Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is the CoBrA movement?

What is the CoBrA movement?

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.

Artwork by Karel Appel

Walasse Ting

Femme à l’éventaille, 1993

Drawing / Watercolor

Acrylic on paper

EUR 6,600

Walasse Ting

Femme aux éventailles, 1988

Drawing / Watercolor

Acrylic on paper

EUR 13,600

Reinhoud d'Haese

Deluxe Edition, 1989

Limited Edition Print

Etching

Currently Not Available

Guillaume Corneille

Tête de femme et oiseau pensif, 1980

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 570

Karel Appel

Personnage et cheval, 1971

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

USD 3,100

Karel Appel

Dancing Man, 1970

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

Currently Not Available

Karel Appel

Once I Was The Sun, 1978

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

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Karel Appel

Couple in Wood, 1975

Sculpture / Object

Wood

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Karel Appel

Flower with Blue Eyes, 1977

Sculpture / Object

Wood

USD 6,450

Karel Appel

Floating Family, 1976

Limited Edition Print

Stone

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Karel Appel

Plus malin et plus debile que nous, 1978

Limited Edition Print

Woodcut

USD 2,350

Maurice Wyckaert

Untitled,

Drawing / Watercolor

Acrylic on paper

EUR 1,875

Pierre Alechinsky

Reserve pour l'hiver, 1988

Limited Edition Print

Etching

EUR 4,250

Pierre Alechinsky

Energie, 1988

Limited Edition Print

Etching and Aquatint

EUR 4,500

Pierre Alechinsky

Sans titre, Unknown

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 2,500

Karel Appel

Jumping dog II, 1978

Sculpture / Object

Object

USD 19,500

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Plastic

Plastic is a material consisting of synthetic or organic compounds which can be used to mold into objects. Plastics became an artwork medium in the 20th century. Plastics can be cut into shapes to make new objects, assembled in various ways, and painted with acrylics.

Inkjet print

An Inkjet printer makes prints by spraying millions of ink dots onto paper. This type of printing is typically not expensive because the ink used is cheaper. Artists can use computers to create art which can be printed out in color using this technology.

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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