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Roy Lee Ward Painting

Mixed Media Collage Neo Expressionist Painting, Drawing NYC Artist
By Loren Munk
Located in Surfside, FL
Loren Munk (American, b. 1951), mixed media painting "Romulus & Remus", signed "Munk '89", 13" x
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1980s Neo-Expressionist Mixed Media

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Paint, Paper, Ink, Mixed Media, Permanent Marker

Mixed Media Neo Expressionist Collage Assemblage Painting Sculpture Art Brut
By Loren Munk
Located in Surfside, FL
. He presents himself as a maker of contemporary paintings for several decades and of cubist paintings
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1980s Neo-Expressionist Mixed Media

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Gold Leaf

Mixed Media Neo Expressionist Painting Drawing African American Kids in Park
By Loren Munk
Located in Surfside, FL
Loren Munk (American, b. 1951), mixed media painting "Romulus & Remus", signed "Munk '89", 13" x
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1980s Neo-Expressionist Mixed Media

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Paper, Ink, Mixed Media, Permanent Marker

Mixed Media Neo Expressionist Painting Drawing African American Kids in Park
By Loren Munk
Located in Surfside, FL
Loren Munk (American, b. 1951), mixed media painting signed "Munk '89", 13" x 19" inches sheet
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1980s Neo-Expressionist Mixed Media

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Paint, Paper, Ink, Mixed Media, Permanent Marker

Mixed Media Neo Expressionist Collage Painting African American Kids, Bicycle NY
By Loren Munk
Located in Surfside, FL
of contemporary paintings for several decades and of cubist paintings of urban imagery. Munk has
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1980s Neo-Expressionist Mixed Media

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Mixed Media, Permanent Marker, Paint, Paper, Ink

Mixed Media Neo Expressionist Photo Collage Painting Drawing Kids in NYC Park
By Loren Munk
Located in Surfside, FL
Loren Munk (American, b. 1951), mixed media photograph collage painting signed Loren dated 1989
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1980s Neo-Expressionist Mixed Media

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Photographic Paper, Paint, Paper, Ink, Mixed Media, Permanent Marker

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  • 1970s Franco Angeli Signed Work on Paper
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