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Werkubersicht/Work-Overview E
By Leon Polk Smith
Located in New York, NY
Leon Polk Smith (1906 -1996) holds a unique place in a long tradition of American geometric abstract painting. Born near Chikasha, a Native American territory later annexed by the U....
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1980s Abstract Geometric IFPDA Print Fair 2015

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Screen

Untitled (Nude 1)
By Akbar Padamsee
Located in London, GB
Signed & dated lower right From the edition of 14
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21st Century and Contemporary IFPDA Print Fair 2015

Materials

Photographic Paper

Green Column/Figure
By Robert Mangold
Located in New York, NY
Associated with the Minimalist art movement of the 1960s, Mangold developed a reductive vocabulary based on geometric forms, monochromatic color, and an emphasis on the flatness of t...
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21st Century and Contemporary IFPDA Print Fair 2015

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Etching, Woodcut

Autobiography
By Robert Rauschenberg
Located in Houston, TX
Robert Rauschenberg Autobiography, 1968 Three panel offset lithograph on three sheets of paper 66 1/4 x 48 3/4 inches each Ed. 2000, unsigned Unframed Can be displayed horizontally o...
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20th Century Contemporary IFPDA Print Fair 2015

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Lithograph

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