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Loie Hollowell

Loie Hollowell, Cascade: Porcelain Plate, Contemporary Art
By Loie Hollowell
Located in Hamburg, DE
Loie Hollowell (American, b. 1983) Cascade, 2020 Medium: Porcelain plate Dimensions: 10 7/10 in diameter (27.3 cm diameter) Edition of 175: Signed in plate Condition: Mint (sold in i...
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21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Abstract Prints

Materials

Ceramic

Red Earth
By Loie Hollowell
Located in London, GB
Loie Hollowell Medium: 9 layer screenprint with crushed glass on Somerset 300gsm paper Size: 28.9 x 37.8 cm Edition of 50 Hand Signed and numbered by the artist.
Category

2010s Contemporary Abstract Prints

Materials

Screen

  • Red Earth
  • Red Earth
H 11.38 in. W 14.89 in.
Cascade, for Coalition for the Homeless
By Loie Hollowell
Located in New York, NY
Loie Hollowell Cascade, for Coalition for the Homeless, 2020 Fine bone china in red gift box 10 3/4 in diameter Edition of 175 Signed in plate, Artists cursive signature fired onto t...
Category

2010s Abstract Abstract Prints

Materials

Porcelain, Screen

Recalibrate
By Loie Hollowell
Located in Bristol, GB
Ceramic Edition of 250 Printed signature on the back and on the accompanying box Mint. Sold in original packaging
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic

  • Recalibrate
  • Recalibrate
  • Recalibrate
  • Recalibrate
H 10.83 in. Dm 10.83 in.
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Standing in Light
By Loie Hollowell
Located in London, GB
Numbered from an edition of 25. 'Signed and dated 'Loie Hollowell 2018' Woodcut on paper Image: 24 x 18in. (61 x 45.8cm.) Sheet: 281⁄8 x 21in. (71.5 x 53.2cm.) Executed in 2018, thi...
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2010s Contemporary Abstract Prints

Materials

Woodcut

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Explore a vast range of abstract prints on 1stDibs to find a piece to enhance your existing collection or transform a space.

Unlike figurative paintings and other figurative art, which focuses on realism and representational perspectives, abstract art concentrates on visual interpretation. An artist may use a single color or simple geometric forms to create a world of depth. Printmaking has a rich history of abstraction. Through materials like stone, metal, wood and wax, an image can be transferred from one surface to another.

During the 19th century, iconic artists, including Edvard Munch, Paul Cézanne, Georgiana Houghton and others, began exploring works based on shapes and colors. This was a departure from the academic conventions of European painting and would influence the rise of 20th-century abstraction and its pioneers, like Pablo Picasso and Piet Mondrian.

Some leaders of European abstraction, including Franz Kline, were influenced by the gestural shapes of East Asian calligraphy. Calligraphy interprets poetry, songs, symbols or other means of storytelling into art, from works on paper in Japan to elements of Islamic architecture.

Bold, daring and expressive, abstract art is constantly evolving and dazzling viewers. And entire genres have blossomed from it, such as Color Field painting and Minimalism.

The collection of abstract art prints on 1stDibs includes etchings, lithographs, screen-prints and other works, and you can find prints by artists such as Joan Miró, Alexander Calder and more.

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