Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is a Lithograph?

What is a Lithograph?

Printing method based on the principle that water and oil cannot mix. It may be used for printing artwork or text onto a paper or any other suitable material for printing. Originally, an image drawn using wax, fat or oil onto a lithographic limestone surface or plate was used.

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Massimo Vitali

Another Viaduct, Printed 2006

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Lithograph

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Robert Rauschenberg

Bulkhead, 1994

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Lithograph

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Robert Motherwell

Untitled from Madrid Suite, 1965

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Lithograph

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Henry Moore

Femme Allongee, 1976

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Lithograph

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Red Grooms

Creative Time In,

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Lithograph

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Robert Longo

Untitled (for Joseph Beuys), 1986

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Lithograph

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Willem de Kooning

Clam Digger, 1967

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Willem de Kooning

Untitled (Rainbow),

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Willem de Kooning

Untitled (For Frank O'Hara), 1988

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Robert Motherwell

Tricolor 137, 1973

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Robert Motherwell

Untitled, 1971

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Fernando Botero

The Dancers, 1983

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Antonio Saura

Kafka plate 1, 1988

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EUR 995

Ikemura Leiko

O.T. VI, 2012

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Lithograph

EUR 980

Ikemura Leiko

O.T. V, 2012

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Lithograph

EUR 980

Ikemura Leiko

O.T. IV, 2012

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Lithograph

EUR 980

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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.

Art Fabrication

A process that relates to production of technically difficult or large artworks. It happens when a designer or lone artist is unable to realize a creation of conception or design of his or her own and seeks assistance in a fabrication studio. Such a studio has access to specialized machinery, resources and the necessary labor required in order to excellently execute complex art projects.

Brutalism

Brutalism is the term used to describe the 1950s and 60s architectural style which used raw concrete construction to build block like forms as the basis for buildings. The style was often used in public housing and public buildings, featuring massive geometric concrete facades.

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