Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is inkjet print?

What is inkjet print?

An Inkjet printer makes prints by spraying millions of ink dots onto paper. This type of printing is typically not expensive because the ink used is cheaper. Artists can use computers to create art which can be printed out in color using this technology.

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Wade Guyton

Untitled (Newsprint), 2017

Limited Edition Print

Inkjet print

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Thomas Ruff

Tripe_12 (Seeringham, Munduppum inside gateway), 2018

Photography

Inkjet print

GBP 2,185

Thomas Ruff

Nudes ree07, 2001

Limited Edition Print

Inkjet print

GBP 2,400

Thomas Ruff

Nudes em08, 2001

Limited Edition Print

Inkjet print

GBP 2,435

David Hockney

My Window. Art Edition (No. 501–750), iPad drawing ‘No. 610', 23rd December 2010, 2019

Limited Edition Print

Inkjet print

GBP 11,910

Julian Opie

Waitress, from Walking in London, 2014

Limited Edition Print

Inkjet print

GBP 20,735

Julian Opie

View of Boats on Lake below Mt. Fuji, 2009

Limited Edition Print

Inkjet print

EUR 8,675

Thomas Ruff

Tripe 09, 2018

Photography

Inkjet print

EUR 2,900

Laura Owens

Untitled for 'Texte zur Kunst',

Limited Edition Print

Inkjet print

EUR 1,100

Francesco Clemente

Untitled Self Portrait, 1993

Limited Edition Print

Inkjet print

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Wolfgang Tillmans

Studio Voltaire Edition, 2019

Limited Edition Print

Inkjet print

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Sergey Bratkov

Scream, 1998

Photography

Inkjet print

EUR 8,000

Thomas Ruff

Tripe_08 (Pugahm Myo. Thapinyu Pagoda), 2018

Limited Edition Print

Inkjet print

GBP 2,185

Wade Guyton

X Poster WG1211, 2007, 2019

Limited Edition Print

Inkjet print

GBP 6,025

Wolfgang Tillmans

Wald (Briol III), 2008

Limited Edition Print

Inkjet print

GBP 5,440

David Hockney

The studio, March 28th, 1995

Limited Edition Print

Inkjet print

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New British Sculpture

Name that refers to the work produced by a group of sculptors, installation artists and artists who exhibited together in London in the 1980s. These artists included Richard Deacon, Richard Wentworth and Tonny Cragg. Tim woods has greatly helped identify this movement by the 4 major themes, Kitsch and Pop Synthesis, Bricolage of UK urban waste, Assignment of meanings to objects and a play of wit, humor and play.

Naive art

Naïve art describes a style of artwork which is unsophisticated and simple. It usually describes the artwork of artists who have not trained in a formal academy or art school. The style is unsophisticated, simple, lacking advanced art techniques; appearing that a child made it.

Auto-destructive art

Auto-destructive art is an invented term used to describe artworks which were destroyed during the process of their creation. Gustaz Metzger clarified his key principles: The work must return to nothingness within 20 years-time, it must be self-completing and include public participation.

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