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Mid-Century Modern painted door panel with geometric abstract patterns; signed Karras.
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An abstract painting by mid-century artist John Seery, “Drawl”; acrylic on canvas,1975, signed on back.
A Abstract Expressionist bronze sculpture created circa 1960's by Greece-born New York artist George Koras (b. 1925), depicting an abstracted figure of a woman reading.
John Konstantin Hansegger oil painting of a rooster; c 1950’s.
An abstract expressionist painting dating from the 1980’s, heavily layered with rich tones of scarlet, magenta and oxblood.
An abstract framed and matted woodblock color print entitled 'Fantasy in Blue' no. 3, signed and dated by Japanese artist Hideo Hagiwara, depicting lilac toned rectangular forms, which stand out sharp and geometric against a field of blue-gray spatter. Markings include [Hideo Hagiwara -62] [Fantasy in Blue (3)] and [1/30] in graphite. This work of art remains in very good condition, consistent with age. Hideo Hagiwara, born 1913 in Kofu City, Japan Yamanishi Prefecture, is considered one of the most influential Japanese 20th Century artists and woodblock print artists of modern era. The artist only took up woodblock printing after 20 years spent as a painter in the 1950s, experimenting with abstract styles and new printmaking techniques. Locations of Hagiwara’s collections include the Tokyo National Museum of Modern Art, Prefectural Museums of Miyagi, Tochigi, Yamanashi, Wakayama, Oita, Toyama, Hiroshima, and Tokushima, the Carnegie Museum of Art, the National Gallery of Art, the New York Public Library, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C, the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, Amsterdam Museum of Art, Sao Paulo Museum of Modern Art, Ljubljana, Rijeka, Scopjye, Krakow, Vienna, and Dresden Museums of Modern Art.
Raised in Lithuania, Kovarsky was educated in Paris and Palestine. The product of a religious family, he later moved to Safad, the ancient cradle of Jewish mysticism and Kabbalah, before settling in New York City in 1951. He entered the American post-war scene, where he was generally understood as an Israeli artist and included in the Boston Institute for Contemporary Art’s ‘Seven Painters of Israel’, which was billed as “the first full-scale manifestation of contemporary Israeli painting.” Shortly after a warm reception at the Boston Institute for Contemporary Art, Kovarsky was honored with a solo exhibit at the Jewish Museum. In his day, the renowned Poindexter Gallery in Manhattan represented him. This modernist figure study, produced circa 1950s, depicts a portrait of a long necked figure, rendered in the abstract Expressionist style. Markings include the artist's signature [Y. Kovarsky] to the bottom right corner of the canvas. The painting is in overall very good condition, consistent with age; giltwood frame comes included, some minor wear to corners.
An abstract painting in black, red, purple and blue on white background. The piece is by American artist Sally Turner and initialed S.T. in the lower right.
An original abstract oil painting by Edmmondo Bacci (Italian, 1913-1978), titled “Avvenimento 291”, exhibited at the Venice Biennale in 1958.
Signed abstract expressionist painting, produced 1959 by Leonardo Nierman, mixed-media impasto brushstrokes on masonite.
A vintage abstract painting of blue, white, and grey shapes in bold brush strokes. Oil on board.
A vintage mixed media abstract expressionist inspired artwork titled "Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Tomorrow"by Barbara Quackenbush (1929-2012). The piece is composed of painting and collage elements. Barbara Quackenbush split time between Harrisonburg, Virginia and Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University and continued her artistic training at George Washington University and the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, D.C. and exhibited locally an nationally throughout her career. She passed away in 2012.
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