Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is constructivism?

What is constructivism?

An architectural and artistic philosophy of Russian origin that came as a rejection of the concept or idea of the famous autonomous art. The movement favored art as the best practice for the common social purposes. Since its origin in the year 1919, Constructivism has evolved and impacted in the 20th century art movements thus influencing major trends including De Stijl and Bauhaus movements.

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Piero Dorazio

Luceombra, 1972

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 1,100

Piero Dorazio

Contrario, 1970

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 1,100

Piero Dorazio

Collage di Triangoli, 1991

Limited Edition Print

Collage

EUR 2,370

Frank Nitsche

Nek-31, 2005

Painting

Oil on canvas

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Piero Dorazio

La Ribambelle des Gobelins II, 1992

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

EUR 1,200

Piero Dorazio

La Ribambelle des Gobelins IV, 1992

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

EUR 1,200

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Monochrome

Describes paintings, photographs, designs or drawings of one color or values that have one color. Monochromatic objects have shades with limited hues or colors. However, for an image, the term monochrome is often used to refer to black and white. or gray scale though it may be used to mean other combinations that contain tones of one color.

Papier-mâché

Composite material that consists of pieces of pulp or paper reinforced using textiles and bound using adhesives like starch, wallpaper paste or glue. Preparation of Papier Mache can take two methods, one uses paper strips that are glued together and the other method makes use of pulp that's obtained through boiling or soaking paper to which a glue is added. Each of the two methods has its own procedure. The results however, are not much different.

Aquatint

An Intaglio printmaking art technique. Marks capable of holding dye or ink are made on the plate by the artist then passed trough a press together with a paper, resulting in transfer of the held ink to the sheet of paper. Depending on the technique, the process can be repeated for a number of times. It uses application of mordant to a metal plate just like etching.

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