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International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA)
International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA)

Launched in 1987, the International Fine Print Dealers Association has continually set the bar for quality and ethics while promoting prints as original works of art to generations of collectors, curators and art lovers. With over 160 members in 13 countries, the IFPDA is a worldwide community of leading dealers and editions publishers who represent the full spectrum of printmaking. Each year, the IFPDA hosts the IFPDA Print Fair in New York, the only major fair dedicated to fine-art prints.

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Birthday Party
By Howard Hodgkin
Located in London, GB
Lithograph from a stone printed in sepia and green, with hand colouring in two shades of blue gouache. On Velin Arches mould-made paper (300 gsm) Signed and dated 77 in pencil, lower...
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1970s Abstract International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Lithograph, Color

Mourning
By Howard Hodgkin
Located in London, GB
111.8 x 140.3 cms (44 x 55.25 ins) Edition of 50 Impressed with Solo Press stamp and the printer’s stamp. Lithograph (from three plates) with hand colouring in gouache (two greys...
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1980s Abstract International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Color, Lithograph

Bedroom
By Howard Hodgkin
Located in London, GB
Lithograph from five zinc plates, using tusche and crayon with splatter, printed in red, orange, green, black, and pink. On J Green paper (250 gsm) Signed, numbered and dated '68 in ...
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Mid-20th Century Abstract International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Color, Lithograph

Bellhop
By Roberto Juarez
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 International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Stencil

Tropic Fruit
By Howard Hodgkin
Located in London, GB
80 x 94 cms (31.5 x 37 ins) Edition of 100
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1980s Abstract International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Color, Screen

Untitled (Hands)
By Louisa Chase
Located in New York, NY
Louisa Chase was born in Panama City, Panama. Seven years later, her family moved to Lancaster, Pennsylvania. She studied painting and sculpture at Syracuse University and at the Ya...
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1980s Expressionist International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Etching

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

Materials

Lithograph, Screen

Untitled
By Thomas Nozkowski
Located in New York, NY
Solidly grounded in Abstract Expressionist tradition, process-oriented painter Thomas Nozkowski’s method is predicated on relinquishing the idea of an end result. To highlight this, ...
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Late 20th Century Abstract International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Woodcut

Free Range & Howboy
By Don Ed Hardy
Located in Lyons, CO
Color lithograph with gold leaf, Edition 30 Don Ed Hardy is a painter, printmaker and tattoo artist. Fascinated by tattoos since childhood, Hardy has ...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Lithograph

Untitled (Diptych)
By Fred Sandback
Located in New York, NY
Fred Sandback was a minimalist conceptual-based sculptor known for his yarn sculptures, drawings, and prints. He majored in philosophy at Yale Universit...
Category

1990s Minimalist International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Lithograph

Coisa Linda.
By Beatriz Milhazes
Located in New York, NY
MILHAZES, Beatriz. Coisa Linda. Unpaginated. Illustrated with 34 hand-printed screen prints and a unique collage. 4to., bound in original decorated blue and gold cloth, yellow paper spine in a yellow cloth slipcase. New York: Library Council of The Museum of Modern Art, 2002. The first book published in "Contemporary Editions" by the Library Council of the Museum of Modern Art. This exquisite book was created by contemporary Brazilian artist Beatriz Milhazes. Each copy contains thirty-four hand-printed screenprints by Milhazes, and a unique collage. The screenprints are printed in forty colors and are bound in a hand-printed cover, all created by Milhazes in collaboration with the printmaker Jean-Paul Russell...
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Early 2000s Modern International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Paper

SEA TREASURES
By Frances H. Gearhart
Located in Santa Monica, CA
FRANCES H. GEARHART and Sisters (THE GEARHARTS) SEA TREASURES...
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1920s American Impressionist International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Woodcut

Sweet Pea II
By Robert Kushner
Located in Lyons, CO
Color lithograph with metallic leaf, Edition 30 Kushner's use of rich color harmonies and bold, fluid drawing, mark his belief in the importance of beauty in our lives. Kushner ha...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Lithograph

Man's Ruin
By Don Ed Hardy
Located in Lyons, CO
Color lithograph, Edition 25. In Man’s Ruin, a wolf is portrayed as a nurse, two iconic images often seen in tattoo flash. Below the wolf are two brigh...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Lithograph

untitled (Woman and Cat)
By Mary Spain
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Unsigned Graphite on paper
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20th Century Surrealist International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Graphite

The White & Black Set
By Betty Woodman
Located in Lyons, CO
Color woodcut/lithograph with chine collé and collage Woodman returned to Shark's in 2015 to make her most recent print "The White & Black Set". The artist poses a set of white a...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Lithograph, Woodcut

The Cat
By John Buck
Located in Lyons, CO
Color woodcut with hand coloring, Edition 15. John Buck is both a sculptor and a printmaker. He works with two interrelated bodies of work: carved wood, assemblage and bronze sculptures, and large, multicolored woodblock prints. Since beginning his collaboration with Bud Shark in 1983, Buck has explored the expressive possibilities of woodblock in more than 40 different prints. In The Cat...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Woodcut

Silky Terrier Painting
Located in New York, NY
Original gouache, probably Belgian for matchbox covers. Mid-20th Century.
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Mid-20th Century International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Gouache, Board

Une Escale au Brasil (A Stopover in Brazil)
By Charles Dufresne
Located in New York, NY
Charles Dufresne (1876-1938), Une Escale au Brasil (A Stopover in Brazil), etching and drypoint, c. 1920, signed in pencil lower right margin and inscribed “epreuve de artist” lower ...
Category

1920s Modern International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Drypoint, Etching

Neapolitan Vesuvius Gouache
Located in New York, NY
Original hand-painted Neapolitan gouache entitled "Eruz de Gennajo 1839." An excellent example of the classic Neapolitan School view. Unsigned. Displayed in an archival mat with an o...
Category

1830s International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Paper, Gouache

POSTER SIZE MEXICAN LINOCUT - DESPERTAR (Awakening)
By Adolfo Mexiac
Located in Santa Monica, CA
ADOLFO MEXIAC (Mexican b.1927 - ) DESPERTAR, (Awakening) 1960 Linoleum cut signed, titled and dated. image 19 1/4 x 27 1/2. Sheet 24 x 31 1/2 Generally very good condition save for a loss along the top sheet edge and creasing in the lower right part of the sheet. This print was most likely produced at the TGP (El Taller de Grafica Popular...
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1960s Modern International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Linocut

Last Rays
By Yvonne Jacquette
Located in Lyons, CO
Color lithograph, Edition 30 Last Rays is an intensely colorful image that evokes the play of light and reflections caused by the late rays of the evening sun as they rake low acr...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Lithograph

'The Welder' — 1920s American Expressionism
By Otto Kuhler
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Otto Kuhler, 'The Welder', etching, c. 1926, edition unknown but small, Kennedy 9. Signed in pencil. A fine, richly-inked impression, in dark brown ink, with selectively wiped overal...
Category

1920s American Modern International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Etching

Autoportrait de Gustave Le Gray. 1851.
Located in PARIS, FR
LE GRAY Gustave Villiers-le-Bel 1820 † 1884 Le Caire et MESTRAL Auguste Rans 1812 † 1884 id. Autoportrait de Gustave Le Gray. 1851. Photographie. 338 x 243 mm (épreuve). 450 x 314 mm (montage). Feuille montée sur vélin. Manque important en pied, atteignant la pointe de la veste du photographe. Quelques très légères et fines griffures en surface. Au dos du montage : 3 gravures anciennes, et marque de collection mauve, « L. BONGARD » (lugt non décrit). Épreuve sur papier salé, d’après un négatif papier ciré sec. Numéroté « 540 » dans le négatif, dans l’angle supérieur gauche. Marque des étaux bien visibles dans le négatif, dans l’angle supérieur droit, et dans l’angle inférieur gauche. De toute rareté. Une seule autre épreuve connue : Pierre Bergé & Associés, vente du 19 mars 2015, lot n°101. La mission héliographique : Au mois de mai 1851, Gustave Le Gray est délégué par la commission des Monuments historiques pour photographier une liste de monuments remarquables du sud-ouest de la France. D’autres figures pionnières de la photographie participent à cette vaste campagne de recensement, et doivent couvrir le reste du pays : Hippolyte Bayard, Henri Le Secq, Édouard Baldus et Auguste Mestral. Le Gray décide de fusionner son itinéraire avec celui de son élève et ami, Auguste Mestral. Entre juillet et octobre 1851, équipé d’une voiture et de deux chambres noires, le tandem sillonne le territoire de la Loire aux Pyrénées, du château de Chambord à la cité de Carcassonne. Les deux hommes, qui se connaissent depuis 1848, réalisent ensemble les prises de vue - et se présenteront d’ailleurs en tant que coauteurs devant la commission. Un champ d’expérimentation Pour Gustave Le Gray, qui vient de mettre au point le « négatif papier ciré sec », la mission héliographique est un champ d’expérimentation inespéré. Pendant trois mois, les photographes exécutent jusqu’à trente prises de vue par jour, une véritable prouesse rendue possible par l’invention de Le Gray. En effet, celle-ci dispense de maintenir humides les négatifs papier, facilitant considérablement le travail en extérieur. Les feuilles peuvent être préparées jusqu’à quinze jours à l’avance, et développées plusieurs heures après la prise de vue. « Tout le monde comprendra combien ce nouveau procédé facilite les opérations en voyage », écrit Le Gray. Méthodiques, les deux hommes numérotent les négatifs dans l’ordre chronologique. Cette numérotation, allant jusqu’à 605, témoigne d’une production soutenue et indépendante, débordant largement le cadre imposé par la commission des monuments historiques. Progressivement, le recensement scientifique s’accompagne de véritables digressions artistiques. Entre leur séjour à Carcassonne – point culminant du voyage – et leur retour à Paris, les « photographistes » s’autorisent de nombreux clichés personnels : des vues d’Amélie les Bain, du Pont Palaldas et du pont du Gard. Dans les Pyrénées-Orientales, les cloîtres gothiques d’Elne et d’Arles-sur-tech servent d’écrin à deux autoportraits de Gustave Le Gray. Le premier, réalisé à Elne, est aujourd’hui en mains privées (nous n’en avons trouvé aucune reproduction dans la littérature). Le second, pris très peu de temps après, n’est connu pour l’heure que par deux épreuves, dont celle que nous présentons. Un manifeste artistique Vêtu d’un costume noir de ville, Le Gray pose sous une arche gothique, jambes croisées et cigarette à la main. La blancheur insolente des guêtres, du chapeau et du col, accroche irrésistiblement l’œil du spectateur, et rehausse l’austère architecture médiévale d’une touche de modernité et de dandysme. L’élégance et la familiarité subtile de la mise en scène rappellent, dans leur esprit, d’autres portraits de Le Gray, habitué de compositions libres et volontiers énigmatiques – nous pensons ici à son fantomatique Autoportrait dans le miroir de la table de toilette de la duchesse de Parme, réalisé la même année, où le photographe parvient à capter son ombre fuyante dans un miroir. Contrairement à ses pairs, Le Gray s’est peu consacré au portrait, lui préférant le paysage. Il en a cependant maîtrisé tous les codes, et signé d’authentiques chefs-d’œuvre en la matière : citons ici le portrait rêveur et mélancolique du dramaturge Edmond Cottinet (1849), et celui du sculpteur Auguste Clésinger (1855), d’une vigueur éblouissante, qui fut longtemps donné à son élève Félix Nadar...
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1850s Photorealist International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Photographic Paper

untitled (Reclining Female Nude)
By Charles Harris ( Beni Kosh )
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Aka Beni Kosh Still Life with Flowers Colored pencil on paper Unsigned Signed with the estate stamp on reverse (see photo) Estate No. 716 Condition: Soft fold through image, wri...
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1960s Contemporary International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Gouache

Storm Dragon
By Don Ed Hardy
Located in Lyons, CO
Color lithograph, Edition 20. Don Ed Hardy’s lithographs “Storm Dragon” and “Sea Dragon” continue his lifelong exploration of dragon mythology and imagery. For 2000, the Year of the...
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Early 2000s Contemporary International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Lithograph

CENTER HARBOR, NH
By Ralph L. Boyer
Located in Portland, ME
Boyer, Ralph L. (American, 1879-1952). CENTRE HARBOR, N.H. Etching, not dated. Number 12 of the edition of 60. Signed in pencil and inscribed "imp rlb" just below the image. Further inscribed in the lower margin with the Title, the edition size and number, and the artist's name and "Westport, Conn." where he lived and worked. 9 7/8 x 7 3/4 inches (plate), 13 x 10 1/2 inches (sheet). Tape residue at the upper corners, else in very good condition. Boyer was well known as a sporting artist. Derrydale...
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Early 20th Century International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Etching

Ancient Landscape II (Ancient City)
By Louise Nevelson
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Signed and titled in pencil by the artist; Annotated: "E130 A/1" in pencil lower right Estate stamp verso Edition: 20 Provenance: Estate of the Artist (Foundation sta...
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1950s Abstract Expressionist International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

High Tide
By Hiroki Morinoue
Located in Lyons, CO
Color woodcut, Edition 30 The left panel of High Tide captures the reflections of the edge of a pond and surrounding trees and hills. The right panel depi...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Woodcut

Plant and Lamp (B+Y; Y+B)
By John Baldessari
Located in New York, NY
In order to subvert common associations, Baldessari calls one’s attention to minute details, absurd juxtapositions, and obscured or fragmented portions of imagery.
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1990s Post-Modern International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Lithograph

FRUIT FOR SALE
By Frances H. Gearhart
Located in Santa Monica, CA
FRANCES H. GEARHART and Sisters (THE GEARHARTS) FRUIT FOR SALE c.1928 Color block print. Unsigned. This is an original block print from “Let’s Play”, an intended but unpublished children’s book done in collaboration with her sisters Edna and May in 1928. Image 8 x 7 inches. On a tissue thin laid paper. Irregular sheet 9 3/8 x 8 1/2. The entire series consisted of over 20 children's images. There were very few printed. The editions of the various children varied but likely no more than 50. This impression very well printed with good colors, Very good condition. The margins are likely as issued with the irregular edges. The margins and paper used for this series varies from one print to the next. A bit of tape remnants at top center sheet edge. A very nice example of this print. It is not unusual for impressions of this series to be unsigned, although many are signed "The Gearharts" The Provenance of this example is fascinating. It was acquired from a gentleman who knew the Gearharts as a child in the early 50's in Pasadena. It was part of a collection given to him by Frances. In his adult years he was in the military and took the collection with him as he traveled around Europe, After 81 years, based on the original prints, this book was published by the “California Book...
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1920s American Modern International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Woodcut, Linocut

Pyzinerol
By Rex Ray
Located in Lyons, CO
Color lithograph, Edition 30 In 2010, Ray made his first lithographs at Shark’s Ink., Pyzinerol and Pyzinerol II. Ambitious prints with 18 colors from 15...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Lithograph

Man, Dog (Blue), Canoe/Shark Fins (One Yellow), Capsized Boat
By John Baldessari
Located in New York, NY
It is hard to characterize John Baldessari’s varied practice—which includes photomontage, artist’s books, prints, paintings, film, performance, and installation—except through his ap...
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21st Century and Contemporary Conceptual International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Etching

Art Forms in Nature (Plate 99 - Trochilus) — 1899 Celebration of Natural Forms
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Ernst Haeckel, 'Art Forms in Nature' (Plate 99 - Trochilus), offset lithograph, 1899. Signed and titled in typeset, upper left. Titled 'Tafel 99 — Troch...
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1890s Realist International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Lithograph

Conked
By Alison Saar
Located in New York, NY
Alison Saar was born in 1956 to Betye Saar, a well-known African American artist, and Richard Saar, an art conservationist. Her parents inspired her to be...
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1990s Contemporary International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Woodcut

Entanglement
By Clark Richert
Located in Lyons, CO
Color lithograph, Edition 30 Richert, who was intuitively observing shadows cast by three-dimensional forms, found that one such structure – the rhombic tricontahedron – placed un...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Lithograph

Elvis
By Red Grooms
Located in Lyons, CO
Color lithograph, Edition 75 Red Grooms and Master printer Bud Shark began their many print collaborations in 1981 with "Mountaintime", followed in 1982 by their first three-dimensional lithograph, "Ruckus...
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1990s Contemporary International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Lithograph

Art Forms in Nature (Plate 56 - Calanus) — 1899 Celebration of Natural forms
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Ernst Haeckel, 'Art Forms in Nature' (Plate 56 - Calanus), color lithograph, 1899. Signed and titled in typeset, upper left. Titled 'Tafel 56 — Calanus'...
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1890s Realist International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Lithograph

The Thingly Thingness of Things
By Enrique Chagoya
Located in Lyons, CO
Color lithograph, Edition 30. (Irregular shape) The artist states: “2013 is the year of the snake and I am celebrating it in this print to honor the Chinese calendar but with a pre-Columbian twist. In the Chinese horoscope...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Lithograph

Earth Cycle
By Hiroki Morinoue
Located in Lyons, CO
Color woodcut, Edition 30. In all of Morinoue's work there is a compelling sense of place--the ocean shoreline, lava flows and Japanese gardens. He is a patient observer of nature...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Woodcut

Art Forms in Nature (Plate 49 - Heliactis) — 1988 Celebration of Natural Forms
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Ernst Haeckel, 'Art Forms in Nature' (Plate 49 - Heliactis), offset lithograph, 1899. Signed and titled in typeset, upper left. Titled 'Tafel 49 — Helia...
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1890s Realist International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Lithograph

Invites Into the World of the Eternal Instant
By Enrique Chagoya
Located in Lyons, CO
Color lithograph, Ed. 30 Chagoya's newest prints, "Invites Into the World of the Eternal Instant" and "Expresses Nothing but the Self", are concerned with the current unsustainabl...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Lithograph

Art Forms in Nature (Plate 79 - Basiliscus) — 1899 Celebration of Nature
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Ernst Haeckel, 'Art Forms in Nature' (Plate 79 - Basiliscus), offset lithograph, 1899. Signed and titled in typeset, upper left. Titled 'Tafel 79 — Basi...
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1890s Realist International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Lithograph

Adam Elsheimer, etching after a painting of Elsheimer by Jan Meyssens
By Wenceslaus Hollar
Located in New York, NY
Wenzel Hollar (1607-1677), Adam Elsheimer, etching after a painting of Elsheimer by Jan Meyssens, 1649, with text and signatures as described below. Ref...
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1640s Old Masters International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Etching

Art Forms in Nature (Plate 80 - Pentremites) — 1899 Celebration of Natural Forms
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Ernst Haeckel, 'Art Forms in Nature' (Plate 80 - Pentremites), offset lithograph, 1899. Signed and titled in typeset, upper left. Titled 'Tafel 80 — Pentremites', upper right and 'Blastoidea. — Knospensterne', bottom center. Lithographic plate rendered and printed by master lithographer Adolf Giltsch, from the original 1899 publication, the full sheet, in excellent condition. Archivally sleeved, unmatted. Image size 11 x 7 7/8 inches; sheet size 14 1/4 x 10 1/2 inches. ABOUT THE IMAGE Pentremites, an extinct genus of stemmed, immobile echinoderms (forms related to the starfish), are abundant as marine fossils...
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1890s Realist International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Lithograph

'Old Shanghai' — 1920s Realism
By Anton Schutz
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Anton Schutz, 'Old Shanghai', etching, edition not stated, 1928. Signed in pencil. A fine, richly-inked impression, with skillfully-controlled plate tone, on cream wove Japan paper; ...
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1920s American Realist International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Etching

Root
By Rodney Carswell
Located in Lyons, CO
Color lithograph, Ed. 25 The artist describes his work: My work has often been described as belonging to a category of ‘reductive, geometric abstraction’. In the last decade ho...
Category

2010s Contemporary International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Lithograph

'Richard Wagner' — 1920s Portrait of the Composer
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Francis Coradal-Cugat, 'Richard Wagner', etching, c. 1928. Signed, titled, and numbered ‘2/50’ in pencil with the artist’s inked fingerprint beneath his signature. A fine, richly ink...
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1920s Romantic International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Etching

'Skaters' — 1930s Woodstock, New York
By Emil Ganso
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Emil Ganso, 'Skaters', pochoir (color stencil) with hand painting, edition c. 50, 1938, Smith S-6. Signed in the image, lower right. A rich, painterly impression, with fresh colors, on buff wove paper; the full sheet with margins (7/8 to 1 7/8 inches), in excellent condition. Matted to museum standards, unframed. Image size 11 3/4 x 15 1/4 inches; sheet size 18 3/4 x 13 3/4 inches. An impression of this work is in the permanent collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. ABOUT THE ARTIST Born in Germany, Emil Ganso (1895-1941) came to the United States with his family in 1912. After settling in New York City, he found night work in a bakery and concentrated on his art in the daytime—mostly self-taught at this time, he studied only briefly at the National Academy of Design. In 1924, Ganso showed his drawings to Carl Zigrosser, who organized the artist’s first solo exhibition, at the Weyhe Gallery. Soon afterward, Ganso enrolled in Eugene Fitsch’s printmaking class at the Art Students League. Although he considered himself primarily a painter, Ganso made prints in all media, including relief and stencil prints and complex intaglios, and even experimented with color lithography in the late 1920s. He also developed, with an engineer, the design and fabrication of an innovative etching press. In 1926, Ganso attended the Art Students League summer session in Woodstock, New York. There, he met Jules Pascin, and the two artists began a close friendship, briefly sharing a studio. Ganso followed Pascin to Europe in 1928. In 1929, Ganso returned to New York and showed his work regularly in group exhibitions. He continued working in Woodstock in the summer months, often printing lithographs for other artists. The Cleveland Print Club...
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1930s American Impressionist International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Gouache, Stencil

Split Ring Image C
By Robert Mangold
Located in New York, NY
2009, color woodblock print on Hahnemuhle paper, 31 1/4 x 30 1/2 inches, edition of 30
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21st Century and Contemporary International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Blue Coat
By Alex Katz
Located in New York, NY
Image size: 24 x 12 inches Edition of 30
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1990s International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Aquatint

Spoil Bank Crucifix
By Eric Gill
Located in Storrs, CT
Spoil Bank Crucifix. 1919. Wood engraving. Physick catalog 157. Image 2 x 3 (sheet 4 x 4 3/8). Printed on simili-Japan paper. Housed in a 10 x 8-inch archival mat. The Spoil Bank A...
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Early 20th Century Modern International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Woodcut

THE MAKING OF TORTILLAS - Mural Size 47 1/2 inches Long
By Leopoldo Méndez
Located in Santa Monica, CA
LEOPOLDO MENDEZ (1902 – 1969) THE MAKING OF TORTILLAS 1954 Linocut. Edition unknown. This example signed in pencil and dated 1957. 14” x 47 3/8” ...
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1950s Modern International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Linocut

New Viaduct
By Louis Conrad Rosenberg
Located in Fairlawn, OH
From: The Cleveland Set (23 plates), No. 1 Edition: Small Signed in pencil Image: 7 3/4 x 11 1/2"
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1920s International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Drypoint

LA PARADE
By Georges Rouault
Located in Santa Monica, CA
GEORGES ROUAULT (1871 – 1958) La PARADE 1932 (CR.203, W.211) color etching and aquatint 1932. Edition 270. Frontispiece from “Cirque”. ...
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1930s Modern International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Etching

Ocean View Wind Patterns, Camden Maine
By Yvonne Jacquette
Located in Lyons, CO
Color lithograph, Edition 30. Jacquette also creates compelling images of the landscape and the sea from the air or atop hills or mountains. In this colorful print she depicts a vi...
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2010s Contemporary International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Lithograph

Infinity Field - Olympia III
By Theodoros Stamos
Located in New York, NY
The Greek American artist, Theodoros Stamos, was born in 1922 in New York City into a family of Greek immigrants. He was a member of The Irascibles group which consisted of the first...
Category

1970s Abstract Expressionist International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

Materials

Screen

Western Pals
By Red Grooms
Located in Lyons, CO
Color lithograph, Edition 40. Red Grooms is a painter, sculptor, printmaker, filmmaker, and showman par excellence. His major installations, “Ruckus Manhattan”, “The City of Chicago...
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1990s Contemporary International Fine Print Dealers Association Art

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