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Figurative Prints For Sale
"Toy Horse Dance" Japanese Woodblock Triptych with Beauties and Mt Fuji
Located in Soquel, CA
"Toy Horse Dance" Japanese Woodblock Triptych with Beauties and Mt Fuji Vibrant three-panel woodblock print by Utagawa Toyohiro (Japanese, 1773–1828). Court ladies look on as a grou...
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Early 20th Century Edo Figurative Prints

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Woodcut, Rice Paper, Ink

"Meaw" Photography 39" x 31.5" inch Edition of 3 by Olha Stepanian
Located in Culver City, CA
"Meaw" Photography 39" x 31.5" inch Edition of 3 by Olha Stepanian Printed on Epson Professional Paper Signed and numbered by the artist Not framed. Ships in a tube. Availa...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Figurative Prints

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Archival Paper

I Rather Like You A Lot You Fool, rare 1970 silkscreen signed/N, in museum frame
Located in New York, NY
Niki de Saint Phalle I Rather Like You A Lot You Fool, 1970 Silkscreen on wove paper Signed and numbered 74//75 in graphite pencil on the front Frame included Signed and numbered 74...
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1970s Abstract Figurative Prints

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Screen, Pencil, Graphite

Beauties Mirrored in the Forms of Flowers - Utagawa Kuniyoshi Japanese Woodblock
Located in Soquel, CA
Beauties Mirrored in the Forms of Flowers - Utagawa Kuniyoshi Japanese Woodblock A Japanese beauty dressed and posed resembling flowers by Utagawa Kumiyoshi (Japan, 1797 - 1861 ). A...
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Mid-19th Century Edo Figurative Prints

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Paper, Ink, Woodcut

Getting My Ass in Gear III
Located in Greenwich, CT
Getting My Ass in Gear III is a lithograph on paper, 9 x 9 inches image size, and initialed 'BD' lower right. From the edition of 395, numbered 168/275 (there were also 100 Roman an...
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2010s Contemporary Figurative Prints

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Paper, Lithograph

Deux Femmes Nues - Etching by Pablo Picasso - 1930
Located in Roma, IT
Hand signed in ink. Edition of 125 prints. Very good condition. Catalogue Bloch n.132.
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1930s Cubist Figurative Prints

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Paper, Etching

Original Lithograph Native American Female Figure Mystery Secret Society Signed
Located in Milwaukee, WI
"Cheyenne Woman in the Robes of a Secret Society" is an original lithograph by Leonard Baskin. It depicts a Native American woman in pale green robes. The title is written on the lef...
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1990s Figurative Prints

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Lithograph, Ink

Winter
Located in Chicago, IL
A woodcut on paper by Deco artist John Storrs. This image of this print was used to sell Christmas gift subscriptions for the "Liberator Magazine", December 1918. Third state. Arti...
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1910s American Modern Figurative Prints

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Woodcut

At the Circus with Dancing Odalisque, 1968 (347 Series, B.1696)
Located in Greenwich, CT
"At the Circus with Dancing Odalisque" is an etching from Picasso's 347 Series, image size 6.5 x 8.75 inches, signed 'Picasso' lower right and annotated lower left and framed in a Sp...
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20th Century Modern Figurative Prints

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Paper, Etching

Analía Amaya García Cuban Artist 2002 Original Hand Signed engraving
Located in Miami, FL
Analía Amaya García (Cuba, 1979) 'Untitled (La Huella Múltiple)', 2002 engraving on paper 8.1 x 8.1 in. (20.5 x 20.5 cm.) Edition of 300 ID: HUE-221 Hand-signed by author
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Early 2000s Contemporary Figurative Prints

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Screen, Paper

Vein Diseases- Lithograph By Ottavio Muzzi - 1843
Located in Roma, IT
Vein Diseases is a lithograph hand colored by Ottavio Muzzi for the edition of Antoine Chazal,Human Anatomy, Printers Batelli and Ridolfi, realized in 1843. Signed on plate on the l...
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1840s Modern Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

"Judy Garland" Legendary Film and Recording Star. Gay Icon. 20th Century Litho
Located in New York, NY
"Judy Garland" Legendary Film and Recording Star. Gay Icon. 20th Century Litho Judy - All Star Variety - Garland. Signed and numbered 19/150 in pencil, lower margin. Etching and aqu...
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1970s Performance Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

"Cabaret" Liza Minnelli Joel Grey Broadway Film Academy Tony Award Musical
Located in New York, NY
"Cabaret" Liza Minnelli Joel Grey Broadway Film Academy Tony Award Musical Signed and numbered 111/150 in pencil, lower margin. Etching with aquatint, 13.75” x 9.75”. Framed 22.25...
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1970s Performance Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

Deborah Kass Feminist Jewish American Pop Art Silkscreen Screenprint Ltd Edition
Located in Surfside, FL
Deborah Kass (born 1952) Being Alive, 2012 nine-color silkscreen, one color blend on 2-ply museum board Image 24 x 24 image. Frame 29 x 29 x 2 inches Edition 1/65 Hand signed and dated in pencil, lower right verso; numbered lower left verso Being Alive is from a vibrant and uplifting body of work entitled Feel Good Paintings for Feel Bad Times. Finding inspiration in pop culture, political realities, film, Yiddish, art historical styles, and prominent art world figures, Deborah Kass uses appropriation in her work to explore notions of identity, politics, and her own cultural interests. She received her BFA in painting at Carnegie Mellon University and studied at the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program and the Art Students League of New York. Deborah Kass (born 1952) is an American artist whose work explores the intersection of pop culture, art history, and the construction of self. Deborah Kass works in mixed media, and is most recognized for her paintings, prints, photography, sculptures and neon lighting installations. Kass's early work mimics and reworks signature styles of iconic male artists of the 20th century including Frank Stella, Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollock, and Ed Ruscha. Kass's technique of appropriation is a critical commentary on the intersection of social power relations, identity politics, and the historically dominant position of male artists in the art world. Deborah Kass was born in 1952 in San Antonio, Texas. Her grandparents were from Belarus and Ukraine, first generation Jewish immigrants to New York. Kass's parents were from the Bronx and Queens, New York. Her father did two years in the U.S. Air Force on base in San Antonio until the family returned to the suburbs of Long Island, New York, where Kass grew up. Kass’s mother was a substitute teacher at the Rockville Centre public schools and her father was a dentist and amateur jazz musician. At age 14, Kass began taking drawing classes at The Art Students League in New York City which she funded with money she made babysitting. In the afternoons, she would go to theater on and off Broadway, often sneaking for the second act. During her high school years, she would take her time in the city to visit the Museum of Modern Art, where she would be exposed to the works of post-war artists like Frank Stella and Willem De Kooning. At age 17, Stella’s retrospective exhibition inspired Kass to become an artist as she observed and understood the logic in his progression of works and the motivation behind his creative decisions. Kass received her BFA in Painting at Carnegie Mellon University (the alma mater of artist Andy Warhol), and studied at the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program Here, she created her first work of appropriation, Ophelia’s Death After Delacroix, a six by eight foot rendition of a small sketch by the French Romantic artist, Eugène Delacroix. At the same time Neo-Expressionism was being helmed by white men in the late Reagan years, women were just beginning to create a stake in the game for critical works. “The Photo Girls” consisted of artists like Sherrie Levine, Cindy Sherman, and Barbara Kruger. Kass felt that content of these works connected those of the post-war abstract painters of the mid-70s including Elizabeth Murray, Pat Steir, and Susan Rothenberg. All of these artists critically explored art in terms of new subjectivities from their points-of-view as women. Kass took from these artists the ideas of cultural and media critique, inspiring her Art History Paintings. Kass is most famous for her “Decade of Warhol,” in which she appropriated various works by the pop artist, Andy Warhol. She used Warhol’s visual language to comment on the absence of women in art history at the same time that Women’s Studies began to emerge in academia. Reading texts on subjectivity, objectivity, specificity, and gender fluidity by theorists like Judith Butler and Eve Sedgwick, Kass became literate in ideas surrounding identity. She engaged with art history through the lens of feminism, because of this theory which “The Photo Girls” drew upon. Kass's work is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art; Whitney Museum of American Art; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; Jewish Museum (New York); Museum of Fine Art, Boston; Cincinnati Museum of Art; New Orleans Museum; National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution; Fogg Museum, Harvard Art Museums; and Weatherspoon Museum, among others. In 2012 Kass's work was the subject of a mid-career retrospective Deborah Kass, Before and Happily Ever After at The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, PA. An accompanying catalogue published by Skira Rizzoli, included essays by noted art historians Griselda Pollock, Irving Sandler, Robert Storr, Eric C. Shiner and writers and filmmakers Lisa Liebmann, Brooks Adams, and John Waters. Kass's work has been shown at international private and public venues including at the Venice Biennale, the Istanbul Biennale, the Museum Ludwig, Cologne, the Museum of Modern Art, The Jewish Museum, New York, the National Portrait Gallery, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. A survey show, Deborah Kass, The Warhol Project traveled across the country from 1999–2001. She is a Senior Critic in the Yale University M.F.A. Painting Program. Kass's later paintings often borrow their titles from song lyrics. Her series feel good paintings for feel bad times, incorporates lyrics borrowed from The Great American Songbook, which address history, power, and gender relations that resonate with Kass's themes in her own work. In Kass's first significant body of work, the Art History Paintings, she combined frames lifted from Disney cartoons with slices of painting from Pablo Picasso, Jasper Johns, Jackson Pollock, and other contemporary sources. Establishing appropriation as her primary mode of working, these early paintings also introduced many of the central concerns of her work to the present. Before and Happily Ever After, for example, coupled Andy Warhol’s painting of an advertisement for a nose job with a movie still of Cinderella fitting her foot into her glass slipper, touching on notions of Americanism and identity in popular culture. The Art History Paintings series engages critically with the history of politics and art making, especially exploring the power relationship of men and women in society. Deborah Kass's work reveals a personal relationship she shares with particular artworks, songs and personalities, many of which are referenced directly in her paintings. In 1992, Kass began The Warhol Project. Beginning in the 1960s, Andy Warhol’s paintings employed mass production through screen-printing to depict iconic American products and celebrities. Using Warhol’s stylistic language to represent significant women in art, Kass turned Warhol’s relationship to popular culture on its head by replacing them with subjects of her own cultural interests. She painted artists and art historians that were her heroes including Cindy Sherman, Elizabeth Murray, and Linda Nochlin. Drawing upon her childhood nostalgia, the Jewish Jackie series depicts actress Barbra Streisand, a celebrity with whom she closely identifies, replacing Warhol's prints of Jackie Kennedy Onassis and Marilyn Monroe. Her My Elvis series likewise speaks to gender and ethnic identity by replacing Warhol's Elvis with Barbra Streisand from Yentl: a 1983 film in which Streisand plays a Jewish woman who dresses and lives as a man in order to receive an education in the Talmudic Law. Kass's Self Portraits as Warhol further deteriorates the idea of rigid gender norms and increasingly identifies the artist with Warhol. By appropriating Andy Warhol's print Triple Elvis and replacing Elvis Presley with Barbara Streisand’s Yentl, Kass is able to identify herself with history’s icons, creating a history with powerful women as subjects of art. The work embodies her concerns surrounding gender representation, advocates for a feminist revision of art, and directly challenges the tradition of patriarchy. America's Most Wanted is a series of enlarged black-and-white screen prints of fake police mug shots. The collection of prints from 1998–1999 is a late-1990s update of Andy Warhol’s 1964 work 13 Most Wanted Men, which featured the most wanted criminals of 1962. The “criminals” are identified in titles only by first name and surname initial, but in reality the criminals depicted are individuals prominent in today's art world. Some of the individuals depicted include Donna De Salvo, deputy director for international initiatives and senior curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art; Thelma Golden, director and chief curator of the Studio Museum in Harlem, and Robert Storr, dean of the Yale School of Art. Kass's subjects weren’t criminals. Through this interpretation, Kass show's how they are wanted by aspirants for their ability to elevate artists’ careers. The series explores the themes of authorship and the gaze, at the same time problematizing certain connotations within the art world. In 2002, Kass began a new body of work, feel good paintings for feel bad times, inspired, in part, by her reaction to the Bush administration. These works combine stylistic devices from a wide variety of post-war painting, including Ellsworth Kelly, Frank Stella, Jackson Pollock, Andy Warhol, and Ed Ruscha, along with lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Laura Nyro, and Sylvester, among others, pulling from popular music, Broadway show tunes, the Great American Songbook, Yiddish, and film. The paintings view American art and culture of the last century through the lens of that time period's outpouring of creativity that was the result of post-war optimism, a burgeoning middle class, and democratic values. Responding to the uncertain political and ecological climate of the new century in which they have been made, Kass's work looks back on the 20th century critically and simultaneously with great nostalgia, throwing the present into high relief. Drawing, as always, from the divergent realms of art history, popular culture, political realities, and her own political and philosophical reflection, the artist continues into the present the explorations that have characterized her paintings since the 1980s in these new hybrid textual and visual works. OY/YO In 2015, Two Tree Management Art in Dumbo commissioned of a monumentally scaled installation of OY/YO for the Brooklyn Bridge Park. The sculpture, measuring 8×17×5 ft., consists of big yellow aluminum letters, was installed on the waterfront and was visible from the Manhattan. It spells “YO” against the backdrop of Brooklyn. The flip side, for those gazing at Manhattan, reads “OY.”[ An article and photo appeared on the front page of the New York Times 3 days after its installation in the park. An instant icon, OY/YO stayed at that site for 10 months where it became a tourist destination, a favorite spot for wedding, graduation, class photos and countless selfies. After its stay in Dumbo it moved to the ferry stop at North 6th Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn for a year, where it greeted ferry riders. Since 2011, OY/YO has been a reoccurring motif in Deborah Kass's work in the form of paintings, prints, and tabletop sculptures. Kass first created “OY” as a painting riffing on Edward Ruscha’s 1962 Pop canvas, “OOF.” She later painted “YO” as a diptych that nodded to Picasso's 1901 self-portrait, “Yo Picasso” (“I, Picasso”). OY/YO is now installed in front of the Brooklyn Museum. Another arrived at Stanford University in front of the Cantor Arts Center late 2019. A large edition of OY/YO was acquired by the Jewish Museum in New York in 2017 and is on view in the exhibition Scenes from the Collection. On December 9, 2015 Deborah Kass introduced her new paintings that incorporated neon lights in an exhibition at Paul Kasmin Gallery entitled "No Kidding" in Chelsea, New York. The exhibition was an extension of her Feel Good Paintings for Feel Bad Times, but it sets a darker, tougher tone as she reflects on contemporary issues such as global warming, institutional racism, political brutality, gun violence, and attacks on women's health, through the lens of minimalism and grief. The series is ongoing. Deborah Kass has spoken about creating an “ode to the great Louises,” a space dedicated to her works inspired by famous Louise’s which she would call the “Louise Suite.” The earliest of these odes is “Sing Out Louise,” a 2002 oil on linen painting from her Feel Good Paintings Feel Bad Times collection. “Sing out Louise” is driven by her fondness for Rosalind Russel and the fact Kass feels it is her time to “Sing Out] “After Louise Bourgeois” is a 2010 sculpture made of neon and transformers on powder-coated aluminum monolith; it is a spiraling neon light with a phrase inspired by French-American artist Louise Bourgeois.[22] The neon installation reads “A woman has no place in the art world unless she proves over and over again that she won’t be eliminated.” Kass changed the quote slightly to better represent her beliefs but it was derived from Bourgeois. “After Louise Nevelson” is a 2020 spiraling neon work of art that reads "Anger? I'd be dead without my anger" a quote from American sculptor, Louise Nevelson. Award and Grants New York Foundation for the Arts, inducted into NYFA Hall of Fame (2014) Art Matters Inc. Grant (1996) Art Matters Inc. Grant (1992) New York Foundation for the Arts, Fellowship in Painting 1987 National Endowment for the Arts, Painting (1991) National Endowment For The Arts (1987) Selected solo and group exhibitions The Jewish Museum, New York, NY, “Scenes from the Collection” National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC “Eye Pop: the Celebrity Gaze” Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY, “No Kidding” (2015-2016) Sargent...
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2010s Pop Art Figurative Prints

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Screen

Cut & Run Rat Stencil Poster by Banksy
Located in London, GB
Dimensions: 23.4 x16.5 inches Offset Lithograph in colors on glossy satin poster paper. Excellent condition
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2010s Street Art Figurative Prints

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Satin Paper, Lithograph

Watch Us: Together We Can Do It, II, Limited Edition by Asian Artist from Taiwan
Located in New york, NY
Watch Us: Together We Can Do It, II 2020 by Chin Chih Yang is a signed limited edition digitally created print on archival paper: 29/75 - edition number, date of creation, and artist...
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2010s Abstract Figurative Prints

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Archival Pigment, Pigment

Eduardo Naranjo Spanish Artist Original Hand Signed engraving 1984 n3
Located in Miami, FL
Eduardo Naranjo (Spain, 1944) 'Creación VI', 1984 engraving on paper 20.9 x 15 in. (53 x 38 cm.) Edition of 225 ID: NAR1115-003-225 Hand-signed by author
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1980s Surrealist Figurative Prints

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Engraving, Screen, Paper

Tristan and Isolde
Located in San Francisco, CA
This artwork titled "Tristan and Isolde" 1978 is an original color lithograph on Arches wove paper by noted Italian/Argentinian artist Leonor Fini, 1907-1996. It is hand signed and n...
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Late 20th Century Surrealist Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

SCREAMING COUPLE
Located in Portland, ME
Dalla Venezia, David (Italian, born 1965). COUPLE SHOUTING. Etching. 1998. Inscribed PdA (Artist's Proof), and signed and dated in pencil. 3 3/8 x 4 1/2 inches, framed to 12 1/3 x 10...
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1990s Figurative Prints

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Etching

Purim: The Four Facets of Esther (I) Sheehan, 36, Rare signed Printers Proof '66
Located in New York, NY
Robert Indiana Purim: The Four Facets of Esther (I) Sheehan, 36, 1966 Color silkscreen on off white wove paper Printed by Stephen Poleskie, Chiro...
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1960s Abstract Geometric Figurative Prints

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Screen, Pencil, Graphite

Gemini - Screen Print by Sergio Barletta - 1973
Located in Roma, IT
Gemini is a screen print on grey paper realized by Sergio Barletta in 1973. 68 x 49 cm. Good conditions! Sergio Barletta (1934) is an Italian cartoonist and illustrator, who has...
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1970s Modern Figurative Prints

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Screen

“Evening”
Located in Southampton, NY
Beautifully executed etching on archival paper by the well known American artist, Morris Henry Hobbs. Circa 1935. Condition is excellent. Signed in the lower right margin by the a...
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1930s Academic Figurative Prints

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Etching

My Love We Wont - coveted, whimsical 1960s silkscreen by beloved female artist
Located in New York, NY
Niki de Saint Phalle My Love We Wont, 1968 Lithograph and silkscreen on wove paper Signed and numbered 51/75 in graphite pencil on the front Frame included: elegantly floated and framed in a museum quality white wood frame with UV plexiglass From the Brooklyn Museum, which has an edition of this work in its permanent collection: "Throughout her long and prolific career Niki de Saint Phalle, a former cover model for Life magazine and French Vogue, investigated feminine archetypes and women’s societal roles. Her Nanas, bold, sexy sculptures...
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1960s Modern Figurative Prints

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Screen, Mixed Media, Lithograph, Pencil

Keith Haring Free South Africa poster 1985
Located in NEW YORK, NY
Keith Haring Free South Africa 1985: Original 1985 Keith Haring Free South Africa poster- a key historical Keith Haring activist poster ...
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1980s Pop Art Figurative Prints

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Offset, Lithograph

The House of Shango — African American artist
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Samella Sanders Lewis, 'The House of Shango', lithograph, 1992, edition 60. Signed, dated, titled, and numbered '31/60' in pencil. A superb, richly-inked impression, on Arches cream wove paper; the full sheet with margins (1 1/4 to 3 1/2 inches), in excellent condition. Image size 24 x 18 inches (610 x 457 mm); sheet size 30 inches x 22 1/4 inches (762 x 565 mm). Archivally matted to museum standards, unframed. ABOUT THIS WORK “The title of this piece is an unmistakable harkening to African roots. Shango is a religious practice with origins in Yoruba (Nigerian) belief, deifying a god of thunder by the same name. Shango has been adopted in the Caribbean, most notably in Trinidad and Tobago, a fact that underscores the importance of transnationalism to Samella Lewis’s piece. Her work often grapples with issues of race in the U.S., and The House of Shango is no exception. Through a reliance on the gradual transformation of Shango—one that took place across continents and time—Lewis’s piece forms a powerful link between black Americans and their African and Caribbean counterparts. The figure depicted in the piece appears to emerge, quite literally, from the house of Shango. Given the roots and transformative process of the religion, The House of Shango can draw attention to the historical intersections to which black American culture is indebted.” —Laura Woods, Scripps College, Ruth Chander Williamson Gallery, Collection Highlights, 2018 ABOUT THE ARTIST Samella Lewis’ lifelong career as an artist, art historian, critic, curator, collector, and advocate of African American art has helped empower generations of artists in the United States and worldwide, earning her the designation “the Godmother of African American art.” Born and raised in Jim Crow era New Orleans, Lewis began her art education at Dillard University in 1941, transferring to Hampton University in Virginia, where she earned her B. A. and master's degrees. She completed her master's and a doctorate in art history and cultural anthropology at Ohio State University in 1951, becoming the first female African American to earn a doctorate in fine art and art history. Lewis taught art at Morgan State University while completing her doctorate. She became the first Chair of the Fine Arts Department at Florida A&M University in 1953. That same year Lewis also became the first African American to convene the National Conference of African American artists held at Florida A&M University. She was a professor at the State University of New York, California State University, Long Beach, and at Scripps College in Claremont, California. Lewis co-founded, with Bernie Casey, the Contemporary Crafts Gallery in Los Angeles in 1970. In 1973, she served on the selection committee for the exhibition BLACKS: USA: 1973 held at the New York Cultural Center. Samella Lewis's 1969 catalog 'Black Artists on Art', featured accomplished black artists typically overlooked in mainstream art galleries. She said of the book, "I wanted to make a chronology of African American artists, and artists of African descent, to document our history. The historians weren't doing it. It was really about the movement." From the 1960s through the 1970s, her work, which included lithographs, linocuts, and serigraphs, reflected her concerns with the values of human dignity, democracy, and freedom of expression. Between 1969 and 70, Lewis and E.J. Montgomery were consultants for a groundbreaking exhibition at the Oakland Public L designed to create greater awareness of African American history and art. Lewis was the founder of the International Review of African American Art in 1975. In 1976, she founded the Museum of African-American Art with a group of artistic, academic, business, and community leaders in Los Angeles, California. Lewis, the museum’s senior curator, organized exhibitions and developed new ways of educating the public about African American art. She celebrated African American art as an 'art of experience’ inspired by the artists’ lives. And she espoused the concept of African American art as an 'art of tradition', urging museums to explore the African roots of African American art. In 1984, Lewis produced an extensive monograph on Elizabeth Catlett, her beloved mentor at Dillard University. Lewis has been collecting art since 1942, focusing primarily on the WPA era and work created during the Harlem Renaissance. Pieces from her collection were acquired by the Hampton University Museum in Virginia, the world’s earliest collection of African American fine art...
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1990s Realist Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

Kunsthalle Helsinki Exhibition poster
Located in London, GB
Offset Lithograph (poster) Edition of Unknown Size 27.56 x 19.68 in (70.0 x 50.0 cm) This is an original, authorised David Hockney poster, produced by the Kunsthalle Helsinki for t...
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2010s Contemporary Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

Jacqueline au regard d'Oiseaux
Located in New York, NY
Pablo Picasso (1881-1873) Jacqueline au regard d'Oiseaux Numbered on the reverse Phototype and Pochoir 16 x 11.5 inches 957/1000
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1960s Modern Figurative Prints

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Photogram

San Francisco, Girl with Mission Dolores original lithograph by Margaret Keane
Located in Paonia, CO
San Francisco, Girl with Mission Dolores is an original lithograph by Margaret Keane c. 1980. A young girl in a head scarf is seen in front of the Mission Dolores in San Francisco, California on a blue sky day. An original color lithograph limited edition  72/100 and signed in pencil by the artist. In very good condition with artist's stamp in bottom left corner. Margaret Keane born Peggy Doris Hawkins on  September 15, 1927 in Nashville, Tennessee. When she was two her eardrum was permanently damaged during a mastoid operation. Unable to hear properly she learned to watch the eyes of the person talking to her to understand them. Keane started drawing as a child and at age 10 she took classes at the Watkins  Institute in Nashville. Keane painted her first oil painting of two little girls one crying and one laughing when she was 10 years old and gave the drawing to her grandmother. She was well known at the local church for her sketches of angels...
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1980s Expressionist Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

1960s James Rosenquist F-111 announcement
By (after) James Rosenquist
Located in NEW YORK, NY
James Rosenquist F-111 announcement: Vintage original folding exhibition pamphlet published on the occasion of a 1960’s exhibition in Stockholm at the Museet Moderna: September 29th-October 18th 1965. Features a reproduction of Rosenquist’s famed “F-111”. Folding out to four portions, the reverse chronicles an extensive interview (in Swedish) between Rosenquist & the museum. Rare and highly collectible. Medium: Offset printed fold-out museum pamphlet. Condition: Quattro fold-lines as issued; good overall vintage condition. Dimensions: 5.5 x 11 inches (opening to 5.5 x 44 inches). Unsigned from an edition of unknown; rare. Rosenquist began the painting F-111 in 1964, in the middle of the Vietnam War. He positioned his main subject, the F-111 military plane, which was in development at the time, flying through fragmented images of consumer products and references to war. Through its expansive network of colliding visual motifs, F-111 addresses the connections between the Vietnam War, income taxes, consumerism, and advertising. James Rosenquist was an American Pop artist known for his monumental paintings and prints. Often appropriating commercial imagery, his montage-like works combined popular culture, surrealism, and historical painting methods. “Much of the aesthetic of my work comes from doing commercial art,” the artist once said. “I painted pieces of bread, Arrow shirts...
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1960s Contemporary Figurative Prints

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Offset, Lithograph

Cathedral - Lithograph by F. Gentilini
Located in Roma, IT
Cattedrale is an original lithograph realized by Franco Gentilini between 1940 and 1950. Hand signed in pencil on the lower right margin; "prova dell'artista", artist's proof. Perfec...
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1940s Contemporary Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

Dali’s Inferno, Signed Surrealist Lithograph by Salvador Dali
Located in Long Island City, NY
Dali’s Inferno by Salvador Dali, Spanish (1904–1989) Portfolio: Dali's Inferno Date: 1978 Lithograph on Arches, signed and numbered in pencil Edition of 242/250 Image Size: 23 x 17 i...
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1970s Surrealist Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

Geisha Walking, One-of-a-Kind Affordable Art on Paper
Located in New york, NY
An intaglio print pulled on the etching press, Geisha Walking, 2017 by a.muse is a viscosity inked monotype on the subject of a Japanese geisha dressed in a colorful kimono, Madame ...
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2010s Contemporary Figurative Prints

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Ink, Rag Paper, Intaglio, Monotype

Old Violinist - Late 19th Century Figurative Lithograph
Located in Soquel, CA
Finely detailed late 19th century chromo-lithograph portrait of a violinist street musician by John George Brown (British, 1831-1913). Many of Brown’s paintings were reproduced in lithography (Chromo-lithograpy), as is the case with the one offered here. Presented in a rustic antique Oak wood frame with giltwood fillet. Image, 15.63"H x 10.63"W. John George Brown was a British citizen and an American painter born in Durham, England. His parents apprenticed him to the career of glass worker at the age of fourteen, in an attempt to dissuade him from pursuing painting. He studied nights at the School of Design in Newcastle-on-Tyne while working as a glass cutter there between 1849 and 1852, and evenings at the Trustees Academy in Edinburgh while working at the Holyrood Glass Works between 1852 ad 1853. After moving to New York City in 1853, he studied with Thomas Seir Cummings at the National Academy of Design where he was elected a National Academician in 1861. Brown was the Academy’s vice-president from 1899 to 1904. Around 1855, he worked for the owner of the Brooklyn Glass Company, and later he married the daughter of his employer. His father-in-law encouraged his artistic abilities, supporting him financially, letting Brown pursue painting full-time. In 1866, he became one of the charter members of the Water-Color Society, of which he was president from 1887 to 1904. Brown became famous for his depictions of street urchins found of the streets of New York (bootblacks, street musicians, posy sellers, newsboys, etc.). Brown’s art is best characterized as British genre painting...
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1870s Realist Figurative Prints

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Paper, Lithograph

Cathedral of Christ the Savior. 1989., paper, screen print, 60x32.5 cm
Located in Riga, LV
Cathedral of Christ the Savior. 1989, paper, screen print, 60x32.5 cm
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1980s Surrealist Figurative Prints

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Paper, 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 Figurative Prints

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Screen

Warhol - Silver. Limited Edition (print) by Murakami signed and numbered
Located in Hong Kong, HK
Warhol - Silver (2012) by Takashi Murakami Offset print, cold foil stamp, glossy varnish Hand signed and numbered by the artist Published by Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd., Tokyo 28 in diamet...
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2010s Pop Art Figurative Prints

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Offset

Presse Ludovico Mirri Mercante d’Quadri incontro al Palazzo Bernini a Roma No.46
Located in Paonia, CO
Presse Ludovico Mirri Mercante d’Quadri incontro al Palazzo Bernini a Roma No.46 is from a series of original engravings published by Lodovico Mirri in the late 18th century and engr...
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Late 18th Century Figurative Prints

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Engraving

Masturbating Woman Surrounded by Black
Located in Chicago, IL
Published anonymously c. 1920, Vienna, in an edition of 100, after the original gouache, watercolor and pencil on paper, signed and dated in the plate by the artist in middle right: ...
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1920s Vienna Secession Figurative Prints

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Paper

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 Figurative Prints

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Screen

Bellhop
Located in New York, NY
Many places, many times intermingle in the work of Roberto Juarez. His life is so much a part of his work, that each new body of work introduces subjects, styles and motifs that seem...
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Late 20th Century Modern Figurative Prints

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Stencil

LE RIRE
Located in Aventura, FL
Hand signed, titled and numbered by the artist. Ginestet Pouillon 390. Sheet size 10.7 x 7 in. Image size 8 x 6 in. Framed. Edition of 140. Artwork is in excellent condition. Certi...
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1930s Cubist Figurative Prints

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Paper, Etching

Kabuki Actor, Mid 19th Century Figurative Japanese Woodblock Print
Located in Soquel, CA
Beautiful mid 19th century figural Japanese woodblock print of a kabuki actor in blue by Utagawa Toyokuni III (Kunisada) (Japanese, 1786-1864/5). Artist's chop is in the upper left corner of the piece. Presented in a cream mat, with a black and red frame and plexiglas. Image size ~13.5"H x 9.5"W During his lifetime Kunisada Utagawa...
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1860s Edo Figurative Prints

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Ink, Paper

Four 1920's Russian Propaganda Posters by Alexander Apsit, Dmitri Moor & others
Located in Paonia, CO
The Bolshevik Era (1917-1921) was a life and death struggle for the Bolsheviks and their ideology. The propaganda poster was everywhere, as the Bolsheviks struggled to win the Civil War against the Whites and fought the Poles over control of the Ukraine and parts of modern day Belarus. The early Soviet poster - an incredible 3600 designs - was remarkable for its revolutionary fervor and biting wit. Powerful visual symbols were invented, like the red star and hammer and sickle. These four posters are as follows: 1." May 1st All Russian Subbotnik " is a Russian poster promoting the first all Russian Subbotnik held on May 1st, 1920 in which Vladimir Lenin was in attendance. "Subbotnik" were weekend days of unpaid, volunteer community service work following the October Revolution which eventually became obligatory. By Russian artist Dmitry Moor 2. " Anniversary of Vsevobuch--Develop and Learn to Defend Freedom"    celebrates the second anniversary of the implementation of universal military training and says ‘2nd Anniversary of Vsevobuch, Develop and Learn How To Defend Freedom. Artist unknown 3." Devil Doll "    The Devil Doll' (January 1920) shows a soldier pointing his bayonet at a looming monster in the first panel. However, in the second it turns out to be the weak and insignificant enemies of the state behind a pathetic mask and cloak.  Russian artist Dmitri Moor 4. " Forward to defend the Ural"    ’By Russian artist A. Petroff ( pseudonym for Alexander Aspit ) from the ´´Plakate der Russichen Revolution 1917 - 1929´´ Dmitry Moor was a Russian graphic artist, poster designer and cartoonist, also known as D. Moor ("Д. Моор"). During the 1900s and 1910s he was a comic pioneer, making satirical comics ridiculing the Czarist regime and censorship. Under the Soviet regime he became one of the most celebrated propaganda artists. Both during the First and the Second World War he ridiculed the German army. In his work Moor often made use of sequential illustrated narratives or comics. He was the house cartoonist of magazines like Budilnik and later Bezbozhnik. Alexander Petrovich Apsit was born in Riga on 25th March, 1880. He moved to Saint Petersburg in 1894 and attended art school and became a student of Lew Dmitriew-Kawkaski. Aspit worked for various Russian magazines and on the outbreak of the First World War was employed by the government to design war posters. After the Bolshevik Revolution Apsit was commissioned by the State Publishing House to design revolutionary posters.
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Early 20th Century Expressionist Figurative Prints

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Screen

Bijou Gets Undressed 5
Located in Palm Desert, CA
"Bijou Gets Undressed 5" is a screenprint on Fedrigoni Sirio paper made in 2004 by Julian Opie. The work is signed in pencil, lower left, "Julian Opie" and editioned in pencil, lower...
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21st Century and Contemporary Post-Minimalist Figurative Prints

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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 Figurative Prints

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Screen

La Parade
Located in San Francisco, CA
This artwork titled "La Parade" 1978 is an original lithograph by noted French artist Michel Delacroix, born 1933. It is hand signed and numbered 24/150 in p...
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Late 20th Century Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

SULTRY Signed Original Lithograph, Modern Female Portrait, Slicked Back Hair
Located in Union City, NJ
SULTRY by the woman artist Robin Morris, is an original limited edition lithograph printed using hand lithography techniques on archival Coventry Rag paper, 100% acid free. SULTRY is...
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1980s Contemporary Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

Original Keith Haring Album Cover Art (vintage Keith Haring)
Located in NEW YORK, NY
Vintage Vinyl Record Art by Keith Haring with bright, lush colors that make for stand-out wall art within reach: Year: 1986 Off-Set Lithograph on record jacket, vinyl record. Dimen...
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1980s Pop Art Figurative Prints

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Offset

Window - Lithograph by Leo Guida - 1970s
Located in Roma, IT
Window is a contemporary artwork realized by Leo Guida in 1970s. Mixed colored lithograph. Hand signed and numbered on the lower margin: 2/3 Artist's proof. Original title: Fines...
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1970s Contemporary Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

Desnudo de Frida Kahlo, Signed Lithograph by Diego Rivera
Located in Long Island City, NY
This portrait depicts Rivera's second wife, the artist Frida Kahlo (1907-54), sitting on a bed wearing stockings and shoes and fastening rows of beads around her neck. An accident wh...
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1930s Realist Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

CRISALIDA
Located in Aventura, FL
Hand signed, titled, dated, and numbered in pencil by the artist. Edition of 100. Frame size: 40 x 32.75 inches. Artwork is in excellent condition. Certificate of authenticity inc...
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1980s Contemporary Figurative Prints

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Paper, Lithograph

Jim Dine Red Design for Satin Heart "The Picture of Dorian Grey" bleeding heart
Located in New York, NY
This proof depicts one of Jim Dine's signatures motifs, a deep red heart, which drips down the page. Along the right side of the heart, hand-drawn text reads: “Red design for satin h...
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1960s Pop Art Figurative Prints

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Etching

Portrait of the Actor Kawarazaki Gonjuro - Woodcut by Toyohara Kunichia - 1863
Located in Roma, IT
Portrait of the actor Kawarazaki Gonjuro is an original artwork realized in 1863 by Toyohara Kunichika (30 June 1835 – 1 July 1900) Oban. From the series "Karu asobi hana no senzei...
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1850s Modern Figurative Prints

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Woodcut

OR DUR OR AISON
Located in Aventura, FL
Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Artwork is in excellent condition. Additional images are available upon request. Certificate of Authenticity is included. Edition of 175. All...
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1970s Contemporary Figurative Prints

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Lithograph, Paper

BLUE HORSE, THREE GEISHAS Signed Lithograph, Asian Women, Parrots, Teal Blue
Located in Union City, NJ
BLUE HORSE, THREE GEISHAS is an original lithograph printed using hand drawn lithography techniques on archival Somerset printmaking paper, 100% acid free, by the renowned Chinese born artist Walasse Ting (DING XIONGQUAN, Chinese, 1929-2010). Ting's use of bold colors and expressive calligraphic brush drawn forms convey vivid life energy. He is well known for his colorful images of women, flowers, fish, parrots and horses and was associated with artists Karel Appel, Asger Jorn, and Pierre Alechinsky, members of the avant-garde group called COBRA. Throughout his artistic life, Ting imbued his passion and spirit into his paintings, poetry and sculpture. BLUE HORSE, THREE GEISHAS is a freely expressed Chinese Ink Brush drawing depicting a colorful rich blue horse with dark purple mane and tail standing with three Asian women...
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1980s Contemporary Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

BI-VEGA
Located in Aventura, FL
Serigraph on paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Image size 39.75 x 25.75 inches. Frame size approx 50 x 35 inches. From the main edition of 250. Additional images avai...
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1970s Op Art Figurative Prints

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Paper, Screen

COMPOSITION RED AND GREEN
Located in Aventura, FL
Hand signed, dated and numbered by the artist. Artwork is in excellent condition. Certificate of Authenticity included. PP edition. All reasonable offers will be considered.
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1980s Pop Art Figurative Prints

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Lithograph, Paper

'Eyes for the Night' — Mid-century Modernism
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Benton Spruance, 'Eyes for the Night', lithograph, 1947, edition 35, Fine and Looney 260. Signed, dated, titled, and annotated 'Ed 35' in pencil. A fine impression, on heavy, cream ...
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1940s American Modern Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

Decorating with Figurative Art Prints and Works on Paper

Bring energy and an array of welcome colors and textures into your space by decorating with figurative fine-art prints and works on paper.

Figurative art stands in contrast to abstract art, which is more expressive than representational. The oldest-known work of figurative art is a figurative painting — specifically, a rock painting of an animal made over 40,000 years ago in Borneo. This remnant of a remote past has long faded, but its depiction of a cattle-like creature in elegant ocher markings endures.

Since then, figurative art has evolved significantly as it continues to represent the world, including a breadth of works on paper, including printmaking. This includes woodcuts, which are a type of relief print with perennial popularity among collectors. The artist carves into a block and applies ink to the raised surface, which is then pressed onto paper. There are also planographic prints, which use metal plates, stones or other flat surfaces as their base. The artist will often draw on the surface with grease crayon and then apply ink to those markings. Lithographs are a common version of planographic prints.

Figurative art printmaking was especially popular during the height of the Pop art movement, and this kind of work can be seen in artist Andy Warhol’s extensive use of photographic silkscreen printing. Everyday objects, logos and scenes were given a unique twist, whether in the style of a comic strip or in the use of neon colors.

Explore an impressive collection of figurative art prints for sale on 1stDibs and read about how to arrange your wall art.

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