Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is Hyper-realism?

What is Hyper-realism?

Sculpture and Painting genre that resemble the high solution photographs. It is an advancement from photorealism. It is often applied to independent art style or movement common in Europe and the United States that was developed in early 2000.

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James Rosenquist

Fedora, 1971

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

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James Rosenquist

Sailor, Speed of Light, 1999

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Lithograph

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Robert Cottingham

Untitled V (Champs Watertower), 2005

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Mixed Media

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Jeff Koons

Balloon Swan (Magenta), 2019

Sculpture / Object

Porcelain

USD 11,900

Robert Cottingham

Rialto, 2009

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Silkscreen

USD 4,850

Robert Cottingham

Nite, 2009

Limited Edition Print

Silkscreen

USD 4,850

Robert Cottingham

M, 2009

Limited Edition Print

Silkscreen

USD 4,850

Robert Cottingham

Hot, 2009

Limited Edition Print

Silkscreen

USD 4,850

Robert Cottingham

Hi, 2009

Limited Edition Print

Silkscreen

USD 4,850

Robert Cottingham

Fox, 2009

Limited Edition Print

Silkscreen

USD 4,850

James Rosenquist

Rouge Pad, 1978

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

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Chuck Close

Phil/ BAM, 1991

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

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Chuck Close

Self Portrait (tapestry), 1993

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Mixed Media

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Chuck Close

Phil, 1976

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

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Chuck Close

#11 From Untitled (set of 6 Kates), 2005

Photography

Pigment print

USD 11,900

Chuck Close

#14 From Untitled (set of 6 Kates), 2005

Photography

Pigment print

USD 17,800

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Oil on board

Oil on board is the technique of using either wood boards which have been sanded and painted with primer, or high density cardboard covered with canvas. Either offers the advantage of using less space for storage than traditional stretched canvas on frames.

Tapestry

Tapestry is a woven form of textile. It is generally heavy, and the completed work has a decorative pattern, design or realistic depiction of a portrait or real life activities. Tapestries were hung on castle walls and behind thrones as symbols of royal authority.

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. 

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