Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is Gestural?

What is Gestural?

Gestural is a term which describes painting with freely sweeping brush strokes. The main goal of gestural art was to allow the artist to physically portray emotional impulses. Viewers were thought to understand inner artistic thoughts revealed through the varied, yet expressive paint marks.

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Adolph Gottlieb

Chrome Green, 1972

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Serigraph

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Jim Dine

The Colorful Venus, 1985

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Lithograph

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Jasper Johns

Coat Hanger and Spoon, 1971

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Lithograph

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Sam Francis

Blue Cut Sail, 1969

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Jim Dine

12' Saddle Bench for Basil's Studio, 1968

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Jim Dine

Dorian Gray in Multi-Colored Vinyl Stripe Cape, 1968

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Jim Dine

Red Piano, 1968

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Jim Dine

Tree Lamp, 1968

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Jim Dine

Hose Lamp, 1968

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Tom Wesselmann

Monica Lying Down One Arm Up, 1990

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Jim Dine

Study for the Rings on Dorian Gray's Hand, 1968

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Per Kirkeby

Untitled, 1980

Drawing / Watercolor

Mixed Media

EUR 12,000

Hans Hartung

H-14-1973, 1973

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Woodcut

EUR 395

Larry Rivers

Double French Money, 1965

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Serigraph

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Willem de Kooning

With Love, 1971

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Lithograph

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Laura Owens

Untitled for 'Texte zur Kunst',

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Inkjet print

EUR 1,100

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Carborundum

Carborundum is the trademark name for silicon carbide crystals used as an abrasive material in sandpaper, cutting tools and grinding wheels. Artists originally used the substance for grinding lithography stones, but collagraph prints use it to create texture and tone gradients.

Textile

Textile is the term used to describe a flexible material formed by weaving, felting, crocheting, knitting or knotting long strands of natural or artificial yarn or thread. Textile artists often create their own textiles, or use selected ones in fabric art compositions.

Graphite

Graphite is a form of carbon usually used to create the core of a pencil. It can be compressed to different levels of hardness. It’s power form is applied using a brush. Graphite erases easily. It was discovered in England’s Lake District in the 1500s.

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