Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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Contemporary art by artists born in Hungary

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Victor Vasarely

Andromeda, 1983

Limited Edition Print

Silkscreen

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Victor Vasarely

Untitled,

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

USD 990

Victor Vasarely

Titan, 1985

Limited Edition Print

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Victor Vasarely

Kervilahuen-BL, 1985

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

EUR 1,300

Victor Vasarely

Bhopal III, 1985

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

EUR 1,300

Victor Vasarely

Olla, 1988

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Silkscreen

EUR 1,790

Victor Vasarely

Gestalt Sin, 1970

Sculpture / Object

Plastic

EUR 2,000

Victor Vasarely

Tridos S, 1987

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Silkscreen

EUR 1,590

Victor Vasarely

Untitled II,

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

USD 1,000

Victor Vasarely

Anadyr, 1973

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

EUR 450

Victor Vasarely

Altair , 1973

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

EUR 450

Victor Vasarely

Leyre II, 1973

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

EUR 450

Victor Vasarely

Tilla , 1973

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

EUR 450

Victor Vasarely

Untitled,

Limited Edition Print

Silkscreen

Currently Not Available

Victor Vasarely

Oeuvres Profondes Cinetiques,

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

EUR 1,500

Victor Vasarely

Composition Caree Relief, 1970

Sculpture / Object

Ceramic

EUR 4,850

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Mixed Media

Artwork which employs more than one medium. It is however, different from multimedia art that refers to artwork that traditionally combines distinct media of visual art. Multimedia art has a wider scope as compared to mixed media art. Many effects in art can be achieved through mixed media.

Cynical Realism

Cynical realism is the term first used in 1992 by art critic Li Xianting to describe the Beijing artist group which painted satirical social realist paintings. The group sought to depict the psychological turmoil experienced when China was struggling with new political ideology.

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.

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