Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is a woodcut?

What is a woodcut?

A printing technique in which an image is carved into a woodblock surface typically using gouges while leaving the surface level with the printing parts. Areas cut away by the artist carry no ink while images or characters carry ink for producing the desired print. Cutting is done along the wood's grain unlike in wood engraving in which the block is cut at the end-grain. Surface is inked using an ink-covered roller that's rolled on the surface so as to leave ink on the flat surface and not on non-printing areas.

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Thiebaud Wayne

Dark Cake, 1983

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Hans Hartung

H-14-1973, 1973

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Woodcut

EUR 395

Roy Lichtenstein

American Indian Theme II, 1980

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Woodcut

USD 17,200

Albert Oehlen

Hoelle/Arbeit, 1989

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Roy Lichtenstein

Untitled (Illustration for ''Polemic'' Magazine III.1), 1957

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Richard Diebenkorn

Orche, 1983

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Georg Baselitz

The Hand ( with Hard back catalogue), 2007

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GBP 1,625

Al Held

Pachinko, 1989

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Damien Hirst

Fenbufen, 2011

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USD 6,600

Hans Hartung

H-19, 1973

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EUR 1,200

Jim Dine

Lemon and Moon, 2000

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USD 17,400

Jim Dine

Nine Views of Winter, 1985

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USD 24,950

Zarina Hashmi

Rohingyas: Floating On The Dark Sea, 2015

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USD 3,670

Asger Jorn

Dans le Sillage d’if-Aube, 1971

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USD 1,850

Karel Appel

Toute la Tendresse du Monde, 1978

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USD 1,990

Damien Hirst

Curare, 2012

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Sound Art

Artistic discipline where sound is used as a medium. Like the other contemporary art genres, Sound Art is interdisciplinary in its nature. It can engage with a wide range of subjects that include electronics, acoustics, noise music, psychoacoustics, audio media, video or film and sculpture among other subjects. Early examples of sound art include Luigi Russolo's noise intoners and other experiments done by surrealists, Dadaists and happenings of Fluxus among others.

Earth Art

Earth art was a style which emerged in the 1960s and 70s. It was part of the conceptual art movement, and refers to artworks created by sculpting the land or making structures in the landscape using earth, rocks or twigs.

New Leipzig School

A movement in modern German painting, it's the third generation and relates to how Germany today post-reunification looks like. The movement for the new Leipzig school is linked to people like Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig. Unlike the first generation of Leipzig paintings, the third generation do not have clear characteristics and messages. Instead, the paintings are a combination of figurative and abstract elements, making creativity come to the forefront.

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