Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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Robert Indiana

Book of Love portfolio, 1996

Limited Edition Print

Silkscreen

USD 135,000

Alex Katz

Day Lily II, 1969

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

USD 10,200

Jim Dine

Black and White Blossom, 1986

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

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Cindy Sherman

In my garden, 1987

Photography

C-Print

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Robert Rauschenberg

Most Distant Visible Part of the Sea/Umbrella, 1983

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

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Alex Katz

Straw Hat 3, 2021

Limited Edition Print

Archival Print

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Alex Katz

Halsey, 2021

Limited Edition Print

Archival Print

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Frank Stella

Les Indes Galantes I, 1973

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

USD 5,100

Robert Rauschenberg

For Ferraro, 1992

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

EUR 3,100

Robert Rauschenberg

Harp, 1989

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 2,500

Alexander Calder

Chaussette Rouge, 1970

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 5,700

Tom Wesselmann

Still Life with Lillies and Mixed Fruit, 1998

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

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James Rosenquist

Window Washer Glass House, 1978

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

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James Rosenquist

Window Washer Glass House, 1978

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

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Keith Haring

Untitled, 1987

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

USD 30,500

Tom Wesselmann

New Bedroom Blonde Doodle, 1991

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

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Sculpture / Object

A sculpture is a three-dimension object made using any one of the basic sculpting processes. These include carving, casting, constructing or modeling. Carving materials may be bone, ivory, stone or wood. Modeling and casting use clay or wax, while constructions glue materials together.

Mono-Ha

Meaning "School of things" Mono-ha originated in Tokyo in the mid-1960s. Instead of traditional artwork, the artists of Mono-ha made use of the different materials and their various properties in their works to show dismay for the industrialization that was occurring in Japan at the time. The movement ended up gaining international attention and is a widely-respected form of art.

Clay

Clay is earth which is made when rocks weather and finally decompose. It takes a long time for water to carry pieces of earth, creating muck. The muck is collected, cleaned, prepared by removing rocks, and refined by adding sand to make clay.

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