Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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Agnes Martin

Untitled (from Paintings and Drawings: 1974-1990), 1991

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

GBP 5,400

Marcel Dzama

A Blind Man’s Scrap Book, 2018

Drawing / Watercolor

Coloured pencil

EUR 1,800

Marcel Dzama

A Blind Man’s Scrap Book, 2018

Drawing / Watercolor

Coloured pencil

EUR 1,800

Marcel Dzama

A Blind Man’s Scrap Book, 2018

Drawing / Watercolor

Coloured pencil

EUR 1,800

Marcel Dzama

A Blind Man’s Scrap Book, 2018

Drawing / Watercolor

Coloured pencil

EUR 1,800

Marcel Dzama

A Blind Man’s Scrap Book, 2018

Drawing / Watercolor

Coloured pencil

EUR 1,800

Marcel Dzama

A Blind Man’s Scrap Book, 2018

Drawing / Watercolor

Coloured pencil

EUR 1,800

Angela Bulloch

Abracaderesalubra, 2007

Sculpture / Object

Mixed Media

EUR 580

Scott Treleaven

The Unquiet Grave 2012 , 2012

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

EUR 900

Scott Treleaven

Times Square Cinema , 2012

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

EUR 900

Scott Treleaven

Times Square red, Times Square blue , 2016

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

EUR 1,500

Scott Treleaven

Guest+Host+Ghost , 2016

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

EUR 1,500

Scott Treleaven

Without title , 2016

Limited Edition Print

Aquatint

EUR 1,800

Scott Treleaven

Space is the place , 2016

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

EUR 1,800

Scott Treleaven

The great pan is dead , 2016

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

EUR 1,800

Angela Bulloch

Night Sky, 2008

Sculpture / Object

Multimedia

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New Generation Sculpture

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New Leipzig School

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