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Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

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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Bottle Gourds and Maple Leaves on Vertical Panels
Located in Storrs, CT
Bottle Gourds and Maple Leaves on Vertical Panels. c.1900. White and dark ground Japanese paper stencil on mulberry paper treated with persimmon juice. Reinforced with thread insertion. 7 3/4 x 14. (sheet 14 1/2 x 17). Housed in a 16 x 20-inch archival mat, suitable for framing. Katagami are Japanese stencil patterns that were used for printing kimono patterns...
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Early 20th Century Edo Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

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Stencil

Chrysanthemums and Bands
Located in Storrs, CT
Chrysanthemums and Bands. c.1900. Dark ground Japanese paper stencil on mulberry paper treated with persimmon juice and smoked. Drill and punch carving. 8 x 13 7/8 (sheet 12 1/2 x 16 1/2). Ex-collection Arthur Wesley Dow. $300. Housed in a 16 x 20-inch archival mat, suitable for framing. Katagami are Japanese stencil patterns that were used for printing kimono patterns...
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Early 20th Century Edo Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

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Stencil

Leaf Pool
By Anthony Caro
Located in London, GB
Wall mounted card sculpture, 2000, signed and numbered from the edition of 500, published by Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London, 30 x 60 x 9 cm. (11.8 x 23.6 x 3.5 in.)
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Early 2000s Modern Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

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Cardboard

Cube # 32 (Amber / Green)
By Larry Bell
Located in London, GB
Larry Bell Cube # 32 (Amber / Green) 2005 Coloured glass coated with inconel 50.8 x 50.8 x 50.8 cms (20 x 20 x 20 ins) LB9551
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Early 2000s Abstract Geometric Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

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Glass

Do It Yourself
By Gunter Uecker
Located in London, GB
Hammer and two nails on wood board, 1930, signed in pencil, from an unknown edition size, published by Edition VICE-Versand, Remscheid, Germany, overall sizes: 34 x 16.5 x 7.8 cm. (1...
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1930s Op Art Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

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Wood

Robot
By Nam June Paik
Located in London, GB
Mixed metal multiple with lightbulb, 1990, signed in black ink, dated, numbered from an edition of 91 unique works, published by Edition Mönchehaus-Museum, Goslar, Germany, height: 5...
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1990s Modern Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Metal

Nothin
By Joseph Havel
Located in Houston, TX
Joseph Havel Nothin, 2008 Double woven silk taffeta labels, acrylic construction, plywood 24 1/2 x 24 1/2 inches
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Fabric, Plexiglass, Plywood

Rest
By Joseph Havel
Located in Houston, TX
Joseph Havel Rest, 2004 Double woven silk taffeta labels in an acrylic construction 13 1/2 x 12 1/2 x 1 3/4 inches
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Fabric

Standing Female Nude After Alexander Archipenko Negress (La Negresse)
By Walt Kuhn
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Illustrated: "Walt Kuhn, Painter, His Life and Work, by Phillip Rhys Adams, page 67, plate 27, Courtesy of Kennedy Galleries-Kuhn Estate Kuhn’s sculptures were collected by the noted early modernist collector John Quinn (1870-1924). Among the works in Quinn’s collection was the icon Brancusi Portait of Mlle Pogany, the work that inspired Kuhn to create the wood carving “Mask” (FA10815). Mlle Pogany was chosen by Kuhn for exhibition at the Armory Show, 1913. Other sculptures by Kuhn are in the collections of the Smithsonian Museum and the Heckscher Museum. The group of 15 wood carvings came from the estate of the artist to his daughter Brenda Kuhn. The Kuhn Estate (Brenda) originally worked with Kennedy Galleries of New York who published a detailed illustrated catalog of offerings from the estate in 1967. The estate left Kennedy Galleries some time prior to 1983. They established estate representation with Barridof Galleries of Portland, Maine in partnership with Salander O’Reilly Galleries Inc. of New York. This partnership published a monograph catalog on the artist in 1984. Of our group of 15 works, three of the early c. 1913 examples have Salander O’Reilly labels affixed to them. The group of works were involved in the Salander O’Reilly bankruptcy liquidation where they were bought from. There have been several related examples that have come to auction since the year 2000. In 1912, Kuhn was one of the founders of the organization Association of American Painters and Sculptors, the organizing body for what became known as The Armory Show, 1913. The Heckscher Museum exhibition, European Modernism, as Told by Americans, gives insight in to Kuhn’s travels, artistic associations and the influences on his artwork. “In 1912 Kuhn traveled through Europe securing loans from artists and dealers to represent Impressionism, Post Impressionism and the newer strains of art like Fauvism and Cubism. Inspired by these developments, Kuhn tried out Fauvism and Cubism for himself.” “Kuhn would later become an adviser to collectors like John Quinn and Lillie Bliss, a supporter of the Armory Show and later one of the founders of the Museum of Modern Art.” Quinn acquired seven Kuhn sculptures in wood, bronze and gilt bronze which are listed in his estate inventory. This work is directly inspired by an Archipenko sculpture, Negress (La Negresse...
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1910s Cubist Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

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Wood

Yellow Disc
By Phillip King
Located in London, GB
Phillip King Yellow Disc 2007 Marble and hand-painted steel, Edition of 35 15.3 x 30.5 x 15.3 cms (6 x 12 x 5 7/8 ins) PK9857
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Early 2000s Abstract Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Steel

K.52
By Frank Stella
Located in London, GB
Frank Stella K.52 2006 Stainless steel tubing and cast aluminium 40.6 x 40.6 x 26.7 cms (16 x 16 x 10 1/2 ins) FS10201 K Series The series is based on the Italian composer Domenico...
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Early 2000s Abstract Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Stainless Steel

Tableau Balance Maquette
By Ivor Abrahams
Located in London, GB
Ivor Abrahams Tableau Balance Maquette 1990 bronze Edition 10 38 x 19.5 x 28.5 cms (15 x 7 3/4 x 11 1/2 ins) IA9751
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1990s Contemporary Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Cord
By Michael Ayrton
Located in Chicago, IL
Edition of 12
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Late 20th Century Modern Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Reflex I
By Michael Ayrton
Located in Chicago, IL
Edition of nine
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Mid-20th Century Modern Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Dream
By Joseph Havel
Located in Houston, TX
Joseph Havel Dream, 2004 Double woven silk taffeta labels in an acrylic construction 13 1/2 x 12 1/2 x 1 3/4 inches
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Fabric

Flush Pink
By Marc Vaux
Located in London, GB
Marc Vaux Flush Pink 2019 Acrylic on MDF 60 x 60 x 2.5 cms (23 5/8 x 23 5/8 1 ins) MV16989
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2010s Abstract Geometric Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Acrylic

Light Form 255.130
By Marc Vaux
Located in London, GB
Acrylic Edition of 35 31 x 31 x 5 cms (12 1/5 x 12 1/5 x 2 ins)
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Early 2000s Abstract Geometric Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Acrylic Polymer

Houston Can You Hear Me?
By Hana Hillerova
Located in Houston, TX
Hana Hillerova "Houston Can You Hear Me?" 2010 Laser cut powder coated steel 18 5/8 x 18 3/4 x 20 inches *Can hang from the ceiling or be displayed as a tabletop sculpture
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Steel

Yellow Disc
By Phillip King
Located in London, GB
Marble and hand-painted steel Edition of 35 15.3 x 30.5 x 15.3 cms (6 x 12 x 5 7/8 ins)
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Early 2000s Abstract Geometric Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Marble, Steel

Harlem III
By Robert Cook
Located in New York, NY
Signed, titled, and dated in ink on base verso. Unique sculpture created using the lost wax process. This piece is 7 1/2" high x 12" wide x 3 1/2" deep. Robert Cook was born in Boston in 1921. He studied with George Demetrios...
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1990s Modern Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Up
By Robert Cook
Located in New York, NY
Bronze, 1967. Height 59" (149.9 cm) width max 15" (38 cm). Signed on base "R Cook." This unique large sculpture was made using the lost wax process. “ . . . Inspired by a da...
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Mid-20th Century American Modern Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Stone, Bronze

Mr. Universe
By Red Grooms
Located in New York, NY
Mr. Universe, 1990 painted bronze, ed. 5 of 9 31 1/4 x 14 3/4 x 14 3/4 in. 79.38 x 37.47 x 37.47 cm
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Early 1900s Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Just a Minute
By Chakaia Booker
Located in New York, NY
Just a Minute, 2005 rubber tire and wood 32 x 29 x 20 in. 81.28 x 73.66 x 50.8 cm
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2010s Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Rubber, Wood

Yes
By Chakaia Booker
Located in New York, NY
Yes, 2006 rubber tire and wood 28 x 33 x 17 in. 71.12 x 83.82 x 43.18 cm
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2010s Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Rubber, Wood

Justin
By Gerald Incandela
Located in New York, NY
Outdoor/indoor bench Materials: synthetic grass, steel, found pipes Unique Gerald Incandela American, b. Tunisia, 1952 Born in Tunisia, Gerald Incandela studied in Tunis and Paris. He moved to Paris in 1969, where he received a philosophy degree and studied art history at Lycée Janson-de-Sailly. He traveled extensively throughout Europe and made Super-8 camera movies in Berlin. In 1974, he took up photography and learned the art of printing in London. He developed a unique process in the darkroom working with developer and brushes, merging photography, drawing, and painting; blurring reality with abstraction. His early work quickly attracted the interest of noted collector, Sam Wagstaff...
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2010s Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Steel

Melody
By Gerald Incandela
Located in New York, NY
Indoor/outdoor bench Materials: Synthetic grass, bent laminate wood, mirrored stainless steel Signed, unique Gerald Incandela American, b. Tunisia, 1952 Born in Tunisia, Gerald Incandela studied in Tunis and Paris. He moved to Paris in 1969, where he received a philosophy degree and studied art history at Lycée Janson-de-Sailly. He traveled extensively throughout Europe and made Super-8 camera movies in Berlin. In 1974, he took up photography and learned the art of printing in London. He developed a unique process in the darkroom working with developer and brushes, merging photography, drawing, and painting; blurring reality with abstraction. His early work quickly attracted the interest of noted collector, Sam Wagstaff...
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2010s Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Stainless Steel

Paul
By Gerald Incandela
Located in New York, NY
Indoor/outdoor bench Materials: Synthetic grass, wood, and mirrored stainless steel Signed and numbered, open edition Available in 2 sizes: 20H x 52W x 21D 20H x 30W x 18D Gerald Incandela American, b. Tunisia, 1952 Born in Tunisia, Gerald Incandela studied in Tunis and Paris. He moved to Paris in 1969, where he received a philosophy degree and studied art history at Lycée Janson-de-Sailly. He traveled extensively throughout Europe and made Super-8 camera movies in Berlin. In 1974, he took up photography and learned the art of printing in London. He developed a unique process in the darkroom working with developer and brushes, merging photography, drawing, and painting; blurring reality with abstraction. His early work quickly attracted the interest of noted collector, Sam Wagstaff...
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2010s Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Stainless Steel

The Harpists
By Jacques Lipchitz
Located in New York, NY
Edition of 7
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1930s Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Baby's Head - 20th Century, Unique cast concrete sculpture by Henry Moore
By Henry Moore
Located in London, GB
Cast concrete Unique Reference: LH1/35 Provenance Mr & Mrs Rowland Howarth Thence by descent
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1920s Modern Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Concrete

Roseveor - 20th Century, Unique carved yew by Denis Mitchell
By Denis Mitchell
Located in London, GB
Carved yew Unique Initialed, titled and dated
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1980s Modern Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Wood

Maquette V Two Winged Figures - 20th Century, Bronze, Sculpture by Lynn Chadwick
By Lynn Chadwick
Located in London, GB
Stamped with the artist's monogram and numbered from the edition of 6 casts Cast at Lypiatt Foundry, 1974 Reference: F & C 672
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1970s Modern Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Fagend Study
By Claes Oldenburg
Located in London, GB
Cast aluminium hand painted with enamel, 1968, stamped with the artist's initials, title, number and date 'CO. COPYRIGHT © 1976 CLAES OLDENBURG FAGEND STUDY, 1968 FABRICATED BY LIPP...
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1960s Pop Art Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Metal

Space
By Steinunn Thorarinsdottir
Located in London, GB
Cast iron and corten steel
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2010s Contemporary Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Steel, Iron

Picture
By Steinunn Thorarinsdottir
Located in London, GB
Cast iron and corten steel
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Early 2000s Contemporary Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Iron

Situation II
By Steinunn Thorarinsdottir
Located in London, GB
Edition of 7
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Early 2000s Contemporary Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Steel

Maquette (Opus 145)
By Robert Adams
Located in London, GB
Unique
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1960s Modern Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Steel

Daedalus
By Sir Eduardo Paolozzi
Located in London, GB
Signed, dated twice & inscribed 'Unikat' verso Cast at Arch Bronze Foundry, London in 1990 Five slightly varying versions recorded, this unique work was the first one
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1990s Modern Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

REPO
By Sean Henry
Located in London, GB
Edition of 9
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2010s Contemporary Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Standing Man
By Sean Henry
Located in London, GB
Edition of 6
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2010s Contemporary Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Seated Man
By Sean Henry
Located in London, GB
Edition of 6
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2010s Contemporary Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Untitled
By Sean Henry
Located in London, GB
Edition of 9 Figure I (in green): 45 x 19 x 14 cm Figure II: 45 x 16 x 11 cm
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2010s Contemporary Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

The Dinner Table
By Sean Henry
Located in London, GB
Edition of 5 Bronze figures with painted wood table and chairs
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

LM
By Sean Henry
Located in London, GB
Fired clay, oil paint To be cast in a bronze edition of 6
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Ifpda International Fine Print Dealers Association Sculptures

Materials

Clay

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