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TAKASHI MURAKAMI - FLOWER BALL - BURNING BLOOD Pop Art. Flowers Red Smiley

2018

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    By Takashi Murakami
    Located in Madrid, Madrid
    FLOWER BALL - BURNING BLOOD Date of creation: 2018 Medium: Offset lithograph with silver and high gloss varnishing on paper Edition number: 30/300 Size: 71 cm Ø Condition: In mint co...
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  • TAKASHI MURAKAMI: COLORFUL, MIRACLE, SPARKLE Superflat Japanese Pop Art Flowers
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    Takashi Murakami - COLORFUL, MIRACLE, SPARKLE Date of creation: 2022 Medium: Offset lithograph with cold stamp and high gloss varnishing on paper Edition number: 207/300 Size: 71 cm ...
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    2010s Pop Art Figurative Prints

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  • TAKASHI MURAKAMI: KANSEI: KORIN RED STREAM Japanese Pop flowers red black
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    Located in Madrid, Madrid
    Takashi Murakami - KANSEI: KORIN RED STREAM Date of creation: 2010 Medium: Offset lithograph with cold stamp and high gloss varnishing on paper Edition number: 39/300 Size: 71 cm Ø C...
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    Paper, Varnish, Lithograph, Offset

  • Takashi Murakami - THE GOLDEN AGE: HOKKYO TAKASHI Pop Art Gold Skulls Flowers
    By Takashi Murakami
    Located in Madrid, Madrid
    Takashi Murakami - THE GOLDEN AGE: HOKKYO TAKASHI Date of creation: 2016 Medium: Offset lithograph with cold stamp and high gloss varnish on paper Edition: 213/300 Size: 71 cm Ø Cond...
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    2010s Pop Art Figurative Prints

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    Paper, Varnish, Lithograph, Offset

  • TAKASHI MURAKAMI: PANDA FAMILY AND ME Pop Art Japanese Skulls Flowers Colors
    By Takashi Murakami
    Located in Madrid, Madrid
    Takashi Murakami - PANDA FAMILY AND ME Date of creation: 2013 Medium: Offset lithograph with silver on paper Edition: 300 Size: 50 x 50 cm Observations: Offset lithograph with silver...
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    2010s Pop Art Figurative Prints

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    Paper, Varnish, Lithograph, Offset

  • TAKASHI MURAKAMI - MIYABI: KŌRIN Pop Art. Japanese Traditional Flowers
    By Takashi Murakami
    Located in Madrid, Madrid
    MIYABI: KŌRIN ( KŌRIN: COURTLY ELEGANCE 2020) Date of creation: 2020 Medium: Offset print with cold stamp and high gloss varnish on paper Edition number: 200/300 Size: 72 × 76,25 cm ...
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    Andy Warhol The Thirteen Most Wanted Men (Dossier No. 2357) screen-print & exhibition catalog: Scarce 1967 Warhol Sonnabend exhibition catalog which includes the sought-after Andy Warhol screen-print of 'Most Wanted Man #11', John Joseph H., Jr. A super rare example signed in 4 places by Andy Warhol (front cover, John Joseph screen-print, inside flap & back cover). Published on the occasion of: Andy Warhol The Thirteen Most Wanted Men held April 1967 at Galerie Ilena Sonnabend, Paris. Medium: staple-bound exhibition catalog containing 6 text leaves and 1 black-and-white screen-print. 1967. Dimensions: Book: 7.25 x 10.25 inches folded closed (opening to 10.25 x 14 inches). Print: 8¼ h × 6⅝ w in (21 × 17 cm). Hand-signed in black marker by Warhol on the front & back cover; on the John Joseph screen-print & inside flap. 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