Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is a pencil?

What is a pencil?

A Pencil is a writing tool constructed with a core of solid pigment, either black or colored, encased by a protective layer of wood or composite material. Pencils leave marks on paper by leaving part of the core pigment on the surface.

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David Hockney

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Drawing / Watercolor

Pencil

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Tom Wesselmann

Study for Carol Nude, 1976

Drawing / Watercolor

Pencil

EUR 85,000 - 95,000

Joan Miró

Personnage, 1980

Drawing / Watercolor

Pencil

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Mel Ramos

Peek a Boo Barbie, 1995

Drawing / Watercolor

Pencil

EUR 10,700

Mel Ramos

Study for Fonda: Sketch #1 (TIME), 1970

Drawing / Watercolor

Pencil

EUR 17,750

Mel Ramos

Study for Still Life: Sketch #2, 1995

Drawing / Watercolor

Pencil

EUR 17,750

David Hockney

Yves (Walking), 1974

Drawing / Watercolor

Pencil

USD 28,000 - 35,000

Joan Miró

Personnage II, 1979

Drawing / Watercolor

Pencil

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Anthony Caro

Sin título, 1984

Drawing / Watercolor

Pencil

EUR 5,000 - 7,000

Allen Jones

Study for Night Fever, 1990

Drawing / Watercolor

Pencil

EUR 8,500

Allen Jones

Cascade, 1999

Drawing / Watercolor

Pencil

EUR 8,500

Fernando Botero

Hunter, 1980

Drawing / Watercolor

Pencil

USD 33,000 - 40,000

Andy Warhol

Rats and Star Band Member #2 , 1983

Drawing / Watercolor

Pencil

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Neue Wilden

Neue Wilden is the term German artist used for neo-expressionism. In the 1970s and 80s, expressive painting emerged once more in the country, and artists embraced the intense colors and broad brushstrokes used. The movement grew in opposition to minimal and conceptual art.

CoBrA

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.

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.

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