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Xavier Mascaro

Julian Schnabel, Portraits, Xavier Mascaro
By Julian Schnabel
Located in New York, NY
XAVIER MASCARO Year: 1998 Medium: 25-color silkscreen with poured resin Size: 38 x 36 inches (97 x
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1990s Contemporary Figurative Prints

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Screen

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MY WIFE
By Julian Schnabel
Located in Aventura, FL
Silkscreen in colors. Hand signed and numbered by artist. Edition of 200. Additional images available upon request. Certificate of authenticity included. Artwork in excellent conditi...
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1990s Pop Art Portrait Prints

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Paper, Screen

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Signed Julian Schnabel 'Angelo d'Oro' catalog 1985
By Julian Schnabel
Located in NEW YORK, NY
Signed Julian Schnabel: Angelo d'Oro 1985 catalogue: Published on the occasion of the exhibition Julian Schnabel: Angelo d’oro  at Galleria Gian Enzo Sperone, Rome, October 1985. Ha...
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1980s Pop Art Prints and Multiples

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Paper

Pop Art Limited Edition Lithograph of Mermaid, Miami Beach Sculpture Signed
By Roy Lichtenstein
Located in Surfside, FL
Roy Lichtenstein Mermaid Original lithograph on Arches paper from the estate of one of the original donors to the sculpture. 8 Color litho on paper. Artwork depicts a Pop Art mermai...
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20th Century Pop Art Prints and Multiples

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Lithograph, Screen

Nude Male Model, Unique Silver Gelatin Print
By Andy Warhol
Located in Cotignac, FR
Unique Silver Gelatin print from circa 1977 by Andy Warhol. Andy Warhol carried a camera with him obsessively. Similarly to his tape recorder, he used this technology not only as an...
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1970s American Modern Nude Photography

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Silver Gelatin

Otono Floral (Sexual Spring-like Winter)
By Julian Schnabel
Located in New York, NY
Otono Floral, 1995 Hand-painted, 15-color screenprint with poured resin 40 x 30 inches (102 x 76 cm) Edition of 80 signed in pencil and stamped on verso "Sexual Spring-like Win...
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1990s Abstract Expressionist Abstract Prints

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Screen

Julian Schnabel, Portraits, Nemo Librizzi
By Julian Schnabel
Located in New York, NY
NEMO LIBRIZZI Year: 1998 Medium: 25-color silkscreen with poured resin Size: 38 x 36 inches (97 x 91 cm) Edition: 90 Price: $4900 Suite of 3 Also available Born in Brooklyn, N.Y....
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1990s Contemporary Figurative Prints

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Screen

Signed Julian Schnabel 'Tableaux Tati Les Plus Bas Prix' catalog
By Julian Schnabel
Located in NEW YORK, NY
Signed Julian Schnabel 'Tableaux Tati Les Plus Bas Prix' catalog: Front cover is hand-signed (J.S.) and inscribed by Schnabel to the historic critic and downtown art scene fixture Ed...
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1980s Pop Art Prints and Multiples

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Paper, Offset

Invierno Primaveral (Sexual Spring-like Winter)
By Julian Schnabel
Located in New York, NY
Julian Schnabel Invierno Primaveral, 1995 Hand-painted, 17-color screenprint with poured resin 40 x 30 inches (102 x 76 cm) Edition of 80 signed in pencil and stamped on verso ...
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1990s Abstract Abstract Prints

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Screen

Mujer Primaveral
By Julian Schnabel
Located in New York, NY
Julian Schnabel Mujer Primaveral, 1996 Hand-painted, 15-color silkscreen with poured resin 40 x 30 inches (102 x 76 cm) Signed and numbered edition of 80 "Sexual Spring-like Winter"...
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1990s Abstract Abstract Prints

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Screen

La Blusa Rosa II
By Julian Schnabel
Located in New York, NY
La Blusa Rosa II, 1995 "Sexual Spring-like Winter" is a large painterly work, created with layers of pink and resin by the art and film world's favorite enfant terrible, Julian Schn...
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1990s Neo-Expressionist Abstract Prints

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Screen

Invierno Primaveral
By Julian Schnabel
Located in New York, NY
"Sexual Spring-like Winter" is a large painterly work, created with layers of pink and resin by the art and film world's favorite enfant terrible, Julian Schnabel. The artist and dir...
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1990s Neo-Expressionist Abstract Prints

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Screen

Julian Schnabel Brutalist Style Silver Studded Console or Wall Mirror , a Pair
By Julian Schnabel
Located in Plainview, NY
A very stylish pair of brutalist style studded silver mirrors designed by Julian Schnabel ( American, 1951). The mirrors are a limited edition designed by the artist for the histori...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Brutalist Pier Mirrors and Consol...

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Metal

Views of Hotel Well I, from Moving Focus series
By David Hockney
Located in Aventura, FL
Views of Hotel Well I, from Moving Focus series (T. 280; DH. 67). Lithograph printed in colors on TGL handmade paper. Hand signed, dated and numbered by the artist. original Artist's...
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1980s Pop Art Figurative Prints

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Paper, Lithograph

Untitled
By Julian Schnabel
Located in Palm Desert, CA
A work by Julian Schnabel. This large scale, Untitled, abstract, oil, resin, gesso, fabric and leather on seamed dropcloth is executed in a dark palette of rust, gray and black with ...
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1990s Neo-Expressionist Abstract Paintings

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Leather, Gesso, Fabric, Resin, Oil

Untitled
By Julian Schnabel
Located in Palm Desert, CA
A work by Julian Schnabel. This large scale, Untitled, oil, resin, gesso, fabric and leather on seamed dropcloth, abstract painting is executed in a dark palette, primarily in grays ...
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1990s Neo-Expressionist Abstract Paintings

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Leather, Gesso, Fabric, Resin, Oil

Peinture”Composition to Steven” de Julian Schnabel, 1989
By Julian Schnabel
Located in Bruxelles, BE
Oeuvre de Julian Schnabel, peintre néo-expressionniste new-yorkais. Dimensions : H211xL176cm
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Paintings

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Acrylic

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Julian Schnabel for sale on 1stDibs

Julian Schnabel is a painter and filmmaker known as an integral member of the American Neo-Expressionists along with Jean-Michel Basquiat and Eric Fischl. Schnabel’s application of paint on massive canvases, use of unconventional materials such as broken plates and representation of human figures are hallmarks of his most famous paintings and prints

“My paintings take up room, they make a stand. People will always react to that,” Schnabel said of his work. “Some people get inspired, others get offended. But, that's good. I like that.” 

Born on October 26, 1951, in Brooklyn, New York, Schnabel participated in the Independent Study Program at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York in the late 1970s, after his public persona grew. The artist turned to feature-filmmaking in the 1990s with his film Basquiat (1996), an intimate fictionalized account of the life of his late friend. 

Schnabel went on to win the Grand Jury Prize for Before Night Falls (2000) at the Venice Film Festival and the Best Director Prize at the Cannes Film Festival for The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (2007). He currently lives and works between New York City and Montauk, New York. The artist’s works are held in the collections of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, among others.

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A Close Look at Contemporary Art

Used to refer to a time rather than an aesthetic, Contemporary art generally describes pieces created after 1970 or being made by living artists anywhere in the world. This immediacy means it encompasses art responding to the present moment through diverse subjects, media and themes. Contemporary painting, sculpture, photography, performance, digital art, video and more frequently includes work that is attempting to reshape current ideas about what art can be, from Felix Gonzalez-Torres’s use of candy to memorialize a lover he lost to AIDS-related complications to Jenny Holzer’s ongoing “Truisms,” a Conceptual series that sees provocative messages printed on billboards, T-shirts, benches and other public places that exist outside of formal exhibitions and the conventional “white cube” of galleries.

Contemporary art has been pushing the boundaries of creative expression for years. Its disruption of the traditional concepts of art are often aiming to engage viewers in complex questions about identity, society and culture. In the latter part of the 20th century, contemporary movements included Land art, in which artists like Robert Smithson and Michael Heizer create large-scale, site-specific sculptures, installations and other works in soil and bodies of water; Sound art, with artists such as Christian Marclay and Susan Philipsz centering art on sonic experiences; and New Media art, in which mass media and digital culture inform the work of artists such as Nam June Paik and Rafaël Rozendaal.

The first decades of the 21st century have seen the growth of Contemporary African art, the revival of figurative painting, the emergence of street art and the rise of NFTs, unique digital artworks that are powered by blockchain technology.

Major Contemporary artists practicing now include Ai Weiwei, Cecily Brown, David Hockney, Yayoi Kusama, Jeff Koons, Takashi Murakami and Kara Walker.

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Finding the Right figurative-prints-works-on-paper 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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