetry and illustrations on the subject, “La Corrida, The Run”, a collection of poetry & artwork written as he was preparing for his first bullfight. Prologue written by famous Mexican Matador Antonio Lomelin. The book is written in English and translated into Spanish on opposing pages and was published in 1983. Mr. Hansmann taught intaglio and monotype at the Academy of Fine Arts in San Diego from 1977 to 1980 and at the San Diego Museum of Art in 1980. He also gave lectures and demonstrations throughout the art community, including at the San Diego Art Guild in Del Mar and Artist Equity in San Diego. Although he attended Palomar College in San Marcos and studied lithography at the San Diego Academy of Fine Arts, Mr. Hansmann was mostly self-taught and self-educated. Mr. Hansmann had shows in several art-world capitals, including Paris; Lisbon, Portugal; Cologne, Germany; Brussels, Belgium; and New York. he had one-person exhibits at the Loft Gallery in Clarkston, the Lewis-Clark State College Center of Arts & History, the Carnegie Art Center in Walla Walla and the Valley Art Center in Clarkston. During his long, distinguished career as an artist he had numerous one-person exhibits all over the world and the United States. His group shows are too numerous to mention, but his one-person exhibits were in Koln, Germany; Bruxelles, Belgium; Paris, France; Viana do Castelo, Portugal; Lisbon, Portugal; Tecate, Mexico; and British Columbia, Canada; and many states at home. Palomar College, San Marcos, Calif. San Diego Academy of Fine Arts Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, N.Y. University of Southern California, Idyllwild (ISOMATA) University of San Diego San Diego Museum of Art James Copley Library, La Jolla, Calif. Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Venice, Italy Centre de Arte Moderna Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal Museo Taurino de la Communidad de Madrid, Madrid, Spain Atelier Lacouriere et Frelaut, Paris, France Gordon Gilkey...
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1980s Surrealist India Ink Figurative Paintings

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India Ink, Watercolor, Paper

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