Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is the CoBrA movement?

What is the CoBrA movement?

CoBrA stands for Copenhagen, Brussels and Amsterdam; this group was formed with a desire to break away from the then existing movements. The Western society criticisms made it experimentally evolve to become a reputable international movement. CoBrA was started by Karel Appel, Joseph Noiret, Corneille, Christian Dotremont, Constant and Asger Jorn on November 8th 1948 at Notre Dame Cafe, Paris where its manifesto was signed. Their unifying factor was the need for freedom of both form and color and their working was based on experiment and spontaneity.

Artwork by Karel Appel

Pierre Alechinsky

Figaro,

Drawing / Watercolor

Watercolor

EUR 3,900

Karel Appel

Obra gráfica, 1974

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

EUR 1,500

Constant Nieuwenhuys

L'ultima cena, 1980

Limited Edition Print

Etching and Aquatint

EUR 2,990

Walasse Ting

Akt, 1988

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 1,200

Guillaume Corneille

Aurore sur la montagne, 1991

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 2,000

Walasse Ting

Untitled,

Painting

Acrylic on paper

EUR 2,990

Enrico Baj

Generale, 1961

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 1,250

Pierre Alechinsky

Untitled, 1988

Limited Edition Print

Etching and Aquatint

EUR 1,390

Pierre Alechinsky

Peau neuve, 1973

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 1,250

Pol Bury

Presenza grafica, 1973

Limited Edition Print

Etching and Aquatint

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Walasse Ting

Watermelon and Crasshopper, 1985

Drawing / Watercolor

Acrylic on paper

EUR 3,270

Karel Appel

Face, 1961

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

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Maurice Wyckaert

Compositie,

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

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Karel Appel

Kool luke singing hands, 1978

Limited Edition Print

Silkscreen

USD 2,500

Karel Appel

Sun of the incas, 1978

Limited Edition Print

Etching

USD 2,500

Karel Appel

Amsterdam clown , 1978

Limited Edition Print

Aquatint

USD 2,500

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Found objects

Found objects, objet trouvé in French, are items which an artist finds and incorporates within a work of art. Collectors have been displaying aesthetic objects in collections for centuries. But modern art uses objects with non-art functions, such as recycled or repurposed materials.

Wax

Wax is a solid material derived from plant, animal and petroleum sources. Wax can help paints to resist wear. It is used to make sculptures, wax crayons, colored pencils, and for encaustic painting; where colored beeswax shaped with special tools makes raised surfaces.

C-Print

Also known as Chromogenic or C type print. A print that's made from slide or color negative exposed to chromogenic paper containing three emulsion layers sensitized to non similar primary colors. Once the image is exposed, it is dipped into a chemical bath for each layer to react towards the chemical so as to create an image.

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