Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is Cubism?

What is Cubism?

Cubism was the attempt to depict different views of objects or figures together in one picture. Artists George Braque and Pablo Picasso began this style around 1907, and the name cubism resulted from their compositional use of geometric outlines resembling cubes.

Artwork by Fernand Léger

Sonia Delaunay

Untitled, 1969

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Lithograph

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Wifredo Lam

Untitled, 1974

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

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Al Held

Out and In, 1987

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Aquatint

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Willem de Kooning

Two Figures, 1973

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Lithograph

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Al Held

Untitled, 1989

Drawing / Watercolor

Watercolor

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Wifredo Lam

Le monde magique; La sensualitè de la femme, 1980

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Etching and Aquatint

EUR 1,600

Willem de Kooning

Untitled from Self Portrait in a Convex Mirror, 1984

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Lithograph

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Wifredo Lam

Contre une maison sèche, 1977

Limited Edition Print

Etching and Aquatint

EUR 1,000

Wifredo Lam

Contre une maison sèche, 1977

Limited Edition Print

Etching and Aquatint

EUR 1,000

Wifredo Lam

Contre une maison sèche, 1977

Limited Edition Print

Etching and Aquatint

EUR 1,000

Wifredo Lam

Untitled, 1968

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Lithograph

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Wifredo Lam

Belle Epine, from Pleni Luna, 1974

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

USD 1,350

Sonia Delaunay

Totem, 1970

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Lithograph

EUR 4,850

Wifredo Lam

El Último Viaje Del Buque Fantasma 1, 1976

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Lithograph

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Wifredo Lam

El Último Viaje Del Buque Fantasma 2, 1976

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Lithograph

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Wifredo Lam

El Último Viaje Del Buque Fantasma 4, 1976

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Lithograph

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Laser print

A Laser print is made using red, blue and green laser to expose light onto photographic silver halide paper. The exposed paper is processed with photographic chemicals to produce an archival quality print. The digital technology produces sharp images and highly uniform color.

Drypoint

Printmaking technique belonging to Intaglio family, where an image is skillfully incised to a plate using a hard pointed object or "needle" of a sharp diamond or metal point. Copper was traditionally the plate but nowadays, zinc, plexiglas or acetate are commonly used. Like in etching, drypoint is a little bit easier for a drawing artist to master compared to engraving as the needle technique is closer to the use of a pencil than the burin in engraving.

Etching

A creation of etched objects or plates by use of a strong mordant or acid to cut unprotected parts in a metal surface so as to create a desired design in the relief(Intaglio) in the metal. In the present day art especially in manufacturing, other types of chemicals are used depending on the material types available for use.

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