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A fabulous example of Victor Vasarely's op art lithographs. Signed by the artist at the bottom right corner and numbered.
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Reuven Rubin (Romanian/Israeli, 1893-1974) expressionist lithograph titled 'Adam and Eve' derived from the 'Visions of the Bible' (1972) portfolio.
Mid-century modern 1949 Japanese woodblock print 'Une Histoire Tres Drole. Mongols' by Paul Jacoulet
Silkscreen prints by German born artist Jo Neimeyer. Signed and numbered.
Three framed Op art silkscreen prints in black frames by artist Getulio Alviani, signed.
A vintage set of three black and white framed prints by artist William Weege. Born in Wisconsin in 1935, Weege studied printmaking and sculpture at the University of Wisconsin at Madison during the Vietnam War era, and became one of the sixties most politically active artists. He uses pop culture images and text to convey anti-war and anti-government messages.
A set of five minimalist style lithographs on paper, of contour studies in ink of nude female figures.
A pair of silk-screen prints by German born artist Jo Niemeyer (b. 1946).
These silkscreens are signed and numbered.
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.
A large silkscreen print on Japan-paper entitled "Girl at Piano"by Will Barnet. The artist was born in Beverly, Massachusetts in 1911 and studied at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. He excelled at both painting and printmaking. He would go on to teach at various leading American institutions such as Yale, Cornell and the art Students League. He changed his style throughout his artistic career; moving from Expressionism influenced work in his early career to more Abstract pieces through the 50s and 60s and finally into figurative works by the 70s. He has exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum in New York and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and his works are in the collections of numerous American museums including the National Gallery of Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art.
A pair of vintage circa 1960's Pop Art silkscreen prints, with stylized landscape in vibrant bold colors, with thick black outlines. Markings include signature to the lower right, in pencil. Very good vintage condition, wear consistent with age.
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