Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is lyrical abstraction ?

What is lyrical abstraction ?

Descriptive term that characterizes abstract painting type that has a close relationship with Abstract Expressionism and has been in use from 1940s to date. Lyrical abstraction may also be used to describe two distinct but related trends in the aftermath of second world war modernist artwork(painting in specific). This art movement was born in Paris, France after war.  

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Hans Hartung

L 1973-46, 1973

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EUR 2,120

Robert Motherwell

Norway, 1980

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Pierre Alechinsky

Vendredi, 1998

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EUR 1,390

Robert Motherwell

Untitled No. 8, 1971

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Pierre Alechinsky

Ligne BVV, 1983

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EUR 2,150

Frank Stella

Fattipuff, 1996

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Mixed Media

USD 21,950

Robert Motherwell

Nocturne I, 1987/88

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Hans Hartung

Lithograph XI from Farandole, 1971

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Hans Hartung

Lithograph V from Farandole, 1971

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Robert Motherwell

Untitled, 1971

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Hans Hartung

Lithograph II from Farandole, 1971

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Robert Motherwell

The Paris Review, 1965

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USD 2,200

Frank Stella

Bene come il sale (As good as salt), 1989

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Etching and Aquatint

USD 30,900

Hans Hartung

Lithograph I from Farandole, 1971

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Hans Hartung

Lithograph XVII from Farandole, 1971

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Hans Hartung

Lithograph IV from Farandole, 1971

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Carborundum

Carborundum is the trademark name for silicon carbide crystals used as an abrasive material in sandpaper, cutting tools and grinding wheels. Artists originally used the substance for grinding lithography stones, but collagraph prints use it to create texture and tone gradients.

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.

Installation

Three dimensional artistic genre and site-specific works often designed to change the perception of space. It generally applies to interior spaces. The art can be temporary or permanent and are mostly constructed is spaces like museums and galleries, as well as private and public spaces.

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