Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is Embossing?

What is Embossing?

Embossing is the technique of decorating or creating images with a raised design. Artists often change the shape of paper to create raised edges with many levels. The process is worked from the reverse side of the paper, using a template and sanded dowel.

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Tom Wesselmann

Still Life with Radio, 1965

Limited Edition Print

Embossing

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Gunther Uecker

o.T. , 2019

Limited Edition Print

Embossing

EUR 28,000

Keith Haring

White Icons - Three Eyed Man, 1990

Limited Edition Print

Embossing

USD 9,950

Keith Haring

White Icons - Barking Dog, 1990

Limited Edition Print

Embossing

USD 14,850

Keith Haring

White Icons- Devil, 1990

Limited Edition Print

Embossing

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Keith Haring

White Icons- Radiant Baby, 1990

Limited Edition Print

Embossing

USD 14,850

Keith Haring

White Icons- Angel, 1990

Limited Edition Print

Embossing

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Gunther Uecker

Bewegtes Feld, 2000

Limited Edition Print

Embossing

EUR 22,500

Jan Schoonhoven

Untitled M-IV, 1972

Limited Edition Print

Embossing

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Bauhaus

Bauhaus was a school of art, design and architecture established in Weimar, Germany. Architect Wlater Gropius established it in 1919. Bauhaus used a method for teaching within a community of artists working together and incorporating art in the fundamentals of daily life.

Dada

Also called Dadaism, Dada was a literary and artistic movement that started in 1916 in the area of Zurich, Switzerland. It began as a rejection of rationalism and nationalism which were seen as practices that brought world war I. It also had some political affinities in addition to being an anti world-war I art. Dada activities were demonstrations, gatherings, and the publication of literary/art journals that covered culture and political topics.

Art Nucleare

Arte nucleare was the name of a Milan artist group founded in 1951. The group sought to make art which responded to the dangers and technology of the nuclear age. Their works proposed using automatic techniques, and included devastated landscapes and renderings of bomb clouds.

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