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R Lindner

Untitled - Original Lithograph by R. Lindner - 1974
By Richard Lindner
Located in Roma, IT
Untitled from Le XX Siècle is an original artwork realized by Richard Lindner in 1974. Original colored lithograph. Good conditions. Printed by Mourlot, France. This lithograph wa...
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1970s Surrealist Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

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Sophistication - Original Lithograph by R. Lindner - 1975
By Richard Lindner
Located in Roma, IT
Sophistication is an original print realized by the German-American artist Richard Lindner in 1975. Color lithograph. Signed by the artist on stone on the lower right edge. Very g...
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1970s Surrealist Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

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A Close Look at surrealist Art

In the wake of World War I’s ravaging of Europe, artists delved into the unconscious mind to confront and grapple with this reality. Poet and critic André Breton, a leader of the Surrealist movement who authored the 1924 Surrealist Manifesto, called this approach “a violent reaction against the impoverishment and sterility of thought processes that resulted from centuries of rationalism.” Surrealist art emerged in the 1920s with dreamlike and uncanny imagery guided by a variety of techniques such as automatic drawing, which can be likened to a stream of consciousness, to channel psychological experiences.

Although Surrealism was a groundbreaking approach for European art, its practitioners were inspired by Indigenous art and ancient mysticism for reenvisioning how sculptures, paintings, prints, performance art and more could respond to the unsettled world around them.

Surrealist artists were also informed by the Dada movement, which originated in 1916 Zurich and embraced absurdity over the logic that had propelled modernity into violence. Some of the Surrealists had witnessed this firsthand, such as Max Ernst, who served in the trenches during World War I, and Salvador Dalí, whose otherworldly paintings and other work responded to the dawning civil war in Spain.

Other key artists associated with the revolutionary art and literary movement included Man Ray, Joan Miró, René Magritte, Yves Tanguy, Frida Kahlo and Meret Oppenheim, all of whom had a distinct perspective on reimagining reality and freeing the unconscious mind from the conventions and restrictions of rational thought. Pablo Picasso showed some of his works in “La Peinture Surréaliste” — the first collective exhibition of Surrealist painting — which opened at Paris’s Galerie Pierre in November of 1925. (Although Magritte is best known as one of the visual Surrealist movement’s most talented practitioners, his famous 1943 painting, The Fifth Season, can be interpreted as a formal break from Surrealism.)

The outbreak of World War II led many in the movement to flee Europe for the Americas, further spreading Surrealism abroad. Generations of modern and contemporary artists were subsequently influenced by the richly symbolic and unearthly imagery of Surrealism, from Joseph Cornell to Arshile Gorky.

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A Close Look at surrealist Art

Find wide variety of authentic Joan Miró art available for sale on 1stDibs. If you're looking for art to add a pop of color to a neutral corner of your living room or bedroom, you can find work that includes elements of blue, orange, purple and other colors. Joan Miró can also browse by medium to find art in lithograph, etching, drypoint and more. Much of this artist's original work was created during the 20th century and is mostly associated with the abstract style. Not every interior allows for large Joan Miró art, so small editions measuring 6 inches across are available. Customers who are interested in this artist might also find and find the work of. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $91 and tops out at $250,000, while the average work can sell for $1,550.

Art of the 1970s

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Materials: lithograph Art

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Finding the Right Figurative Prints for You

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.

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