Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is Lettrism?

What is Lettrism?

Lettrism is an art form which uses letters, words and symbols to create an artwork. The art form was popularized in the 1950s in America, but was established in 1940s Paris. Lettrisme is the French spelling of the movement, and the French word for letter.

Artwork by Laure Prouvost

David Spiller

Olive, 1989

Painting

Mixed Media

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Roni Horn

To Nest, Number 5, 1997 / 2001

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

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Robert Cottingham

Rialto, 2009

Limited Edition Print

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

Robert Indiana

Love Is God, 2014

Limited Edition Print

Silkscreen

USD 17,800

Richard Orlinski

Born wild crocodile noir, 2006

Sculpture / Object

Resin

EUR 14,260

Roy Lichtenstein

Modern Sculpture with Apertures, 1967

Sculpture / Object

Mixed Media

USD 9,600

Joseph Kosuth

Titled Quotation (for L.C.), 1997

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

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Tracey Emin

For You I Love, For You I Breathe, 2012

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

GBP 8,970

Tracey Emin

Closed, 2013

Limited Edition Print

Etching

GBP 2,180

Olivier Mosset

Sans Titre I, 1997

Painting

Acrylic paint

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Ivan Navarro

Carta Visual , 2019

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 2,000

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Resin

Resin can be made from both natural and synthetic processes. The natural version is from pine sap, and the man-made kind is a dense and easily molded form of plastic. Many sculptures are made from resin, and resin can make paint colors vivid.

Plaster

Plaster is a mixture of heat treated and powdered gypsum. It is mixed with water to make a solid sculpture, cast in a mold, carved, modeled and attached to other materials. Artists have used plaster for working models and finished artwork for centuries.

Oil on canvas

A type of paint that dries slowly and consists of pigment particles suspended in oil for drying, mostly linseed oil. By adding a solvent like turpentine, the paint's viscosity may be modified and vanish can also be added to increase glossiness of the paint film that's dried. Use of oil began long time ago in Europe from as early as the 12th century where it was commonly used for decoration. It was however, not adopted to be used as a medium up until the 15th century.

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