Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is Happening?

What is Happening?

Happening is the term used to describes artistic, theatrical events held by artists of the 1950s and 60s. These events were usually staged in a gallery installation or planned environment which featured audience participation, lighting, sounds and slide projections. Later, performance art included the artists.

Artwork © Allan Kaprow’s “Happenings”

Robert Rauschenberg

Page IV, 1974

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

USD 1,250

Robert Rauschenberg

Intermission (from Ground Rules), 1996

Limited Edition Print

Aquatint

Currently Not Available

Robert Rauschenberg

Tribute 21: Art, 1994

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

USD 4,950

Robert Rauschenberg

Tibetan Keys (Rectangle), 1987

Sculpture / Object

Mixed Media

USD 14,250

Robert Rauschenberg

Passport, 1967

Sculpture / Object

Silkscreen

USD 3,800

Robert Rauschenberg

Tibetan Keys (Double Bevel), 1987

Sculpture / Object

Mixed Media

USD 16,500

Robert Rauschenberg

Tribute 21: Labor, 1994

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

USD 6,750

Robert Rauschenberg

Tribute 21: Cinema, 1994

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

USD 4,950

Robert Rauschenberg

Relic (Speculations), 1997

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

USD 11,900

Robert Rauschenberg

Site, 2000

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

USD 6,750

Robert Rauschenberg

Tibetan Keys (Bevel), 1987

Sculpture / Object

Mixed Media

USD 14,250

Robert Rauschenberg

Daydream (Speculations), 1997

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

USD 12,950

Robert Rauschenberg

Tribute 21: Education, 1994

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

USD 4,950

Robert Rauschenberg

Untitled, 1997

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

USD 6,750

Robert Rauschenberg

Rays, 1973

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

USD 9,950

Robert Rauschenberg

Bellini #5, 1989

Limited Edition Print

Intaglio

USD 30,000 - 40,000

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Painting

Painting is the process of applying media to a surface, using a tool such as a brush. The term refers to both the action and the resulting object. Artists use many tools to paint, such as brushes, airbrushes, palette knives, sponges or fingers and hands.

Woodcut

A printing technique in which an image is carved into a woodblock surface typically using gouges while leaving the surface level with the printing parts. Areas cut away by the artist carry no ink while images or characters carry ink for producing the desired print. Cutting is done along the wood's grain unlike in wood engraving in which the block is cut at the end-grain. Surface is inked using an ink-covered roller that's rolled on the surface so as to leave ink on the flat surface and not on non-printing areas.

Photogravure

Photogravure is a high-quality printing process where a photograph is etched onto a copper plate. The plate is then inked and pressed onto paper, creating fine art prints with a distinctive, detailed appearance. This method, developed in the 19th century, is celebrated for its ability to produce soft tones and rich textures, making it ideal for art reproductions.

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