Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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Hungary

Contemporary art by artists born in Hungary

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Victor Vasarely

Untitled,

Limited Edition Print

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EUR 1,200

Victor Vasarely

Untitled,

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Serigraph

EUR 850

Victor Vasarely

Untitled ,

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Serigraph

EUR 850

Victor Vasarely

Untitled,

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Victor Vasarely

Kervilahuen-BL, 1985

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Serigraph

EUR 1,300

Victor Vasarely

Bhopal III, 1985

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Serigraph

EUR 1,300

Victor Vasarely

Olla, 1988

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EUR 1,790

Victor Vasarely

Gestalt Sin, 1970

Sculpture / Object

Plastic

EUR 1,750

Victor Vasarely

Tridos S, 1987

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EUR 1,590

Victor Vasarely

Untitled II,

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Victor Vasarely

Oeuvres Profondes Cinetiques,

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EUR 1,500

Victor Vasarely

Composition Caree Relief, 1970

Sculpture / Object

Ceramic

EUR 4,850

Victor Vasarely

Untitled,

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Victor Vasarely

Untitled II, 1989

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Victor Vasarely

Flores, 1984

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EUR 1,250

Victor Vasarely

Orgovan, 1984

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EUR 1,250

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Dada

Also called Dadaism, Dada was a literary and artistic movement that started in 1916 in the area of Zurich, Switzerland. It began as a rejection of rationalism and nationalism which were seen as practices that brought world war I. It also had some political affinities in addition to being an anti world-war I art. Dada activities were demonstrations, gatherings, and the publication of literary/art journals that covered culture and political topics.

Colour Field Painting

Colour field painting is an abstract style which features large areas of a single color. The first use of the term described the work of three abstract expressionist American painters, Barnett Newman, Mark Rothko and Clyfford Still in the 1950s.

Art Informel

Art informel refers to gestural techniques and improvisatory methods common to abstract painting during the 1940s and 50s. It is a French term for the many styles that dominated these decades. Artists use this term because these styles were based on primarily informal techniques.

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