Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is a Serigraph?

What is a Serigraph?

Serigraph is a process used to make an image using silk screen techniques. The image is scanned from an original oil painting and digitally separated into each color used in the original. Each color is assigned a separate silk screen, and applied by hand.

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KAWS

Lost time, 2017

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

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KAWS

Alone again, 2018

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

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Antonio Saura

9, Moi, Planche 9, 1976

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

EUR 1,880

Victor Vasarely

Album internacional, 1973

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

EUR 1,000

Yaacov Agam

Untitled, 1973

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

EUR 1,150

Yaacov Agam

Untitled, 1973

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

EUR 1,150

Yaacov Agam

Untitled, 1973

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

EUR 1,150

Karel Appel

Obra gráfica, 1974

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

EUR 1,500

Helen Frankenthaler

Untitled from ''What red lines can do'', 1970

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

USD 5,150

Robert Indiana

The German LOVE, 1968

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Serigraph

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Gunther Forg

O.T. 1993, 1993

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

EUR 1,200

Robert Mangold

Untitled from "4x4x4", 1990

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Serigraph

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Adolph Gottlieb

Chrome Green, 1972

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

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Keith Haring

Plate 2 from "Bad Boys", 1986

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

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Keith Haring

Apocalypse II, 1988

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Serigraph

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Yaacov Agam

Design IV, 1970

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Serigraph

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Capitalist Realism

Capitalist realism is a German form of political pop art which sought to challenge the influence American pop art had developed in the Western world. The Cold War era Berlin movement began in 1963, and represented the ideologies of both pop art and socialist realism.

Abstract expressionism

Commonly known as the 2nd world war art movement that developed in the New York and gained popularity in American painting from as early as 1940s. Since then, it has evolved to become a unique art movement and has enjoyed being a favorite to some well known artists.

Interactive art

A form of art where the spectator is involved by the artist to achieve the art's purpose. This can be done by letting the visitor or observer "walk" around, in and on the art installation. Others may ask the spectator or the artist to become part and parcel of their artwork. Works in this category often feature computers, sensors and interfaces to respond to meteorological changes, heat, motion or other input types programmed by the maker to respond to by them.

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