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

Sans titre, Unknown

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 2,500

Bengt Lindstrom

Untitled,

Painting

Acrylic on paper

EUR 3,100

Karel Appel

Heavy Head, 1969

Painting

Acrylic on paper

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Guillaume Corneille

L’oiseau dans la tormente , 1991

Painting

Gouache

EUR 3,670

Constant Nieuwenhuys

Gastarbeiter, 1970

Limited Edition Print

Etching

Currently Not Available

Constant Nieuwenhuys

De stoel (The Chair), 1971

Limited Edition Print

Etching

Currently Not Available

Reinhoud d'Haese

Employé de Première classe, 1968

Sculpture / Object

Bronze

EUR 7,000

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

Guillaume Corneille

Aurore sur la montagne, 1991

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 1,980

Walasse Ting

Untitled,

Painting

Acrylic on paper

EUR 4,250

Pierre Alechinsky

Untitled, 1988

Limited Edition Print

Etching and Aquatint

EUR 1,390

Pierre Alechinsky

Peau neuve, 1973

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

Currently Not Available

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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Photogravure

Photogravure is a process for printing photographs onto paper by etching the photograph on a copper plate. The plate was inked and pressed to the paper. The process created fine art photographs which have a distinctive beautiful appearance. Photogravure was replaced by the daguerreotype process.

Watercolor

A term that refers to both the resulting artwork and the medium. It is a method of painting where the paints used are made of pigments that are suspended in water soluble "vehicle". Watercolors appear luminous and are transparent because the pigments used are laid down in pure form and few fillers obscure pigment colors. By adding Chinese white, watercolor can be made to look opaque.

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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