Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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William Eggleston

Original Signed Artworks & Limited Edition Prints For Sale

William Eggleston is the godfather of color photography. Since the early sixties, William used colored photographs to describe the culture in his local Tennessee. He used to document daily changes of scenes around him. 
William began experimenting with color photography in the early 1960s; by 1972, he had discovered a commercial way of printing photos. His new printing technique was called dye transfer.
For his achievements in photography, Eggleston won significant awards such as The Guggenheim award and The National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships.
Despite the awards, people did not appreciate his work and success in photography back then. His first exhibition received negative reviews, but his critics started appreciating his work and color photography as a whole.
Later in his eighties and nineties, Eggleston's work started bringing him some renown, and he was invited into the film industry. Film directors began asking him to take photos on movie sets. Some renowned directors who invited him to shoot photos include John Houston and Gus Van Sant.
In general, Eggleston was the first artist to use dye transfer printing and use it to make art.

William Eggleston

Untitled (Elvis, Memphis, TN), 2001/2004

Photography

Digital Print On Paper

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William Eggleston

Morals Of Vision, 1978

Photography

Mixed Media

USD 49,000

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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.

Damien HIRST | Psalm: Ad te

Damien Hirst

Psalm: Ad Te, Domine, Levavi, 2009

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

USD 21,000

Sam FRANCIS | Untitled (SF-257) from Marginalia: Hommage to Shimizu Suite | Lithograph  available for sale on composition gallery

Sam Francis

Untitled (SF-257) From Marginalia: Hommage To Shimizu Suite, 1979

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

USD 4,800

Robert INDIANA | Decade (The Figure 5) | Screen-print  available for sale on composition gallery

Robert Indiana

Decade (The Figure 5), 1971

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

USD 4,500

Keith HARING | Story of Red and Blue #3 | Lithograph  available for sale on composition gallery

Keith Haring

Story Of Red And Blue #3, 1989

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

USD 4,800