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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Eduardo Chillida

Abigune II, 2001

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Woodcut

USD 3,300

Eduardo Chillida

Baitan, 2001

Limited Edition Print

Woodcut

USD 3,300

Georg Baselitz

Adler (Eagle), 1981

Limited Edition Print

Woodcut

EUR 12,850

Helen Frankenthaler

Snow Pines, 2004

Limited Edition Print

Woodcut

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Jim Dine

A Night Woodcut, 1982

Limited Edition Print

Woodcut

USD 3,980

Damien Hirst

Quinizarian, 2011

Limited Edition Print

Woodcut

GBP 9,950

Damien Hirst

Ferric Ammonium Citrate , 2011

Limited Edition Print

Woodcut

GBP 7,200

Gunther Uecker

Mappenwerke Lichtungen Blatt 5,

Limited Edition Print

Woodcut

EUR 2,200

Thiebaud Wayne

Dark Cake, 1983

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Woodcut

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Albert Oehlen

Hoelle/Arbeit, 1989

Limited Edition Print

Woodcut

Currently Not Available

Roy Lichtenstein

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

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Woodcut

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Richard Diebenkorn

Orche, 1983

Limited Edition Print

Woodcut

Currently Not Available

Georg Baselitz

The Hand ( with Hard back catalogue), 2007

Limited Edition Print

Woodcut

GBP 1,625

Al Held

Pachinko, 1989

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Woodcut

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Damien Hirst

Fenbufen, 2011

Limited Edition Print

Woodcut

USD 6,600

Jim Dine

Lemon and Moon, 2000

Limited Edition Print

Woodcut

USD 17,400

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Lettrism

Lettrism is an art form which uses letters, words and symbols to create an artwork. The art form was popularized in the 1950s in America, but was established in 1940s Paris. Lettrisme is the French spelling of the movement, and the French word for letter.

Chinese Contemporary art

Chinese Contemporary art is characterized by a profusion of styles and experimental tendencies. Avant- garde exhibitions in the 1980s were closed by government officials, while 1990s political pop and cynical realism emerged. China’s One Child policy also inspired the individual as subject matter.

Naive art

Naïve art describes a style of artwork which is unsophisticated and simple. It usually describes the artwork of artists who have not trained in a formal academy or art school. The style is unsophisticated, simple, lacking advanced art techniques; appearing that a child made it.

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