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Niki de Saint Phalle Art

French, American, 1930-2002

Niki de Saint Phalle’s art is eclectic and complicated, brave and outspoken. It reveals the unbridled ruminations and opinions of her multifaceted past and transforms them into celebrations of love, life and pure happiness. This transformation reminds us that her work does not simply stand alone, it becomes part of a larger dialogue she created for us to enjoy.

A self-taught sculptor, painter and filmmaker, Saint Phalle made a mark on art history that continues to have an extraordinary dimension. Her work is represented in numerous museums and public collections around the world. In 2000, she received the Praemium Imperiale in Japan, the equivalent of the Nobel Prize for the art world. In 2014, the Grand Palais in Paris exhibited a major restropective of her work that traveled to the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, where it currently resides. Saint Phalle died at the age of 71 in La Jolla, California, in 2002.

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Artist: Niki de Saint Phalle
Invitation au Musee, original museum poster
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in New York, NY
Niki de Saint Phalle Invitation au Musee, original museum poster, 1993 Silkscreen on wove paper 16 × 24 inches Unframed (not signed) original poster; not a later reprint This stunnin...
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1990s Modern Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Screen

Brooch (Oiseau)
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in New York, NY
Niki de Saint Phalle Brooch (Oiseau), ca. 2005 Zamak, gold tone finished, nickel free (Incised Signature) Incised signature on the back of the jewelry (Niki De Saint Phalle) and the ...
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Early 2000s Contemporary Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Metal, Gold, Enamel

I Rather Like You A Lot You Fool
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in New York, NY
Niki de Saint Phalle I Rather Like You A Lot You Fool, 1970 Silkscreen on wove paper Signed and numbered 74//75 in graphite pencil on the front Frame included Signed and numbered 74...
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1970s Abstract Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Screen, Pencil, Graphite

My Love We Wont - coveted, whimsical 1960s silkscreen by beloved female artist
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in New York, NY
Niki de Saint Phalle My Love We Wont, 1968 Lithograph and silkscreen on wove paper Signed and numbered 51/75 in graphite pencil on the front Frame included: elegantly floated and framed in a museum quality white wood frame with UV plexiglass From the Brooklyn Museum, which has an edition of this work in its permanent collection: "Throughout her long and prolific career Niki de Saint Phalle, a former cover model for Life magazine and French Vogue, investigated feminine archetypes and women’s societal roles. Her Nanas, bold, sexy sculptures...
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1960s Modern Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Screen, Mixed Media, Lithograph, Pencil

Daddy
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in Paris, FR
Silksreen, 1973 Handsigned by the artist in pencil and numbered 84/150 84.00 cm. x 60.00 cm. | 33.07 in. x 23.62 in. (paper) 73.00 cm. x 54.00 cm. | 28.74 in. x 21.26 in. (image) Th...
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1970s Abstract Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Silk

La Robe Rouge (Ulm-Chenivesse 48)
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in New York, NY
Niki de Saint Phalle La Robe Rouge (Ulm-Chenivesse 48), 1970 Seventeen colored screenprint on Arches vellum paper Pencil signed and numbered 28/115 on the front and titled on the back by Niki de Saint Phalle, with artist's inventory number 29 1/2 × 22 inches Unframed This work is pencil signed and numbered 28/115. The back of the print, from the portfolio Nana Power, is titled in pencil " Rouge Robe" by Niki de Saint Phalle herself, but it is also known as "Nana Power: The Serpent". Bibliography: Catalogue Raisonne: Ulm-Chenivesse 48 Published Editions Essellier, Liechtenstein, printed by Michel Caza About Niki de Saint Phalle: Born 1930 in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, Niki de Saint Phalle moved to the USA in 1933 and spent her childhood and youth in New York City. In 1952, Saint Phalle moved back to Paris and became immersed in French and ex-patriate artistic communities. Her 1961 exhibition Feu à Volonté (Fire at Will), organized by art critic and cultural philosopher Pierre Restany at Galerie J, Paris, Saint Phalle showed for the first time her iconic Shooting Paintings...
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1970s Pop Art Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Screen

Dreaming Under a Cactus Tree and Arizona Wildlife (Set of 2)
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in Wilton, CT
Dreaming Under a Cactus Tree, lithograph in colors, on wove paper, circa 1977, signed in pencil, numbered 49/125; together with Arizona Wild Life numbered 118/125, lithograph in colo...
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1970s Surrealist Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Lithograph

Le Monstre
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in Ljubljana, SI
Le Monstre. Original color litograph, unknown year. Niki de Saint Phalle was a French-American naive artist, a sculptor, painter and filmmaker, also known for her social commitment a...
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Late 20th Century Post-Modern Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Lithograph

Niki de St Phalle Bespoke LOVE Shopping Bag
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in New York, NY
Niki de Saint Phalle Niki de St Phalle Bespoke LOVE Shopping Bag, ca. 1982 Silkscreen on paper bag 9.5 x 8 inches Unframed The edition is unknown but we h...
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1980s Modern Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Paper, Mixed Media, Screen

Jungle I
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in Ljubljana, SI
Jungle I. Original color litograph, unknown year. Niki de Saint Phalle was a French-American naive artist, a sculptor, painter and filmmaker, also known...
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Late 20th Century Post-Modern Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Lithograph

BROOCH (OISEAU)
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in New York, NY
This Niki de Saint Phalle Brooch depicts her iconic colorful bird.
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20th Century Contemporary Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Enamel

Original silkscreen poster by Niki de Saint Phalle - 18th Montreux Jazz Festival
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in PARIS, FR
Original poster printed in silkscreen, created by Niki de Saint Phalle for the 18th Montreux Jazz Festival. Niki de Saint Phalle ( 1930 - 2002 ) is a French painter and sculptor fam...
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1980s Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Paper, Lithograph

The Devouring Mother
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in Wilton, CT
With 27 full-page colour illustrations (including title). White orig. hardcover with black cover title (somewhat rubbed and soiled, back cover with minimal light...
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1970s Surrealist Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Screen

Daddy
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in Paris, FR
Silksreen, 1973 Handsigned by the artist in pencil and numbered 84/150 84.00 cm. x 60.00 cm. 33.07 in. x 23.62 in. (paper) 73.00 cm. x 54.00 cm. 28.74 in. x 21.26 in. (image) The ...
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1970s Abstract Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Silk

The Dress
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in Paris, FR
Lithograph, 1993 Handsigned by the artist in pencil and annotated HC Publisher : La Différence 76.00 cm. x 56.00 cm. 29.92 in. x 22.05 in. (paper) 74.00 cm. x 55.00 cm. 29.13 in. x...
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1990s Abstract Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Lithograph

(Nana) from Nana Power color serigraphs on Arches vellum, Editions Essellier
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in New York, NY
Color Serigraph on Arches paper from Nana Power (1970) collection publisehed by Editions Essellier, Liechtenstein. Niki de Saint Phalle (1930-2002) was born Catherine-Marie-Agnès-Br...
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1970s Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Lithograph

1976 Poster in Serigraphy of Niki de Saint Phalle Un rêve plus long que la nuit
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in PARIS, FR
Rare poster of Niki de Saint Phalle realized in Serigraphy in 1976 for her film entitled A dream longer than the night. Niki de Saint Phalle was first a model, then a mother before ...
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1970s Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Paper, Lithograph

Dos á Dos
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in Palm Desert, CA
A sculpture by Niki de Saint Phalle. "Dos á Dos" is a Post-War design sculpture, painted polyurethane in a palette of black and bright vivid greens, yellows,...
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Late 20th Century Post-War Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Polyurethane

Wicked Wicked
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in Paris, FR
Lithograph, 1995 Handsigned by the artist in pencil Edition : 250 Publisher : La Différence (Paris) 65.00 cm. x 105.00 cm. 25.59 in. x 41.34 in. (paper) 65.00 cm. x 105.00 cm. 25....
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1990s Abstract Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Lithograph

Niki de Saint Phalle-Sur la Plage I-19.5" x 13.75"-Serigraph-1999-Multicolor
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Hand stamped in black ink out of an edition of 2500 copies.
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20th Century Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Screen

Niki de Saint Phalle-Sur la Plage II-Serigraph-
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Paper Size: 19.5 x 13.75 inches ( 49.53 x 34.925 cm ) Image Size: 16.5 x 12 inches ( 41.91 x 30.48 cm ) Framed: No Condition: A: Mint Additional Details: Hand stamped in black ink o...
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20th Century Contemporary Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Screen

Daddy
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in Tbilisi, GE
Original Screenprint in colors on paper - In excellent condition - Hand signed and numbered Edition of 150 Signed
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20th Century Contemporary Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Screen

Kundalini
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in Tbilisi, GE
Acrylic paint on resin Stamped and numbered on the bottom Edition of 7
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20th Century Contemporary Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Resin

The Cashier
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in Paris, FR
Lithograph, 1995 Handsigned by the artist in pencil and annotated HC 76.00 cm. x 56.00 cm. 29.92 in. x 22.05 in. (paper) From the "Méchant-Méchant" album A self-taught, multidisci...
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1990s Abstract Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Lithograph

MY LOVE, MY LOVE
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in New York, NY
This Niki de Saint Phalle serigraph on paper depicts an array of colorful iconic symbols.
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1960s Contemporary Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Screen

LA FEMME (PORTRAIT OF MIMI) OR CLARISSA
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in New York, NY
This Niki de Saint Phalle serigraph depicts a woman centered on a black background.
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1990s Contemporary Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Screen

BROOCH (NANA)
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in New York, NY
This Niki de Saint Phalle Brooch is representative of her iconic NANA.
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20th Century Contemporary Niki de Saint Phalle Art

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Enamel

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Lettre d'amour a mon amour
By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in Llanbrynmair, GB
Lettre d'amour a mon amour Nicky de Saint Phalle Medium - Screen Print Edition - 3/75 Signed - Yes Size - 700mm x 500mm Date - c1968 Condition - Reasonable 7 out of 10. Some small tears to bottom right corner and bottom left corner and slight creasing. Colour of print may not be accurate when viewed on a monitor. Niki de Saint Phalle (born Catherine Marie-Agnès Fal de Saint Phalle; 29 October 1930 – 21 May 2002) was a French-American sculptor, painter, filmmaker, and author of vibrant hand-illustrated books. Recognized as one of the few female monumental sculptors, Saint Phalle was equally acknowledged for her social commitment and contributions. Her artistic journey unfolded in two distinct phases: an expression of feminist wrath through .22 guns fired at plaster sculptures concealing bags of wet paint, followed by a celebration of femininity through large-scale sculptures of female bodies crafted from fibreglass and polyester resin. Facing a challenging and traumatic childhood with disrupted education, she documented her experiences decades later. Following an early marriage and motherhood, she ventured into art, developing a naive, experimental style. Global attention first found her through angry, violent assemblages targeted by firearms, evolving into Nanas – lighthearted, whimsical, colourful...
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By Niki de Saint Phalle
Located in Paris, FR
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H 16.54 in W 19.69 in
La sortie de l'école
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La Marchande
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    Niki de Saint Phalle did paintings and sculptures. She also made films. Many people classify her work as “outsider art” because she had no formal training in any type of artistic tradition. On 1stDibs, find a range of Niki de Saint Phalle.
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    Art from Niki de Saint Phalle is in the collections of numerous institutions. They include the Courtauld Institute of Art in London, UK; the Museum of Modern Art in New York, New York; the Musée d'Art Moderne d'Art Contemporain in Nice, France; and Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. On 1stDibs, find a range of Niki de Saint Phalle art.

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