Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch


Marisol Escobar

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Marisol Escobar, born as Maria Sol Escobar, is a French artist that gained popularity during the 1960s. It was at this time that she was deeply influenced by the pop arts culture progression and she incorporated many of these elements into her work. In spite of experimenting with a variety of movements, the artistic movement that she is primarily associated with is New Realism.
« When I first sculpted those big figures, I would look at them and they would scare me. Late at night they looked as if they were alive. »
Marisol Escobar
Although she later turned to sculpture as her primary medium, Marisol Escobar began painting and drawing during her adolescent years. Religion was also a heavy influence on Escobar and had an effect on some of the works that she later produced. A student of fellow artist, Hans Hofmann, Marisol Escobar became engaged with another movement known as "Abstract Expressionism". It was in the 1950s that Marisol Escobar began to focus her talents on the art of sculpting. Some of her notable works include Father Damien and Dust Bowl Migrants. Marisol Escobar is also known for injecting close acquaintances and celebrities into her sculptures. By the 1960s she had found tremendous success and was credited as having a unique eye and diverse range of talents.

Marisol Escobar

Saca La Lengua, 1973

Limited Edition Print


EUR 1,700

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What is Nouveau Realism?

What is Nouveau Realism?

Artistic movement that was founded by Pierre Restany, an art critic in 1960 together with the painter Yves Klein during a collective exposition at a gallery in Milan. The original manifesto was written by Pierre Restany and proclaimed Nouveau Realisme in April 1960. The declaration was later signed in October the same year by a goup of nine people namely Martial Raysse, Yves Klein, Daniel Spoerri, Jean Tinguely, Arman and Pierre Restany together with the three Ultra - Lettrists, Jacques de la villegle, Francois Dufrene and Raymond Hains. Later, in 1961, these were joined by Mimmo Rotella, Niki de Saint Phalle, Gérard Deschamps and César

Arne QUINZE | My home

Arne Quinze

My Home, My House, My Stilt House, 2010

Limited Edition Print

Digital Print On Paper

EUR 1,500

Victor VASARELY | Vilag | Screen-print available for sale on composition gallery

Victor Vasarely


Limited Edition Print


EUR 2,300

Peter DOIG | House of paintings (Haus der Bilder) | Etching available for sale on composition gallery

Peter Doig

House Of Paintings (Haus Der Bilder), 2004

Limited Edition Print


EUR 1,900

Javacheff CHRISTO | Wrapped Walkways Detail WW-451 | Photograph available for sale on composition gallery

Javacheff Christo

Wrapped Walkways Detail WW-451

Limited Edition Print


EUR 11,000