Our gallery features works of art for sale in a variety of media and styles:

  • Alberto Giacometti

    Alberto Giacometti (9)

    “I make pictures and sculpture to attack reality, to defend myself against death and to be as free as possible.” Alberto Giacometti, a Swiss sculptor painter and drawer, developed in the 1940 ies a depicition where movement and vision meet. “Femme Bras Tronqués” is a very typical example of his later works. The long and strait forms make us think…
  • Alexander Calder

    Alexander Calder (1)

    Calder made his first wholly abstract works during these crucial years of artistic development. He invented the kinetic sculpture now known as the “mobile.” Coined by Marcel Duchamp, the word refers to both “motion” and “motive” in French. The earliest mobiles moved by a system of cranks and motors, although these mechanics were virtually abandoned as Calder fully developed mobiles…
  • Alexandra Nechita

    Alexandra Nechita (20)

    Alexandra Nechita began drawing at the age of two. At seven, Alexandra was painting with oils and acrylics, and her first exhibit was a one-woman (child) show held at a Los Angeles public library when she was just eight years old. Alexandra’s talent was instantly recognized as capacity crowds came to see her amazing and often monumental paintings. After seeing…
  • Alice Neel

    Alice Neel (5)

    Cezanne said, ‘I love to paint people who have grown old naturally in the country.’ My statement is, ‘I love to paint people mutilated and beaten up by the rat race in New York.’”   As an american portrait artist with an international reputation, Alice Neel was both a woman of her time and an artist with timeless talents. In…
  • Alistair Grant

    Alistair Grant (6)

    Alistair Grant was a great and justly-revered experimental British printmaker. He worked in the printmaking department of the Royal College for 35 years (1955 -90), acting as Head of Department 1970 -90 and as Professor of Printmaking (Emeritus) 1984 -90. He retired to pursue his love of painting. He also co-authored an important book on the life and works of…
  • Allan D'Arcangelo

    Allan D'Arcangelo (4)

    Perhaps the most interesting part of this work are the contrasts: the flat picture plane and the one point perspective highway receding beyond the picture plane, the real and the artificial as seen in the use of color, light and shape, and the abstract and representational.
  • Angelo Basso

    Angelo Basso (9)

    “ITALIAN MASTER OF THE MODERN BAROQUE” Angelo Basso is one of Italy’s most prominent figurative sculptors — an heir to the Baroque tradition of the 1600s. Basso captures the lush, assertive style of that period in his evocative female figures. His lithe, confident women miraculously glide through sea waves with the rich flowing movement of the Baroque style. Basso’s figures…
  • Animation

    Animation (1)

    Animation layouts and production backgrounds are also popular with savvy collectors. While not as popular as cel art, these production pieces are rare and difficult to obtain. The rare find of an original layout from a 1930’s Disney cartoon could fetch several thousand dollars in the marketplace. A layout is generally a scene that shows both character and scenery. Although…
  • Ann Brunskill

    Ann Brunskill (5)

    Ann Brunskill exhibits skilled competence with colored etching. Her images are overflowing with intricate detail, in an organic and playful way. She is also an honored author of hand made books.
  • Ann T. Cooper

    Ann T. Cooper (6)

    The art of Ann T. Cooper reflects her view of the world as a vibrant dynamic place in which to live, where all things can be reduced to the simplicity of colors and images that we all quickly recognize. It is easy to instantly identify with her obvious warmth and sensitivity to nature. Much of the charm of these works…
  • Anne E. Nipper

    Anne E. Nipper (2)

    Anne E. Nipper Anne started her career as an artist early in life, finding that using crayolas to decorate the dining room walls was an instant attention getter. She moved on to more complex media and began her serious study under Stan Robinson, noted North Carolina coastal artist. Her work at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill encompassed…
  • Arne Besser

    Arne Besser (2)

    Arne Besser born in Hinsdale, Illinois in 1935, received training as an artist at the Art Center School, Los Angeles. There he studied with John Audubon Tyler and Lorser Feidelsson. Beser’s approach to Photo-Realism is to draw from the urban landscape and nature a succinct “set like” image of reality. His city scenes depict New York street life alive with…
  • Barbara Kwasniewska

    Barbara Kwasniewska (6)

    Barbabra Kwasniewska was born in 1931 in Varsovia, Poland. She studied painting at the Beaux-Arts Institute of Cracow, Poland.  Kwasniewska’s group, ‘The Group of Five’, many years later dubbed the Nowa Huta Group, was one of a few such groups, social-artistic in character, that sprang up in Cracow after World War II. What basically bonded these young artists was the…
  • Bengt Lindström

    Bengt Lindström (2)

    Bengt Lindström Born: 1925 Birthplace: Storsjö Kapell, Sweeden Biography: Lindström was born in Storsjö Kapell (Sweden) in 1925. After studying in Paris with André Lhote and Fernand Leger, Lindstrom began showing his work in 1950. He has had many shows in Europe and the US. Although his art is close to that of COBRA and he was a friend of…
  • Bernard Charoy

    Bernard Charoy (4)

    Bernard Charoy is a brilliant talented figurative artist, who has continued to follow and develop his creativity instincts for nearly half a century. Charoy is, in large part, a painter of the “eternal feminine” through Charoy is known and, no doubt, will always be remembered first and foremost as a painter of women, there is something more singular, more specific…
  • Tom Blackwell

    Tom Blackwell (3)

    Photorealist painter Thomas Blackwell, born in 1938, is best known for his depictions of the urbanscape and the various reflections of windows. He started out as an abstract painter influenced by the Pop Art movement. Blackwell moved on to a primary interest in painting large-scale works featuring the gleaming surfaces of machinery, metal and glass, mainly in airplanes and motorcycles, but later…
  • Ilya Bolotowsky

    Ilya Bolotowsky (6)

    Russian-American master artist, Ilya Bolotowsky is one of the leading exponents of the neo-plasticismmovement. Neoplasticism is the belief that art should not be the reproduction of real objects, but the expression of the absolutes of life. To the artists way of thinking, the only absolutes of life were vertical and horizontal lines and the primary colors. To this end neoplasticisist…
  • Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot

    Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot (1)

    Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot was a French landscape and portrait painter as well as a printmaker in etching. He is a pivotal figure in landscape painting and his vast output simultaneously references the Neo-Classical tradition and anticipates the plein-air innovations of Impressionism
  • Charles Bragg

    Charles Bragg (5)

    Charles Bragg’s genius for poking fun at a variety of professions through classical renditions of idiosyncratic characters has given critics reason to equate his talent with that of such great satirists as Daumier, Hogarth and Bosch. His lighthearted social commentary indicates both a keen perception of the human condition and an astute observation of contemporary times. His satire translates to…
  • Chryssa

    Chryssa (3)

    Chryssa, best known for her “Luminist” sculpture in brilliantly colored neon tubing, was born in Greece and now ranks as one of the outstanding and innovative artists in America today. Chryssa has had individual and collective exhibition shows at the Museum of Modern Art, The Guggenheim, The Whitney -New York. Harvard University; Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of…
  • C. J. Yao

    C. J. Yao (6)

    C. J. (Ching-Jang) Yao, a photo-realist artist from Taiwan, creates original paintings which are contrasts between the Mondiran-like grids of the window frame and the multifold distortions given by the reflected buildings. To those who pass such glass edifices daily, it is just another building obscuring the view. But Yao creates a masterpeice of light and color, harmony and movement;…
  • David Hockney

    David Hockney (1)

    David Hockney, OM CH RA is an English painter, draughtsman, printmaker, stage designer and photographer. An important contributor to the Pop art movement of the 1960s, he is considered one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century.
  • David Leverett

    David Leverett (3)

    David Leverett (British, born 1938) Working in oil or acrylic on canvas or original lithography, Leverett’s landscapes have enormous vitality. They are about everything that we are dependent upon in the dimensions of nature: the combination of elements weather, air, sky, and earth that constitute the mass that we jive on, always in a state of change, constantly in motion.…
  • Dennis Mukai

    Dennis Mukai (2)

    Dennis Mukai’s art depicts the rarefied world of high fashion and feminine beauty with an original sense of style. Models are rendered in bright, unconventional tones and flowing lines to maintain a delicate balance between reality and illusion. The beauty of these models is idealized without losing the individual characteristics that allow them the aspect of portraiture. Typically the number…
  • Duane Bryers

    Duane Bryers (1)

    Duane Bryers was an American illustrator and pin-up artist. He remains best known for his watercolors of playful female models, particularly his recurring character named Hilda.  The old west, cowboys and indians are favorite subjects
  • Brian Elliott

    Brian Elliott (10)

    These vintage 1960s prints by artist Brian Elliott, capture the essence of the ‘mod’, ‘swinging 60s’ and demonstrate a love for and technical command of the caricature style. Though childlike and simplistic in form, each of these charming prints provides the essential details that captures the mood of each subject. Whether a brooding artist or a carefree young woman on…
  • Ernesto

    Ernesto (4)

    Ernesto was born in Portugal but at 18, his interest in painting carried him to France where he was accepted in the renowned “School of Fine Arts”, Paris.After his graduation, he decided to establish his studio in the centre of Paris. His life in Paris has a great influence upon his works; he has totally absorbed the atmosphere and the…
  • Erte

    Erte (3)

    Erté is the master of the Art Deco style. His fashion designs frequently appeared in “Art et Industrie,” “L’Illustration,” “Femina,” “Le Gaulois Artistique,” “Plaisir de France,” “The Sketch” and “Illustrated London News.” In 1929, Erté contributed an article on fashion to the 14th edition of The Encyclopedia Brittanica. Erté’s contribution to the art of the Twenties was honored in the…
  • Eugène Carrière

    Eugène Carrière (1)

    Eugène Carrière (1849-1906) was a French Symbolist, Fin de siècle artist. His work is best known for its brown monochrome palette. He was a close friend of the sculptor Rodin and his work influenced Matisse and Picasso (some see traces of Carrière’s monochrome style in Picasso’s Blue period). Eugene Carriere was a prominent, highly regarded portrait painter and one of…
  • Exhibit Posters

    Exhibit Posters (36)

    The poster art used to publicize artist gallery shows and openings are often very beautiful themselves.  The highest quality posters in uncirculated condition are considered very collectible and are perfect for framing.
  • Fran Bull

    Fran Bull (11)

    Fran Bull is best known for wildlife and other water-reflected images such as boats sailing down a river, sculpture reflected in a pond and buildings mirrored in lakes. Each of her paintings contain subtle tonal changes remarkably sensitive to the light source, usually the sun, and each image also involves the monumentous task of having to create perspective in a…
  • Francis Kelly

    Francis Kelly (3)

    Francis Kelly was born in 1927 in St. Paul, Minnesota. He received his early education in Chicago and California. He served in the United States Navy from 1944 to 1948 when he entered the Art Center School, Los Angeles. During 1951 in 1952 he lived in Paris, attending the Academie de la Grande, Chaumiere. In 1953 he went to the…
  • Frank Martin

    Frank Martin (20)

    Most of Frank Martin’s output was commercial in a purposeful way. At a time when illustrative and decorative art in Britain flourished in publishing, journalism and advertising, he proudly called himself a jobbing artist and no one could deny the technical range of his accomplishments. It is a measure of his success that in the 1970s he held no fewer…
  • Frederic Menguy

    Frederic Menguy (1)

    Frederic Menguy was born in Paris in 1927. He attended the City of Paris evening classes to become an art teacher. Since 1956, he devoted all of his time to painting. Frederic’s work is displayed in museums around the world and his lithographs feature among the collections in the Sketching Room of the National Library of France
  • Gene Davis

    Gene Davis (10)

    Known for his dazzling and immediately recognizable stripe paintings, Gene Davis emerged from the ranks of the Washington Color School to national prominence. Davis, who helped make Washington, D.C., a center of contemporary art, played a significant national and international role in the color abstraction movement.
  • Georges Braque

    Georges Braque (9)

    Georges Braque was a 20th century French painter who invented Cubism with Pablo Picasso. Along with Cubism, Braque used the styles of Impressionism, Fauvism and collage, and even staged designs for the Ballet Russes. Through his career, his style changed to portray somber subjects during wartime and lighter, freer themes in between. He never strayed far from Cubism, as there…
  • Derrick Greaves

    Derrick Greaves (9)

    A major twentieth century British painter and printmaker, Derrick Greaves studied at the Royal College of Art from 1948 to 1952. He was then awarded the Abbey Major Scholarship to complete his education in Italy, 1952 – 1954. During the 1960’s Greaves taught at both the Maidstone College of Art and the Royal Academy Schools. From 1983 to 1991he also…
  • Peter Green

    Peter Green (11)

    Professor Peter Green OBE Teacher/printmaker Peter Green studied at Brighton and the Institute of Education, University of London. Professor Peter Green OBE A former Head of Art Teacher Training, Hornsey College of Art and Dean of Art and Design, Middlesex University (Emeritus Professor), Peter has written a number of books on printmaking and is a former member of the Crafts…
  • John Grillo

    John Grillo (1)

    John Grillo studied at Hartford School of Fine Arts, Clifornia School of Fine Arts, and with Hans Hoffman from 1948-51. John Grillo’s first show was at the Howard Wise Gallery in New York City on a stormy, and by all accounts miserable day in 1961. However, Grillo’s strong application of bright yellow upon the canvas had such a great impact…
  • Guillaume Corneille

    Guillaume Corneille (23)

    As a co-founder of the famed experimental artist group CoBrA – one of the significant european art movements of the 20th century, Corneille (Guillaume van Beverloo) became a leading abstract expressionist painter and printmaker. Corneille has been linked to Klee’s idea of finding a single formula to comprise man, beast, plants, earth, fire, water and air. His works include certain…
  • Gustav Likan

    Gustav Likan (2)

    Born in Yugoslavia in 1912, Gustav Likan became known in Europe for his portraits of royalty and heads of state. He studied at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts, where he received Master Student status, meaning he was given his own private studio and model. He spent his summers in Holland, Italy, France where he visited museums and sketched and…
  • Hans Bellmer

    Hans Bellmer (2)

    Hans Bellmer was a key figure in the Surealist movment made over a hundred photos of several dolls with the assistance of his brother and his sister in-law made in the early 1930s in part as a protest against Germany’s Nazi regime, and in part out of an expression of erotic feelings… ” Entirely feminine in its depicted materials and…
  • Harvey Daniels

    Harvey Daniels (18)

    While never being a pop-artist exactly, Harvey Daniels engagement with the banal image and its bold, bright presentation continued long into the 1970s, even though in purely formal terms the underlying disciplines of abstraction remained a determining force upon his work. And with his subsequent commitment, through the 1980s and 90s, to a full abstraction of his own, something of…
  • Hilo Chen

    Hilo Chen (4)

    Contemporary photo-realist painter Hilo Chen (Yee-Lum) was born in 1942 in Taiwan and later became an American citizen. He is noted for his paintings of nudes and flowers. Chen’s craftsmenship as painter is nothing less than superb. The skin tones of his nudes seem more “real” than life itself. You feel as though you can almost touch these women who…
  • Horace Brodzky

    Horace Brodzky (13)

    Horace Brodzky (1885-1969) was a student at the School of the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, but spent most of his creative life in London. He was one of the earliest Australian artists to embrace the modern style of the twentieth century. Brodzky was the first Australian to be exhibited at the Venice Biennale (1912) and the one of…
  • Hunt Slonem

    Hunt Slonem (6)

    Hunt Slonem (born Hunt Slonim, July 18, 1951) is an American painter, sculptor, and printmaker. He is best known for his Neo-Expressionist paintings of tropical birds, often based on a personal aviary in which he has been keeping from 30 to over 100 live birds of various species. Inspired by nature and his 60 pet birds, Hunt Slonem is renowned for his distinct…
  • Igor Medvedev

    Igor Medvedev (1)

    In the paintings of acclaimed California artist Igor Medvedev, the viewer is drawn into a world dominated by serene beauty, balance and order. Strong clean forms and dramatic use of light and shadow are the hallmark of his warm, expressive style. He is inspired by the Mediterranean light, ambience, and the sense of history. His richly textured surfaces are a…
  • James Farrah

    James Farrah (7)

    James Farrah has been involved with automotives as an artist and at race tracks for over 20 years. His earlier art involved antique and classic cars. In the early 1980s he became a nationally licensed corner worker. Corner workers stand at the turns during races to wave flags, put out fires, etc. Farrah traveled the country working Indy Car, Formula…
  • James Hagen

    James Hagen (16)

    James Hagen creates abstract landscape prints using a limited palate of colors, and utilizing optical illusions, reflections and contrasting graphic elements to create hauntingly beautiful images. Hagen’s keen eye captures the stark rhythmic essence of each landscape as a vignette. We recognize Minimalist, Pop Art and even Bob Ross influences in Hagen’s distinctive approach to presenting nature reduced to its…
  • Jean Arp

    Jean Arp (2)

    Jean Arp is a sculptor in stone, bronze and wood. He is also a wood-engraver and lithographer as well as a poet and prose writer in German and French. He is one of the great artists of the 20th century and his works are included in museums worldwide. Birthplace: Strasbourg Born: 1887 Died: 1966, Switzerland
  • Jean Dubuffet

    Jean Dubuffet (1)

    Jean Dubuffet was a French painter and sculptor with an idealistic approach to aesthetics. He embraced so called “low art” and eschewed traditional standards of beauty in favor of what he believed to be a more authentic and humanistic approach to image-making
  • Jennifer Dickson

    Jennifer Dickson (4)

    “My work is concerned with levels of reality: external realities as perceived through the senses, and internal reality, which is largely irrational and intuitive. In my work I want to arrive at fusion of the two realities. Symbols are the means I use to do this. These have specific personal meanings, apart from their obvious universal ones. Communication outside oneself…
  • Jiang Tie-Feng

    Jiang Tie-Feng (2)

    The Artist Jiang Tie-Feng was born in 1938, in Ningbo, Zhejiiang Province, in China. Even as a child he displayed a great love and talent for painting and drawing, and early on he knew the course his life would take.
  • Jim Dine

    Jim Dine (3)

    Jim Dine was born in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1935. He grew up in what he regards as the beautiful landscape of the Midwest, a tone and time to which he returns constantly. He studied at the University of Cincinnati and the Boston Museum School and received his BFA from Ohio University in 1957. Dine, renowned for his wit and creativity…
  • Jim Stella

    Jim Stella (4)

    Jim Stella was born in Detroit in 1954 and was attracted to art from an early age. He attended University of Detroit Jesuit high school where he was inspired by art teacher Jim Bridenstien. In 1973 he attended Pratt Institute, NY where he studied sculpture and anatomy. He later returned to Michigan to attend the University of Michigan on a…
  • Jimmy Ernst

    Jimmy Ernst (7)

    Jimmy Ernst’s artwork was influenced by a number of powerful talents and vital currents in the art of his time. Son of Max Ernst, Jimmy drew upon the biomorphic and surreal compositions of his father, as well as Arp, Klee, André Breton, and Lyonel Feininger. His mature oil paintings, which emerged in the 1950s and 1960s, reflect the Atomic Age…
  • Joan Paley

    Joan Paley (2)

    Joan Paley, a native of Connecticut, has studied Art at Connecticut College, the University of Hartford, and the Art Student’s League of New York. The source of Paley’s artistic inspiration is nature. Her lyrical landscapes and florals display a unique blend of subtle color and dramatic form in perfect harmony and composition, creating a lasting response in all who view…
  • John Baeder

    John Baeder (13)

    John Baeder’s calculated and nostalgic renderings of “classic Americana” theme-diners have brought him great appeal and success both as painter and printmaker. His subjects have been almost exclusively isolated roadside diners and eateries. That an artist can concentrate so masterfully on one theme enticed Abrahms to publish ” Diners by John Baeder” in 1978 “In Photo-Realism, reality is made to look so…
  • John Chamberlain

    John Chamberlain (1)

    Though he is most well known for his sculptures incorporating fragments of crushed automobiles, John Chamberlain is also a highly accomplished graphic artist. These prints translate the artist’s ability to merge color and abstract form into dynamic interesting prints which capture the feeling of his sculptural works. In 1993 Chamberlain received the Lifetime Achievement Award in Contemporary Sculpture from International Sculpture…
  • John Hultberg

    John Hultberg (8)

    John Hultberg (1922-2005) is considered an abstract realist. He studied at the California School of Fine Arts and was a contemporary of Clay Spohn, Richard Diebenkorn, David Park, Clyfford Still and Mark Rothko. He articulates strong forms and design, balanced by forceful use of color. Hultberg’s palette of vibrant colors and use of wet gestural marks expresses a sense of…
  • John Lennon

    John Lennon (1)

    John Lennon Artwork is historic. Art was actually Lennon’s first love. He began drawing long before he had a guitar, then attended the prestigious Liverpool Art Institute for three years (1957-60) before the Beatles became a full-time occupation. He continued to draw throughout his life.
  • John Wolseley

    John Wolseley (2)

    Painter, printmaker and installation artist John Wolseley was born in Somerset, England. He studied at St Martins School of Art between 1957 and 1958, the Byam Shaw School of Art, London, in printmaking from 1958 to 1963 and later in Paris between 1961 and 1963. He lived and worked throughout Europe before relocating to Australia in 1976, where he travelled…
  • Jon Carsman

    Jon Carsman (2)

    “Jon Carsman did for suburban and hometown views what Edward Hopper did for cities, except Carsman eschewed a human presence.” Annette Dixon, curator of the University of Michigan Museum. Jon Carsman found the source of his inspiration in the play of color and light reflected across the framed houses, streets and country sides of small town America. His paintings synthesize…
  • Karel Appel

    Karel Appel (42)

    Karel Appel is one of the founding members of the CoBrA movement in the 1950s. Later Appel emerged as one of the most important modern artists of the 20th century for his use of color. Appel is held in the collections of innumerable museums worldwide. “My paint tube is like a rocket which describes its own space. I try to…
  • Lamar Briggs

    Lamar Briggs (6)

    Lamar Briggs finds the inspiration for his art in landscapes and seascapes – the play of light and shadow in the desert, under the sea, in the continually changing wind of the sky. Even with images derived from plant forms of feathers in a Hopi ceremonial dance, what interests Briggs is not so much the objects themselves but the way…
  • Larry Zox

    Larry Zox (9)

    Larry Zox is one of the principal representatives of the generation of young painters following the era of the Abstract Expressionists. As a reaction he utilized geometric forms in a mechanistic format and fewer contrasted colors in a design which is based upon improvisation. His works conform to the modern idea that art must be done with fluidity, acceleration, and…
  • Thomas Lenk

    Thomas Lenk (3)

    Thomas (Kasper) Lenk – German sculptor, born in Berlin. Moved in 1944 to Wittemberg. Studied stone-carving briefly at the Stuttgart Academy. From 1953 worked independently as a sculptor. Began by making very stylized figurative works, then sculptures resembling ruined, burnt-out buildings or landscape forms like stalagmite miniature-mountains growing out of the base. First one-man exhibition at the Galerie Boukes, Wiesbaden,…
  • Lester Johnson

    Lester Johnson (9)

    Known as a second-generation abstract expressionist, Lester Johnson studied at the Minneapolis School of Art and the St. Paul Art School. There he was introduced to Hans Hofmann’s teaching approach, particularly the “push and pull” effects of form and color. What are we to make of the vacuous stares of these beautiful people dressed in their highly fashionable attire? The…
  • Rene Magritte

    Rene Magritte (1)

    René François Ghislain Magritte (21 November 1898 – 15 August 1967) was a Belgian surrealist artist. He became well known for a number of witty and thought-provoking images. His intended goal for his work was to challenge observers’ preconditioned perceptions of reality and force viewers to become hypersensitive to their surroundings.
  • Manuel Robbe

    Manuel Robbe (4)

    “The prints of Manuel Robbe are valued for their wide-ranging palette and an imagery whose familiarity is often transcended by reportorial detail. Robbe’s depictions of daily life – particularly of women shown in artists’ studios, en promenade with a companion or child, or in intimate rendezvous – make him a leading chronicler of Belle Epoque society.” via Fitch-Febvrel Gallery by Helen…
  • Mara Tran-Long

    Mara Tran-Long (2)

    Mara Tran-Long is a French visual artist who was born in 1935. Several works by the artist have been sold at auction, including ‘Portrait de femme à la fleur blanche’ sold at Aguttes, Neuilly ’19th Century & Modern Paintings’ in 2011
  • Leonard Marchant

    Leonard Marchant (3)

    Leonard Marchant was born in Cape Town, South Africa. He studied at St Martin’s School of Art, London and the Central School of Arts and Crafts, London, where he later taught etching for 20 years. He specialised in mezzotint and his works were included in over 100 exhibitions during his lifetime. The painter and printmaker came to England in 1950.…
  • Mati (Abdul) Klarwein

    Mati (Abdul) Klarwein (5)

    Andy Warhol said that Mati Klarwein was his “favorite painter.” Indeed, artists, musicians and actors have collected his works since the 1960’s. Klarwein’s work first came to the notice of the world when Carlos Santana chose his work for the cover of the LP “Abraxas.”. Also memorable was his LP Cover art for Miles Davis’ “Bitches Brew”. It was probably…
  • Takesada Matsutani

    Takesada Matsutani (12)

    A contemporary Japanese painter, sculptor and printmaker, Takesada Matsutani has been exhibiting his abstract art in major exhibitions in Europe, America and Japan since the early 1960’s. Some of the most important printmaking exhibitions his art has been featured include the 1986 exhibition at the Musee de Louvain-la-Neuve, France (along with Chillida, Tapies, Miro and others) and the 1987 showing…
  • Roberto Matta

    Roberto Matta (19)

    Roberto Matta (Chilean-born French Surrealist/Abstract Expressionist Painter, ca. 1912-2002) is without a doubt one of the most important 20th century Latin American artists, who along with Dalí, Miró, Max Ernst, Yves Tanguy, Man Ray, and Magritte, exercised a great influence on American Surrealism. These works express the influence of the collective subconscious icons, south american & popular culture, and psycho-sexuality.…
  • Max Papart

    Max Papart (8)

    Max Papart (1911 – 1994) was born in Marseilles, France in 1911. Papart began his career as a landscape painter. His work evolved into abstraction, and he gained a reputation as the heir to classic cubism. Through the years he has developed spiritual affinities with other styles and schools. Elements of Etruscan, archaic European, African, and pre-Columbian art have influenced…
  • Peter Max

    Peter Max (56)

    Beginning in the 1960s Peter Max has been rendering vibrant cosmic landscapes which have striking visual parallels to the themes that were being expressed by The Beatles; mind expansion, intergalactic journeys, fantastic timeless landscapes, colorful portraits of curious characters, and above all love for fellow man. Certainly the subject of Max’s work often reflects his own social and spiritual interests…
  • William C. Maxwell

    William C. Maxwell (2)

    These lithographs evidence a very unique approach to the medium of printmaking. The imagery has resulted from William C. Maxwell’s preoccupation with process as motif, wherein the medium is pushed beyond normal boundaries in order to achieve a visual statement that unifies the method with the resultant image. These prints represent a very close study of the developing stone lithograph…
  • Michael Challenger

    Michael Challenger (14)

    Michael Challenger’s work is a powerful interplay of op-art and constructivism. His graphic work evokes the counter- play of shapes, forms and color of his predecessors, including Albers and Escher; but in a stronger and yet playful way. Although Challenger ably plots new horizons with his illusionist scenery, his concern is more with the credible realization of improbable figures without…
  • Michael Hasted

    Michael Hasted (7)

    Great surealist work is typically perplexing, mysterious, familiar, dream-like, ominous and timeless, juxtoposing images from the world and the subconscious. Hasted’s works have a simple haunting beauty that is enigmatic and a delight to view. Since 1973 Michael Hasted has achieved great acclaim for his surrealist oil paintings. His unique style, which is reminiscent of Magritte and the other great…
  • Jan Mladejovsky

    Jan Mladejovsky (2)

    Mladejovsky trained at art school in Prague before coming to the Slade during the Czech uprisings in 1968. He studied for an undergraduate diploma, followed by an extra post-graduate year. Subsequently, he taught at Croydon College and went to paris supported by a British Council Grant. In 1982 he was awarded the Wilhelm-Lehmbruck-Stipenium, a fellowship given by the City of…
  • Moser

    Moser (3)

    Moser was a popular New York City artist of the 1980s decade, a time when Art Deco and strong graphic style were emergent in popular art and culture. Moser called his concept “New Heroicism” – a modern interpretation drawn from the Art Deco, Mannerist, pre-Raphaelite and Romanic periods of Art. Greek, Roman and Egyptian mythological elements also inform and influence…
  • Moshe Castel

    Moshe Castel (8)

    Moshe Castel (1909-1992) often used Judaic symbolism in his artworks. He became famous for his work using basalt found in the black rock, which is indigenous to several areas of Israel. Many of his paintings are characterized by his creation of what appears to be an ancient form of writing. These symbols are painted in relief utilizing the black rock…
  • Lowell Nesbitt

    Lowell Nesbitt (9)

    Lowell Nesbitt emerged as one of the most important American artists dealing with realism. Born in Baltimore, he started to paint seriously in Washington during the late 1950’s. First exhibited at the Obelisk Gallery, Washington, D.C. in 1957, his paintings, prints and drawings are in many public and private collections throughout the world and he has had one-man shows at…
  • Nicholas Krushenick

    Nicholas Krushenick (4)

    One of America’s premier Pop artists, Nicholas Krushenick’s work consists of geometric abstract motifs whose shapes were outlined in heavy black lines. In this regard his original prints were often compared to those of Pop Art cohorts Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol, but unlike these masters Krushenick avoided any imagery from commercial art. More than one critic termed the art…
  • Nile Jade

    Nile Jade (2)

    Nile Jade mainly painted for her own private pleasure and amusement at first. Her interest in exhibiting her art works started only when she was 38 years old upon the strong encouragement from close friends as well as reliable appraisals and confidence given by other art admirers who have seen her art works. The technique that Jade employs is very…
  • Norma Machado

    Norma Machado (1)

    Norma, an accomplished artist, member of the New Hampshire Art Association, Signature member of the American Pastel Society and former member of the Copley Art Association, was instrumental in creating Art Round Town and served as a board member of the New Hampshire Art Association.
  • Norman Ackroyd

    Norman Ackroyd (8)

    One of Britain’s most famous contemporary printmakers, Norman Ackroyd studied at Leeds College of Art (1956-1961) and at the Royal College of Art (1961-1964). Since that time his art has been widely exhibited throughout the world. Some of the many museums which include his original prints in their permanent collections are, the British Museum, the Tate Gallery and the Victoria…
  • Ossip Zadkine

    Ossip Zadkine (2)

    ‘Zadkine was a sculptor of Russian descent who spent most of his life in France. Le musee Zadkine in Paris is a house in which the sculptor (like Rodin) lived for a while. One is walking along a typical street, to find the museum down an alleyway, and through a multidimensional warp, where they amazingly take francs in payment for…
  • Patrick Caulfield

    Patrick Caulfield (9)

    Patrick Caulfield British master painter and printmaker, Patrick Caulfield is best known for his minimalist Pop Art artworks. Trained at the Chelsea School of Art and Royal College of Art, his first one- man show was held at the Robert Fraser Gallery, London, in 1965. While he generally uses traditional subject matter, like landscapes and still- life, his style and…
  • Pauline Aitken

    Pauline Aitken (4)

    As a woman artist, Pauline Aitken has explored the feminine inner vision, and also a unique view of science and its relationship to art. As a young artist her work was recognized in 1968 at the British International Print Biennale. Continuing through the years winning awards, she has recently received the Arts Business and Employees’ and the Arts, Business and…
  • Peter Baum

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    Peter Baum studied at the Arts Students League and at the Brooklyn Museum. He collaborated with Ralph Cowan the eminent Painter of a well-known personalities he holds a U.S. patent on color fusion process used for producing art in plastics which achievement was recognized by the Eastman Kodak company which commissioned him to produce two murals for the Eastman pavilion…
  • Peter Blake

    Peter Blake (6)

    Sir Peter Thomas Blake, CBE, RDI, (born 25 June 1932, in Dartford, Kent) is an English pop artist, best known for his design of the sleeve for the Beatles’ album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. He has also designed an exclusive collage for Chelsea Football Club for the 2010 season. He lives in Chiswick, London, UK. During the late…
  • Peter Grass

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    Peter Grass was born in post-WWII Europe and retains both the influence of the pre-war constructivists along with the optical effects of American post-war geometric abstraction. Throughout the 1960s & 70s Peter Grass lived and exhibited in New York City, which obviously informs both his use of color and his overall style.
  • Peter Keefer

    Peter Keefer (7)

    The graphic designs of Peter Keefer depict the land configurations and canyon colors of the Southwest US.   Born in 1933, Keefer received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from the California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland in 1958. His interest in printmaking developed shortly afterward, and he continued his training with graduate studies at California State University…
  • Peter Olley

    Peter Olley (7)

    “The etchings were made in London during the swinging sixties, a period of intense optimism following long years of austerity after the war. This had a vibrant effect on music, art, fashion, film, etc, and I was indeed fortunate to be a beneficiary as I completed my studies at the Royal College Of Art and began my career as an…
  • Georg Karl Pfahler

    Georg Karl Pfahler (4)

    After the first years of his studies at the Nuremberg ‘Akademie der Bildenden Künste’ in 1948/49, Pfahler transferred to the Stuttgart art academy, which he attended until 1954. Although Pfahler had mainly worked in ceramics during his studies, as a freelance artist, he focused increasingly on painting. After his early ‘Metropolitan’ pictures, Pfahler developed pictorial configurations around 1956, in which…
  • Philippe Noyer

    Philippe Noyer (8)

    Philippe Noyer started his painting career in 1943. That same year he met the famous Paris art dealer, Emmanuel David, who promoted world-known “School of Paris” painters from 1943 – 1950. David immediately put Noyer on contract with the prestigious DROUANT-DAVID Gallery of Paris. Parallel to his paintings, which at the time, represented owls wrapped in leaves and round-faced urchins…
  • Pierre Alechinsky

    Pierre Alechinsky (14)

    After completing his studies at the École Nationale des Arts Décoratifs in 1947, Pierre Alechinsky immediately became one of the founders and most active members of the CoBrA group . He began working with other members ‘four-handed’, especially with Appel and Dotremont, producing oil paintings filled with a multitude of small figures; his taste for ironical titles and curved lines…
  • Pierre Clerk

    Pierre Clerk (5)

    The images of Pierre Clerk’s graphic works directly relate to ideas he uses in his painting, tapestries and sculpture. Big, bold and commanding, these images, although associated with a North American point of view, have worldwide appeal. Biography: Education: McGill University (Montreal), Loyola College Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Academy Julien (Paris),Academia di belle Arti (Florence, Italy) Scholarships and awards:…
  • Arman

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    Henry Martin describes Arman as a ‘…virtuoso assembler and dimantler.’ Utilizing familiar objects, Arman presents them out of their expected context and recombines them in new, provocative ways. With his diverse “vocabulary” of images and materials, which include such unusual things as rusted saxophones, automobile parts, broken dolls hands, busted violins, permanent press shirts, stainless steel teakettles, and even fresh…
  • Isabelle Planté

    Isabelle Planté (2)

    Isabelle Planté was born in 1949 at PAU (FRANCE). From her earliest childhood she says she was drawn to painting and drawing. Her earliest recognition came when she won a poster competition at the age of fifteen. At the age of seventeen, she entered Art School, then continued her studies at the prestigious Ecole des arts Décoratifs in Paris. For…
  • John Plumb

    John Plumb (5)

    About the Artist: John Pumb Born 6 February 1927 at Luton. “In the late seventies I decided to return from abstraction to a figurative area of expression, but I did not want to involve myself in what has been called “homeless representation”. This refers to an area of painting where the elements and idioms of abstract painting are imposed on…
  • Postage Stamps

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    These stamps are all officially recognized postal issues which can be used to mail letters and which are regularly described and illustrated in the world’s stamp journals. They are listed by standard catalogues such as “Stanley Gibbons Postage Stamp Catalogue” (London), and “Scott’s Standard Postage Stamp Catalogue” and “Minkus New World Wide Stamp Catalogue” (New York). More to the point,…
  • Mel Ramos

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    Fifty years ago artists such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, and James Rosenquist on the East Coast counted among their leading West Coast Pop counterparts Mel Ramos. All worked with imagery garnered from popular culture and the mass media. Comic book heroes, movie stars, and advertising served as the iconoclastic subject matter of these then radical figurative painters. Pop art values…
  • Robert Rauschenberg

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    Robert Rauschenberg is the quintessential Pop Artist. Like Andy Warhol and Mel Ramos, he elevated the icons of everyday life into a personal language of symbols and signs. These ordinary consumer and cultural artifacts hold a powerful, if not somewhat mythic, presence when given our direct aesthetic attention.
  • René Gruau

    René Gruau (2)

    René Gruau, an Italian-born artist who made his name in Paris and New York as an illustrator for fashion houses, women’s magazines, nightclubs and ballet companies. René Gruau astounds us simply by the immensity of his work, his modernity, his simplicity and his utter elegance. He is a virtuoso performer of the greatest names in fashion, the most prestigious brands,…
  • Reynolds Beal

    Reynolds Beal (3)

    Reynolds Beal was born in New York City in 1867 and he showed artistic ability from an early age. He first studied at Cornell University (naval architecture), but seriously studied painting with William Merritt Chase in Shinnecock, Long Island in the 1890s and then went to Europe to study with Henry Ward Ranger. From the beginning, Beal’s playful, sparkling, fun-filled,…
  • Brian Rice

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    During the 1960s Brian Rice produced luminous, hard edged abstract paintings and prints, which achieved national and international publicity and acclaim, and quickly found their way into international collections. The roots of inspriration lay not in the 50s and 60s icons of the ‘Pop’ era but rather more in the De Stijl and European Constructivists of the 20s and 30s.…
  • Richard Bernstein

    Richard Bernstein (2)

    Few artists have fared well in both the aesthetic and commercial art scene; Richard Bernstein is one. As a pop artist painter and illustrator, he portrays simple shapes and forms with infinite beauty. As a “chronicler of his times,” his portraits of Salvador Dali, Ryan O’Neal & Racquel Welch exemplify the ‘pop art’ genre. He had the singular honor of…
  • Richard Lindner

    Richard Lindner (5)

    Painter Richard Lindner’s highly idiosyncratic work incorporates elements of his personal history, as well as literary associations. The element of introspection separates his work from pop art. He used flat areas of rich, sometimes garish, colors separated by hard edges, to present ambiguous perspective. He modeled clothing, faces and body parts. His favorite subject was bizarre women. Corsets and straps…
  • Richard Mortenson

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    Richard Mortenson (b Copenhagen, 23 Oct 1910; d Copenhagen, 12 Jan 1993). Danish painter and stage designer. He studied at the art academy in Copenhagen from 1931 to 1932. In 1932 he visited Berlin with the painter Ejler Bille and saw paintings by Vasily Kandinsky, after which he began to make abstract pictures with pure, geometrical forms. He was also attracted…
  • Robert Beauchamp

    Robert Beauchamp (6)

    Robert Beauchamp was born in Denver, Colorado, in 1923. His high school teacher, R. Idris Thomas, who facilitated his winning a scholarship to the Colorado Springs Arts Center, nurtured his childhood interest in art. There Beauchamp studied with Boardman Robinson. Beauchamp was awarded a Fulbright travel grant to paint in Florence and Rome in 1959. In later years, he was…
  • Robert Bennett

    Robert Bennett (12)

    Robert Bennett is an abstract artist of unusual ability and talent. His compositions are colorful, energetic and dynamic. At first glance these vibrant prints seem wild and chaotic. Upon further inspection we find all varieties of abstracted objects; men, magnets, multi-legged machines and animals of every description. Bennett’s superior command of print techinque shows the influence of other abstract print-masters;…
  • Robert Broner

    Robert Broner (3)

    Robert Broner introduced many printing techniques central to the growth of twentieth century fine art graphics. In a New York one-man-show in 1955, he exhibited an original development of the monotype, the Texture Imprint. Broner was one of the first to print from found electric circuits when circuit boards were still in their infancy. He also printed from metal collages,…
  • Romare Bearden

    Romare Bearden (20)

    Romare Bearden is regarded as one of America’s master painters and collagists. Bearden is known as an innovator, integrating many techniques to achieve his unique style of collage. His childhood memories and art historical influences are blended and transformed to create an original and exciting narrative on African-American history and the dynamic world of jazz. He is famous for his…
  • Ronald Fuller

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    Ron Fuller is a British artist and toy designer. Fuller was born in 1937 and went to Art Schools in Plymouth and Falmouth before studying Art and Theatre Design at the Royal College of Art. After a career in teaching he began making wooden toys for a living in 1972. His work is highly sought after and has been exhibited…
  • Ronald King

    Ronald King (7)

    Ronald King Born 1932 in San Paulo, Brazil. Studied at Chelsea School of Art, London. Then became Publishing Art Director at Maclean Hunter, Canada. From there he devotes full time to printmaking in his own studio. In 1959 was awarded the Ontario Society of Artist, Forrester Award.
  • Ronald Mallory

    Ronald Mallory (1)

    Ronald Mallory (born 1939) is an artist who worked in New York and now lives in Mexico. In the sixties he was one of the foundational members of the kinetic art movement. In particular, his works involving mercury and acrylic have become icons, and are represented in many collections, including the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan. Mallory was a…
  • Jay Rosenblum

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    Jay Rosenblum Born in 1933, Jay Rosenblum has taught at Hunter College, the School of Visual Arts in NY and the Cleveland Art Institute. Primarily an abstract artist, he has exhibited in some of the finest galleries in New York and the Northeast. His colorful prints appear in the permanent collections of the Whitney and Corcoran.
  • Ruffin Cooper

    Ruffin Cooper (9)

    During his short life, San Francisco based artist Ruffin Cooper attained success both as an internationally recognized artist and highly accomplished commercial photographer whose photographs appeared in many exhibitions and publications worldwide. Cooper was best known for his monumental photographs of architectural subjects such as the Statue of Liberty and the Golden Gate Bridge
  • Mark Sabin

    Mark Sabin (8)

    Mark Sabin is a fantasy painter, blending elements in a juxtaposition that surprises the audience. Sabin is quoted describing his work as “unconscious dictation.” Sabin’s paintings are in various collections including the Museum of American Folk Art in New York City. His works have appeared on magazine covers, record jackets, and brochures.
  • Tito Salomoni

    Tito Salomoni (6)

    Tito Salomoni devoted himself to surrealism for more than twenty years begining in 1968. He succeeds through the effectiveness of his colors as well as through the dream-like imagination which is the characteristic element of surrealist painting. The work of Salomoni takes the shape of a charade and the spectator is given the task of finding the answer. The artist,…
  • Sam Karres

    Sam Karres (26)

    Born in Wyandotte, Michigan in 1929, Sam Karres earned a B.F.A. and M.A. in art from Wayne University. He worked as an illustrator for Ford Motor Company for 25 years has spent the last 20 years as a full-time artist. “In surveying the paintings of Sam Karres, a passel of other artists leap to mind. There are bold contours reminiscent…
  • Sharon Sutton

    Sharon Sutton (4)

    Sharon Sutton is a renowned researcher, author, artist and lecturer. Her fine art has been exhibited and collected by galleries, museums, businesses and universities across America. She was inducted into Michigan’s Women’s Hall of Fame of Life Achievements
  • Birgit Skiold

    Birgit Skiold (5)

    The name Birgit Skiøld is quite well known as an internationally reknowned Grand Prize for printmaking. But she herself was also a well regarded Swedish woman artist, printmaker, painter and photographer well ahead of her time. She played a significant and lasting role in the development of British printmaking begining in the 1950s when she founded of one of the…
  • Sorel Etrog

    Sorel Etrog (2)

    Sorel Etrog, CM (August 29, 1933 – February 26, 2014) was a Romanian-born Canadian artist, writer, and philosopher best known for his work as a sculptor. He specialised in modern art works and contemporary sculpture. Etrog’s work probes the relationship between man and machinery and attempts to illustrate an expressive intersection between the individual and industrialism. The machinery of the manufacturer…
  • Raya Sorkine

    Raya Sorkine (3)

    Raya Sorkine’s work has been compared with that of Marc Chagall. Indeed he is of French and Russian parentage and this fusion of heritage has provided him with an inexhaustible source of inspiration since he first embarked on his art career. The cheerful symphony of colors in these fine prints complements the magical happines we sense in the sensitive eyes…
  • Raphael Soyer

    Raphael Soyer (22)

    Born in 1899, Raphael Soyer came to the United States from Russia in 1912, and studied art at Cooper Union, the National Academy of Design, and at the Art Students League. He was the founder, along with such other realist artists as Edward Hopper, Ben Shahn, and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, of Reality , an influential art magazine of the 1950’s. Technical…
  • Julian Stanczak

    Julian Stanczak (10)

    Julian Stanczak Born in Poland in 1928, Stanczak was forced to leave his native land due to the outbreak of World War II. During the next ten years he travelled and lived in the USSR, Iran, Iraq, West Pakistan, East Africa, and England before coming to the United States in 1950. A student of Albers and a colleague of Anuskiewicz,…
  • Bill Sullivan

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    Bill Sullivan is a painter who “stretches the limits.” In describing his style, he quotes a passage from a prose poem ” The Recital” by John Asherey: We are trying with mortal hands to paint a landscape Which would be a faithful reproduction of the exquisite and terrible scene which stretches around us “There’s stuff out there that talks to…
  • Donald Sultan

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    The work of Donald Sultan is voluminous and varied. Since 1975, when he arrived in New York, Sultan’s creative energy has manifested itself in the media of paint, printing, and sculpting. His extensive body of work has placed him at the forefront of contemporary art, where he has become best known for his ability to successfully merge the best of…
  • Philip Sutton

    Philip Sutton (10)

    Philip Sutton studied under William Coldstream at the Slade School of Fine Art Sutton’s first one-man show was held at Roland, Browse and Delbanco in 1956, the year he was elected a Member of the London Group. This was followed by many solo exhibitions throughout the UK. The works of Philip Sutton are compositions of primary colors in bold areas,…
  • Tess Jaray

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    Tess Jaray studied at St. Martin’s School of Art and the Slade School of Fine Art. She was awarded the Abbey Minor Travelling Scholarship to travel to Italy in 1960 and in 1963 had her first individual exhibition of paintings at the Grabowski Gallery, London. Since then she has exhibited regularly in Britain and abroad. The 1980’s were marked by…
  • Walasse Ting

    Walasse Ting (17)

    Walasse Ting (DING XIONGQUAN) (October 13, 1929 – May 17, 2010) Born in Wuxi, China in 1929, but raised in Shanghai, Walesse Ting is a self-taught painter, sculptor, graphic artist, and poet who began his life as an artist at a very young age, painting on sidewalks. He left China in 1949 and settled for a six year period in…
  • Theo Tobiasse

    Theo Tobiasse (7)

    Theo Tobiasse, master of the Paris School, was born in Jaffa, Israel in 1927 of Lithuanian parents. His father, a Zionist who was a printer by profession, had brought the family to Jaffa from Lithuania in 1925. Because of financial difficulties, the family returned to Lithuania when Tobiasse was still very young. However, by 1931 the family had settled in…
  • Julian Trevelyan

    Julian Trevelyan (8)

    Julian Trevelyan British artist, founding member of the British Surrealist group in the 1930s, who often infused his work with a sense of humour and fantasy. While attending the University of Cambridge (1928–30), Trevelyan became so impressed by the dreamlike imagery of French Surrealism that he went to Paris to study at Stanley William Hayter’s Atelier 17 printmaking studio. Trevelyan…
  • Trevor Allen

    Trevor Allen (20)

    The printmaker Trevor Allen claimed that there were two major influences upon his work: traditional Japanese printmakers like Kunisada and Utamaro, and the childhood world of the Dandy and Beano and Hergé’s Adventures of Tintin. Allen was born in Portsmouth in 1939, as Trevor Abbott. He adopted his stepfather’s surname, Allen. After national service in the Royal Anglian Regiment –…
  • Ian Tyson

    Ian Tyson (22)

    Ian Tyson, British painter, printmaker and book artist, was born in Wallasey, Cheshire, England, in 1933, and studied at the Birkenhead School of Art. He taught drawing and printmaking at the Farnham School of Art (1959-1966), the St. Martin’s School of Art (1964-1984) and the Wimbledon School of Art. He was a visiting professor at the Royal College of Art…
  • Valerio Adami

    Valerio Adami (3)

    Valerio Adami was born in Bologna on March 17, 1935. At the age of 16, he began to study under Achille Funi at the Brera academy in Milan. During his studies Adami met Kokoschka and Matta in Venice. After his studies he traveled to Paris in 1955. In 1957 Adami held his first solo exhibition in Milan and began to…
  • Victor Vasarely

    Victor Vasarely (4)

    Best known as the “father” figure of Op Art, Vasarely went through a number of styles to get there. During his start as a graphic designer, he was influenced by the artists of the Bauhaus and early Abstract Expressionism. He unstintingly took these principles to new levels of geometric precision and fostered the Op Art movement. His brilliant works went…
  • Warrington Colescott

    Warrington Colescott (12)

    Warrington Colescott Working in that area which he calls “..that black zone between tragedy and high comedy, where with a little pull or push one way or the other you can transmute screams into laughter…” Colescott examines the society of today, its virtues and its inequities. To strengthen satire, he juxtaposes humor and violence; to reinforce a comment on a…
  • Paul Wegner

    Paul Wegner (5)

    Paul Wegner was given his first large commission by the National Geographic Society in 1976. The project required Wegner to create 9 life size figures of primitive man for their new museum exhibit in Washington D.C. Wegner had meetings with archeologists from the Smithsonian, such as Mary Leaky, Dr. Dale Stewart, and many more from National Geographic, including their very…
  • Will Barnet

    Will Barnet (4)

    Will Barnet was born in Beverly, Massachusetts, and studied at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts School and then at the Art Students League in New York. He later taught art at such leading American schools as Yale University, Cornell University, and the Art Students League. A prolific graphic artist, Barnet changed his style significantly at different points in his…
  • William Gropper

    William Gropper (15)

    William Gropper: One of America’s greatest twentieth century social and satirical artists, William Gropper studied painting and printmaking under George Bellows at the Ferrer School in San Francisco (1913-14), at the National Academy of Design (1914) and at the New York School of Fine Art (1915-18). He was first employed as a staff artist for The New York Tribune (1919-21)…
  • Yaacov Agam

    Yaacov Agam (5)

    Yaacov Agam decided, in the 1950’s, that art could be more than a spectator sport. He created various “tactile paintings”, meant to be handled, that added to sight the elements of touch and sound – and produced a unique user experience each time. Later works are purely visual – with a twist. His Op-ish grids full of colorful gradients, given…
  • Yona Lotan

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    Yona Lotan, engineer and painter, born Lithuania 1926. Immigrated in 1936 with his family and settled in Tel Aviv. In 1950, after studying at the Technion, he joined the army, serving with the Engineering Corps until 1961. In the late 1950’s he began painting as a self-taught artist. In the early 1960s went to Paris to paint, self-taught. Died 1998.
  • French Art Posters

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    Vintage Poster collection for sale.  Posters as an art form were invented by Jules Chéret in Paris in the 1860’s. Their proliferation and refinement were the result of advances in printing technology, a relaxation of laws regulating the press, and a booming demand for the advertisement of ‘modern’ products and of the Parisian lifestyle in the Belle Epoque (1871 –…