Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is conceptual art?

What is conceptual art?

Sometimes referred to as Conceptualism. It is an art where idea(s) or concept(s) included in the work come before material concerns and traditional aesthetic. Many of these conceptual artworks can be constructed by any person by simply following instructions written. The concept or idea is the most fundamental aspect of artwork.

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Sol LeWitt

Plate #47, 1984

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Sol LeWitt

Plate #15, 1984

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Sol LeWitt

Plate #22, 1984

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Sol LeWitt

Plate #03, 1984

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Jaume Plensa

Untitled #3, 2020

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Etching

EUR 4,000

Jaume Plensa

Untitled #2, 2020

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Etching

EUR 4,000

Jaume Plensa

Untitled #1, 2020

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Etching

EUR 4,000

Jaume Plensa

Untitled (Triptych), 2020

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Etching

EUR 11,000

Jan Fabre

Nen Zwarten Assenbak, 2009

Sculpture / Object

Mixed Media

USD 4,850

Jeff Koons

Balloon Rabbit (Violet), 2019

Sculpture / Object

Mixed Media

USD 13,080

Sol LeWitt

Untitled #5, 1978

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Chuck Close

Self-Portrait, 1988

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Etching and Aquatint

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Ed Ruscha

Motor City (Bel Air), 2009

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Lithograph

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Jasper Johns

Green Angel, 1996

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Etching

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Ed Ruscha

Domestic Tranquility: Egg, 1974

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Ed Ruscha

Domestic Tranquility: Clock, 1974

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Ceramics

Ceramics is an art form using clay to create objects. The clay is shaped, molded and formed by hand, using specialized tools, and baked, or fired, in a high temperature oven, or kiln. Decorative color, special glazes, are painted on, and fired again to finish.

Monotype

Refers to a printmaking that is made by painting or drawing on a nonabsorbent, smooth surface. Historically, the surface was an etching plate of copper, but these days, the surface can vary from acrylic to zinc or glass. Image is transferred to a sheet of paper where the two are pressed by use of printing press. The process creates a unique print called monotype. The initial pressing removes most of the ink. 

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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