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.

Robert Rauschenberg

Plate from Photogravures Suite 1, 1983

Limited Edition Print

Photogravure

Currently Not Available

Claes Oldenburg

Profiterole, 1989

Sculpture / Object

Mixed Media

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Jim Dine

Viennese Heart II, 1990

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

USD 2,500 - 10,000

Jim Dine

Forever, 1970

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

Currently Not Available

Claes Oldenburg

Lake Union Seattle Wash, 1972

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

USD 1,950

Robert Rauschenberg

Statue of Liberty, 1983

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

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Jim Dine

Picabia ll Forgot, 1971

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 7,000

Claes Oldenburg

Pizza/Palette, 1996

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

Currently Not Available

Red Grooms

Picasso Goes to Heaven II, 1973-76

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

USD 5,990

Jim Dine

The Jewish Heart, 1982

Limited Edition Print

Etching

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Jim Dine

The Mask, 2015

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

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Jim Dine

Lincoln Center Pinocchio, 2008

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

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Claes Oldenburg

Slicing Strawberry Shortcake, 1992

Limited Edition Print

Etching and Aquatint

USD 5,400

Jim Dine

Two Florida Bathrobes, 1986

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

USD 14,850

Jim Dine

A Beautiful Heart, 1996

Limited Edition Print

Aquatint

USD 26,500

Red Grooms

Red's Roxy, 1985

Sculpture / Object

Mixed Media

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Drypoint

Printmaking technique belonging to Intaglio family, where an image is skillfully incised to a plate using a hard pointed object or "needle" of a sharp diamond or metal point. Copper was traditionally the plate but nowadays, zinc, plexiglas or acetate are commonly used. Like in etching, drypoint is a little bit easier for a drawing artist to master compared to engraving as the needle technique is closer to the use of a pencil than the burin in engraving.

Wax

Wax is a solid material derived from plant, animal and petroleum sources. Wax can help paints to resist wear. It is used to make sculptures, wax crayons, colored pencils, and for encaustic painting; where colored beeswax shaped with special tools makes raised surfaces.

Aquagravure

Aquagravure is a technique combining several processes; including compressing wet paper pulp in a carved wood mold until the water runs off, painting the compressed paper, adding ink to the mold to print onto the painted paper, and allowing the entire work to dry.

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