Realism & Representational Art

The term realism is used with various meanings in the history and criticism of the arts. In its broadest sense it is used to imply art depicting things accurately and objectively. Also, the term carries with it the notion of art which rejects conventionally beautiful subjects or idealism, in favor of a more down-to-earth- approach. In such instances it refers to art of the 19th century movement (particularly French) which was characterized by rebellion against the traditional historical, mythological, and religious subjects in favor of un-idealized scenes of modern life.

Alternatively, the term has taken other meanings: Since the 1950's the term has been used in a contrasting sense, describing art which abandon's representation and depiction altogether and avoids all forms of illusionism. According to this usage art is called Realist when materials or objects from which the work is constructed are presented for exactly what they are and are known to be (New Realism or Pop). Social Realism refers to art making social or political comments. Magic Realism and Super Realism are names given to two 20th century styles in which extreme realism, in the sense of acute attention to detail, produces a markedly unrealistic overall effect.

For on line display PSfineart uses the term realism in its broadest sense. Our collection Realistic/ Representational art depicts recognizable subjects including art from categories such as: 1) Naive and Outside, i.e., art by untrained artists, and art with appeal to children, 2) Ethnic Origins, i.e., works representative of a variety of cultures and customs, including among others American Native Indian, Chinese, Israeli, Russian, Spanish, 3) Genera, i.e., works representative of particular historical periods including landscape, still life, and figurative images, and 4) Illustrated Disciplines, i.e., art illustrating traditions and professions including medicine, law, architecture, religion, and fashion.

Our entire collection is not displayed. Contact us if you are looking for something not displayed at this time.

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Amager196

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Christine Amarger. El Paris, France. 5/96. Etching. The paper size is 22" x 30". The etching was acquired in 1983. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. Color and detail are excellent, vibrant and subtle. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$750.

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Amarger197

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Christine Amarger. Jerusalem Post, Israel. H/C. Etching. The paper size is 30" x 22". The etching was acquired in 1983. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. Color and detail are excellent, vibrant and subtle. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$750.

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Amarger198

Christine Amarger. Los Angles Times, USA. H/C. Etching. The paper size is 20" x 22". The etching was acquired in 1983. Color and detail are excellent, vibrant and subtle. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$750.

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Amarger199

Christine Amarger. New York Post, USA. H/C. Etching. The paper size is 22" x 30". The etching was acquired in 1983. It is signed and numbered in pencil. Color and detail are excellent, vibrant and subtle. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up


$750.

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Amarger200

Christine Amarger. Yomiuri Shimbun, Japan. H/C. Etching. The paper size is 22" x 30". The etching was acquired in 1983. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. Color and detail are excellent, vibrant and subtle. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up


$750.

See Kimura: International Representation through Great Cities of the World.

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Bisson740

Paul Bisson. Pete Levels. 99/175. Etching. The paper size is 23" x 26". The etching was acquired in 1978. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. The paper has deckled edges. The margins have a few faint surface handling impressions. The artwork, margins and art surface is in excellent condition. Close-Up | Closer

$ 650.


See Skinner: British Landscapes.

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Brumbach497

David Brumbach. 246/250. The Franklin Institute. Offset Lithograph. The paper size is 18" x 16". This piece with the complete Philadelphia Landmarks suite was acquired in 1986. The image is signed in the plate and is also signed and numbered in pencil on the sheet. This piece was created to honor the architectural landmark depicted in it. The legend sheet discusses some of Benjamin Franklin's achievements and traces the history of the building created in 1823. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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Brumbach497L

Legend: The Franklin Institute. Offset Lithograph. The paper size is 18" x 16". This handsome lithograph is a beautifully illustrated history of the structure conceived in 1823 and originally called the Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania for the Promotion of the Mechanic Arts. Throughout the nineteenth century, the institute's pioneering effort in education had enormous influence. Today it has expanded to include some four hundred working exhibits which are as enlightening as they are entertaining, bringing together the principles of science and technology. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

The two lithographs: $500.

Contact us to see the complete Philadelphia Landmarks suite.

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Bueno736

Bueno. Boats at Dock IVX/XX. Lithograph. The paper size is 24" x 27 1/2" . The colors are warm and rich. The representation is clean and crisp. The lithograph was acquired in 1980. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. The art, margins and art surface is excellent condition. Close-Up

$200.


See Salenas and Van Decker: Ships.

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Cardillio205

Rimer Angel Cardillo. Altia. 109/150. Embossed Etching. The paper size is 22" x 15". The etching was acquired in 1983. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. This lovely leaf appears to float off of the page. The artist has embossed a chop signature at the left bottom of the paper, just under the image. The image is embossed into the paper allowing for deep margins, deeper at the bottom than the top and sides. This arrangement of image design on the paper combined with the 100% cotton paper's lovely deckled edges makes the work suitable for framing by floating it in a box as well as framing traditionally with a mat. This piece makes an especially handsome presentation when combined with others from the five etching, Foliage, suite. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in excellent condition. Close-Up | Closer

$350.

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Cardillio206

Rimer Angel Cardillo. India. 109/150. Embossed Etching. The paper size is 22" x 15". The etching was acquired in 1983. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. This lovely leaf appears to float off of the page. The artist has embossed a chop signature at the left bottom of the paper, just under the image. The image is embossed into the paper allowing for deep margins, deeper at the bottom than the top and sides. This arrangement of image design on the paper combined with the 100% cotton paper's lovely deckled edges makes the work suitable for framing by floating it in a box as well as framing traditionally with a mat. This piece makes an especially handsome presentation when combined with others from the five etching, Foliage, suite. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in excellent condition. Close-Up | Closer

$350.

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Cardillio207

Rimer Angel Cardillo. Malvon. 109/150. Embossed Etching. The paper size is 22" x 15". The etching was acquired in 1983. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. This lovely leaf appears to float off of the page. The artist has embossed a chop signature at the left bottom of the paper, just under the image. The image is embossed into the paper allowing for deep margins, deeper at the bottom than the top and sides. This arrangement of image design on the paper combined with the 100% cotton paper's lovely deckled edges makes the work suitable for framing by floating it in a box as well as framing traditionally with a mat. This piece makes an especially handsome presentation when combined with others from the five etching, Foliage, suite. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in excellent condition. Close-Up | Closer

$350.

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CH240

Shui Yi. Kweilin Mountains in Mist Edition of 100. Watercolor on silk. The paper size is 12 1/2" x 18 1/2" . This 1978 watercolor was acquired in 1981. This artwork is authenticated by the artist's seal. Kwelin, a city in the northeaster part of south China's Kwangsi Chuang autonomous region, is a city with scenery that has captivated the imagination of travelers, artists, and poets for centuries. Kweilin, typical of China's karst lands, owes its fame to its peculiar topography which can be traced over 300 million years to the period when the region was a sea bed with thick overlay of limestone. Through crustal movement, the sea bed thrust up, and the layers of limestone, eroded by acidic water and wind, formed an expanse of land marked by majestic hills and caverns in fantastic shapes. The area is made up of unusually shaped limestone hills, underground hills, underground rivers, and numerous caves. This original hand painted landscape is mounted with a silk brocade border. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$500.

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CH752

Yi Shui-yun. Man with Horse. Watercolor. The paper size is 14" x 20". This original watercolor is one of a pair of watercolors, the partner watercolor being the image displayed directly below, Two Riders on Horseback and Two Men. Painted during summer, both pieces were inspired by the old city in which they were painted. The pair was acquired in 1981. The watercolor is authenticated by the artist's seal. Handsomely executed in contemporary color this work illustrates ancient life in China during the Sung or Ming Dynasty. Figures armed with bow's are apparently preparing for battle, hunt, or sport. Images are presented in brilliant gouache with a handsome use of white for the opaque color. The painting, a one of a kind original, is mounted with a silk brocade border. The artwork, margins and art surface is in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

$650.

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CH241

Yi Shui-yun. Two Riders on Horseback and Two Men. Watercolor. The paper size is 14" x 20". This original watercolor is one of a pair of watercolors, the partner watercolor being the image displayed directly above, Man with a Horse. Painted during summer, both pieces were inspired by the old city in which they were painted. The pair was acquired in 1981. The watercolor is authenticated by the artist's seal. Handsomely executed in contemporary color this work illustrates ancient life in China during the Sung or Ming Dynasty. Figures armed with bow's are apparently preparing for battle, hunt, or sport. Images are presented in brilliant gouache with a handsome use of white for the opaque color. The painting, a one of a kind original, is mounted with a silk brocade border. The artwork, margins and art surface is in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

$650.

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CH246

Yu. Landscape of Beauty with Lake, Mountain, and Sails. Watercolor. The paper size is 16" x 27". This watercolor painted during a new moon during in or around 1978, was acquired in 1981. This original watercolor is authenticated by the artist's seal. In this painting the artist uses a series of planes receding into the distance which nicely combines Chinese traditional spatial presentation with more recent art such as the space concepts used by Cezanne. The handling of space over all is redolent of a land-space tradition which is centuries old. The work is painted with the limited pallette common in much ancient Chinese art. The suggestion of figures off in the distance is a traditional handling of the figure in a landscape. Although man is possessed of intellect, the figure is a minor element compared to the infinite world of nature where a countryside of towering surreal mountains and water ask for awe and contemplation. The spirit and the delicate painting technique of this lovely painting is thoroughly Chinese. This original hand painted landscape is mounted with a silk brocade border. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$650.

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CH 239

Zheng Ging. Peony. Watercolor on silk. The paper size is 10" x 15". This watercolor was acquired in 1981 and is authenticated by the artist's seal. This lovely delicate watercolor painting on silk is reminiscent of the art of ancient Chinese masters, in which watercolor on silk and similar motifs and design express images in nature. The style has remained fresh for centuries. The calligraphy explains that the flowers in this picture are from a famous court yard park in a town called Suzhou, which is near Shanghai. The translation continues explaining the flower has been in this park for 400 years. This painting is mounted with a silk brocade border. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

This painting is one of a triptych. White Blossoms CH748 and, Purple Blossoms CH747, the other two images in the triptych, are discussed below.

$385.

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CH 748

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Zheng Ging. White Blossoms. Watercolor. The paper size is 10" x 15". This watercolor was acquired in 1981 and is authenticated by the artist's seal. This lovely delicate watercolor painting on silk is reminiscent of the art of ancient Chinese masters, in which watercolor on silk and similar motifs and design express images in nature. The style has remained fresh for centuries. The calligraphy explains that the flowers in this picture are from a famous court yard park in a town called Suzhou, which is near Shanghai. The translation continues explaining the flower has been in this park for 400 years. This painting is mounted with a silk brocade border. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

This painting is one of a triptych. Peony CH239 and, Purple Blossoms CH747, the other two images discussed directly above and below.

$385.

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CH 747

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Zheng Ging. Purple Blossoms. Watercolor. The paper size is 10" x 15". This watercolor was acquired in 1981 and is authenticated by the artist's seal. This lovely delicate watercolor painting on silk is reminiscent of the art of ancient Chinese masters, in which watercolor on silk and similar motifs and design express images in nature. The style has remained fresh for centuries. The calligraphy explains that the flowers in this picture are from a famous court yard park in a town called Suzhou, which is near Shanghai. The translation continues explaining the flower has been in this park for 400 years. This painting is mounted with a silk brocade border. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

This painting is one of a triptych. Contact us to see Peony CH239 and, White Blossoms CH748, the other two images discussed directly above.

$385.

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CH 243

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Liu Jin-feng. Grazing Horses. Painted after brick tomb painting from a collection from ancient tombs of the period 618-960 AD, between the Han and Tang dynasties. The paper size is 12 " x 20 ". The watercolor was acquired in 1981. This original watercolor, painted by a female artist and authenticated by the artist's red seal is mounted with a silk brocade border. This painting is a perfect pair to Musicians, discussed directly below. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

About Ancient Tomb Brick Paintings

China's ancient mural painting is noted for its long history, rich content and unique style. It is a crystallization of the wisdom and devotion of Chinese painters through the ages. Six tombs of the Wei and Chin periods (ca. AD 220-316) located in the Gobi Desert and excavated in 1972-73 uncovered a collection of brilliantly colored paintings in the interior brick walls. These paintings are unsurpassed by any other known tomb wall paintings, in both quantity and the richness of their content. These and those above which are representations from Hang - Tang periods (ca. 618-960), present an intimate glimpse of life in China during ancient time.

The paintings are lively, based upon careful observation, and reveal details of dress, habit and personalities. The brush strokes, free and bold - splashes of color - mainly ochre and reds, express warmth and movement. This style is simple and unpretentious and communicates the full, rich flavor of ancient China. The discovery of these extremely rare paintings gives important information to Chinese historians and is a thrilling source of visual pleasure for collectors.

$250.

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CH 244

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Bao. Musicians with Pee Pah and Flute. Painted after brick tomb painting from a collection from ancient tombs of the period 618-960 AD, between the Han and Tang dynasties. The paper size is 12 " x 20 ". The watercolor was acquired in 1981. This original watercolor, painted by a male artist and authenticated by the artist's red seal is mounted with a silk brocade border. This painting is a perfect pair to Grazing Horses, discussed directly above. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

About Ancient Tomb Brick Paintings

China's ancient mural painting is noted for its long history, rich content and unique style. It is a crystallization of the wisdom and devotion of Chinese painters through the ages. Six tombs of the Wei and Chin periods (ca. AD 220-316) located in the Gobi Desert and excavated in 1972-73 uncovered a collection of brilliantly colored paintings in the interior brick walls. These paintings are unsurpassed by any other known tomb wall paintings, in both quantity and the richness of their content. These and those above which are representations from Hang - Tang periods (ca.618-960), present an intimate glimpse of life in China during ancient time.

The paintings are lively, based upon careful observation, and reveal details of dress, habit and personalities. The brush strokes, free and bold - splashes of color - mainly ochre and reds, express warmth and movement. This style is simple and unpretentious and communicates the full, rich flavor of ancient China. The discovery of these extremely rare paintings gives important information to Chinese historians and is a thrilling source of visual pleasure for collectors.

$250.

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CH2

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Zhejiang printmaker, after a painting by Bai Xu-hao. Cultivating Medicinal Herbs. Limited Edition Woodblock Print from Huhsien Country. The paper size is 20" x 27". This original 1983 woodblock print is authenticated on the verso (back of the paper) with script and the name of the artist. The art was acquired in 1983. This woodblock print was made by an art scholar replicating the imagery and style of Bai Xu-hao of Hu County, in China's Shensi Province. This art is that of the peasant painters of Husien Country who in 1958 first showed pictures, such as these. Bright color and bold design are the trademark of this art. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

About Woodblock Prints from Hushsien Country:

In 1958, untrained farmers began to paint in China with no sense of obligation to the aristocratic art of China's past. They made pictures of their daily lives, with bright color and bold design. Their efforts were received enthusiastically when more than 2,1000,000. people saw the first major exhibition of the work in Peking in 1973, and again in France at the 1974 Paris Biennial.

The public applauded the new, daring and unofficial style of the paintings. Subsequently exhibitions were held at museums in London, Stockholm, and Toronto. Later they were shown more widely in venues in Europe, United States, and Australia. Some of these pieces are propagandistic, predictable examples of the Socialist Realist school of art. May are fanciful abstractions of nature's bounty, their intense colors reminiscent of the Fauves. Most of the art deals with one subject - work. The woodblock painting displayed above is one of the first made from the Husien paintings. The vitality and power of the Husien painting carries beautifully in translation from painting to woodblock medium. The trademark flat color and design of the paintings is perfectly suited to this medium. Contact us to see this artwork.

$350.


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Cooper284

Ann T. Cooper. 18/150. Sleeping Sheep Sunning. Serigraph. The paper size is 30" x 30". The serigraph was acquired in 1979. The serigraph is signed and numbered in pencil. Sleeping Sheep Sunning is a particularly delightful example of Cooper's work, at the height of her career. In it fleecy sheep are sunning on the steepness of a mountainside by the sea, with waves of fleece warmed by the golden rays of sunlight. Colors are bright and vibrant. This piece is a perfect companion to the artwork discussed below; Parakeets, Cooper238. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in excellent condition. Close-Up

$450.

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Cooper283

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Ann T. Cooper. 195/200. Parakeets. Serigraph. The paper size is 30" x 24". The serigraph was acquired in 1979. The serigraph is signed and numbered in pencil. Parakeets is a classic delightful example of Cooper's work, at the height of her career. In it five love birds and seven beautiful butterflies dance across a page filled with wonderful daisies, tree leaves, and branches, in the midst of a marvelous red forest. Colors are bright and vibrant. This piece is a perfect companion to the artwork shown directly above; Sleeping Sheep Sunning, Cooper 284. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in excellent condition. Close-Up

$450.

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Doyle190J

John L. Doyle. Justification Sheet for The Medicine Men suite. 69/150. Lithograph. The paper size is 30" x 22". This piece was acquired with the full suite in 1981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. The full sheet, margins and surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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Doyle190L

John L. Doyle. Legend Sheet for the Acupuncturist. From The Medicine Men suite. 69/150. Lithograph. The paper size is 11" x 8 1/2" . This piece was acquired with the full suite in 1981. The legend on this sheet gives history, and symbolism which is part of the Acupuncturist Sorcerer artwork. The full sheet, margins and surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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Doyle190

John L. Doyle. Acupuncturist. 69/150. Lithograph. The approximate paper size is 20" x 16" and the image size is 16" x 11". The lithograph was acquired with the full suite in l981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. The work is a five color lithograph with exquisite depth of color, color gradations and drawing detail, on handsome BFK Rives white paper with beautiful deckled edges. This historically researched presentation provocatively presents the Acupuncturist from Chinese culture. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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Doyle189

John L. Doyle. Acupuncturist. 69/150. Lithograph. The approximate paper size is 20" x 16" and the image size is 16" x 11". The lithograph was acquired with the full suite in l981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. This work is a monochrome lithograph, black ink with exquisite depth of color, and color gradations and drawing detail, on handsome handmade light yellow paper, with beautiful deckled edges. The paper on which this art is printed is worthy of note. Created by Roland Poska, master printer and paper-maker, it is rich and complex in its combination of unusual color and texture. It is stunning art in itself. Poska talks about the paper's deckle edges and explains they too are intended to be evocative of the messages in the Doyle images. Poska says that for him the paper mirror's the concept of a rough unfinished part of man's relationship of man to nature. This handmade paper, similar to that relationship, looks rough and unfinished. The relationship is a kind of work in progress. Poska explains this life philosophy and his art paper saying forces meet and part - like the "deckle", or irregular edge of the paper. "...Nature is one huge deckle edge...in man's relations [with it] forces collide...you have to work out a balance...[or]...deckle edge...". This historically researched presentation provocatively presents the Acupuncturist from Chinese culture. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

 

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Doyle183L

John L. Doyle. Legend Sheet for the Bear Cult Shaman. From The Medicine Men suite. 69/150. Lithograph. The paper size is 11" x 8 1/2" . This piece was acquired with the full suite in 1981. The legend on this sheet gives history, and symbolism which is part of the Bear Cult Shaman artwork. The full sheet, margins and surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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Doyle183

John L. Doyle. Bear Cult Shaman. 69/150. Lithograph. The approximate paper size is 30" x 22" and the image size is 26" x 18". The lithograph was acquired with the full suite in l981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. The work is a five color lithograph with exquisite depth of color, color gradations and drawing detail, on handsome white BFK Rives paper with beautiful deckle edges. This historically researched presentation provocatively presents the Bear Cult Shaman from North American culture. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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Doyle184

John L. Doyle. Bear Cult Shaman. 69/150. Lithograph. The approximate paper size is 30" x 22" and the image size is 26" x 18". The lithograph was acquired with the full suite in l981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. This work is a monochrome lithograph, black ink with exquisite depth of color, and color gradations and drawing detail, on handsome handmade light red paper, with beautiful deckled edges. The paper on which this art is printed is worthy of note. Created by Roland Poska, master printer and paper-maker, it is rich and complex in its combination of unusual color and texture. It is stunning art in itself. Poska talks about the paper's deckle edges and explains they too are intended to be evocative of the messages in the Doyle images. Poska says that for him the paper mirror's the concept of a rough unfinished part of man's relationship of man to nature. This handmade paper, similar to that relationship, looks rough and unfinished. The relationship is a kind of work in progress. Poska explains this life philosophy and his art paper saying forces meet and part - like the "deckle", or irregular edge of the paper. "...Nature is one huge deckle edge...in man's relations [with it] forces collide...you have to work out a balance...[or]...deckle edge...". This historically researched presentation provocatively presents the Bear Cult Shaman from North American culture. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

 

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Doyle175L

John L. Doyle. Legend Sheet for the Bon Sorcerer. From The Medicine Men suite. 69/150. Lithograph. The paper size is 11" x 8 1/2" . This piece was acquired with the full suite in 1981. The legend on this sheet gives history, and symbolism which is part of the Bon Sorcerer artwork. The full sheet, margins and surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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Doyle175

John L. Doyle. Bon Sorcerer. 69/150. Lithograph. The approximate paper size is 22" x 30" and the image size is 18" x 26". The lithograph was acquired with the full suite in l981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. The work is a five color lithograph with exquisite depth of color, color gradations and drawing detail, on handsome white BFK Rives white paper, with beautiful deckled edges. This historically researched presentation provocatively presents the Bon Sorcerer from Tibetan culture. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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Doyle176

John L. Doyle. Bon Sorcerer. 69/150. Lithograph. The approximate paper size is 22" x 30" and the image size is 18" x 26". The lithograph was acquired with the full suite in l981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. This work is a monochrome lithograph, black ink with exquisite depth of color, color gradations and drawing detail, on handsome handmade light yellow paper, with beautiful deckled edges. The paper on which this art is printed is worthy of note. Created by Roland Poska, master printer and paper-maker, it is rich and complex in its combination of unusual color and texture. It is stunning art in itself. Poska talks about the paper's deckle edges and explains they too are intended to be evocative of the messages in the Doyle images. Poska says that for him the paper mirror's the concept of a rough unfinished part of man's relationship of man to nature. This handmade paper, similar to that relationship, looks rough and unfinished. The relationship is a kind of work in progress. Poska explains this life philosophy and his art paper saying forces meet and part - like the "deckle", or irregular edge of the paper. "...Nature is one huge deckle edge...in man's relations [with it] forces collide...you have to work out a balance...[or]...deckle edge...". This historically researched presentation provocatively presents the Bon Sorcerer from Tibetan culture. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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Doyle187L

John L. Doyle. Legend Sheet for the Bezoarist. From The Medicine Men suite. 69/150. Lithograph. The paper size is 11" x 8 1/2" . This piece was acquired with the full suite in 1981. The legend on this sheet gives history, and symbolism which is part of the Bezoarist artwork. The full sheet, margins and surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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Doyle187

John L. Doyle. Bezoarist. 69/150. Lithograph. The approximate paper size is 16" x 20" and the image size is 11" x 16". The lithograph was acquired with the full suite in l981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. The work is a five color lithograph with exquisite depth of color, color gradations and drawing detail, on handsome white BFK paper with beautiful deckled edges. This historically researched presentation provocatively presents the Bezoarist from Persian culture. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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Doyle186

John L. Doyle. Bezoarist. 69/150. Lithograph. The approximate paper size is 16" x 20" and the image size is 11" x 16". The lithograph was acquired with the full suite in l981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. This work is a monochrome lithograph, black ink with exquisite depth of color, color gradations and drawing detail, on handsome handmade light brown paper, with beautiful deckled edges. The paper on which this art is printed is worthy of note. Created by Roland Poska, master printer and paper-maker, it is rich and complex in its combination of unusual color and texture. It is stunning art in itself. Poska talks about the paper's deckle edges and explains they too are intended to be evocative of the messages in the Doyle images. Poska says that for him the paper mirror's the concept of a rough unfinished part of man's relationship of man to nature. This handmade paper, similar to that relationship, looks rough and unfinished. The relationship is a kind of work in progress. Poska explains this life philosophy and his art paper saying forces meet and part - like the "deckle", or irregular edge of the paper. "...Nature is one huge deckle edge...in man's relations [with it] forces collide...you have to work out a balance...[or]...deckle edge...". This historically researched presentation provocatively presents the Bezoarist from Persian culture. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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Doyle177L

John L. Doyle. Legend Sheet for the Black Foot Medicine Man. From The Medicine Men suite. 69/150. Lithograph. The paper size is 11" x 8 1/2" . This piece was acquired with the full suite in 1981. The legend on this sheet gives history, and symbolism which is part of the Acupuncturist Sorcerer artwork. The full sheet, margins and surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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Doyle177

John L. Doyle. Black Foot Medicine Man. 69/150. Lithograph. The approximate paper size is 22" x 30" and the image size is 18" x 26". The lithograph was acquired with the full suite in l981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. The work is a five color lithograph with exquisite depth of color, color gradations and drawing detail, on handsome white BFK paper with beautiful deckled edges. This historically researched presentation provocatively presents the Black Foot Medicine Man from North American culture. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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Doyle178

John L. Doyle. Black Foot Medicine Man. 69/150. Lithograph. The approximate paper size is 22" x 30" and the image size is 18" x 26". The lithograph was acquired with the full suite in l981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. The work is a monochrome lithograph, black ink with exquisite depth of color, and color gradations and drawing detail, on handsome handmade light red paper, with beautiful deckled edges. The paper on which this art is printed is worthy of note. Created by Roland Poska, master printer and paper-maker, it is rich and complex in its combination of unusual color and texture. It is stunning art in itself. Poska talks about the paper's deckle edges and explains they too are intended to be evocative of the messages in the Doyle images. Poska says that for him the paper mirror's the concept of a rough unfinished part of man's relationship of man to nature. This handmade paper, similar to that relationship, looks rough and unfinished. The relationship is a kind of work in progress. Poska explains this life philosophy and his art paper saying forces meet and part - like the "deckle", or irregular edge of the paper. "...Nature is one huge deckle edge...in man's relations [with it] forces collide...you have to work out a balance...[or]...deckle edge...". This historically researched presentation provocatively presents the Black Foot Medicine Man from North American culture. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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John L. Doyle. Legend Sheet for the Luo Witchdoctor. From The Medicine Men suite. 69/150. Lithograph. The paper size is 11" x 8 1/2" . This piece was acquired with the full suite in 1981. The legend on this sheet gives history, and symbolism which is part of the Luo Witchdoctor artwork. The full sheet, margins and surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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Doyle179

John L. Doyle. Luo Witchdoctor. 69/150. Lithograph. The approximate paper size is 30" x 22" and the image size is 26" x 18". The lithograph was acquired with the full suite in l981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. The work is a five color lithograph with exquisite depth of color, color gradations and drawing detail, on handsome handmade white BFK Rives paper with beautiful deckled edges. This historically researched presentation provocatively presents the Luo Witchdoctor from the Kenya culture. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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John L. Doyle. Luo Witchdoctor. 69/150. Lithograph. The approximate paper size is 22" x 30" and the image size is 18" x 26". The lithograph was acquired with the full suite in l981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. The work is a monochrome lithograph, black ink with exquisite depth of color, color gradations and drawing detail, on handsome handmade grey paper, with beautiful deckled edges. The paper on which this art is printed is worthy of note. Created by Roland Poska, master printer and paper-maker, it is rich and complex in its combination of unusual color and texture. It is stunning art in itself. Poska talks about the paper's deckle edges and explains they too are intended to be evocative of the messages in the Doyle images. Poska says that for him the paper mirror's the concept of a rough unfinished part of man's relationship of man to nature. This handmade paper, similar to that relationship, looks rough and unfinished. The relationship is a kind of work in progress. Poska explains this life philosophy and his art paper saying forces meet and part - like the "deckle", or irregular edge of the paper. "...Nature is one huge deckle edge...in man's relations [with it] forces collide...you have to work out a balance...[or]...deckle edge...". This historically researched presentation provocatively presents the Luo Witchdoctor from the Kenya culture. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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John L. Doyle. Legend Sheet for the Physician. From The Medicine Men suite. 69/150. Lithograph. The paper size is 11" x 8 1/2" . This piece was acquired with the full suite in 1981. The legend on this sheet gives history, and symbolism which is part of the Physician artwork. The full sheet, margins and surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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Doyle181

John L. Doyle. Physician. 69/150. Lithograph. The approximate paper size is 22" x 30" and the image size is 18" x 26". The lithograph was acquired with the full suite in l981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. The work is a five color lithograph with exquisite depth of color, color gradations and drawing detail, on handsome white BFK paper with beautiful deckled edges. This historically researched presentation provocatively presents the Physician from European culture. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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John L. Doyle. Physician. 69/150. Lithograph. The approximate paper size is 22" x 30" and the image size is 18" x 26". The lithograph was acquired with the full suite in l981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. The work is a monochrome lithograph, black ink with exquisite depth of color, color gradations and drawing detail, on handsome handmade light black paper, with beautiful deckled edges. The paper on which this art is printed is worthy of note. Created by Roland Poska, master printer and paper-maker, it is rich and complex in its combination of unusual color and texture. It is stunning art in itself. Poska talks about the paper's deckle edges and explains they too are intended to be evocative of the messages in the Doyle images. Poska says that for him the paper mirror's the concept of a rough unfinished part of man's relationship of man to nature. This handmade paper, similar to that relationship, looks rough and unfinished. The relationship is a kind of work in progress. Poska explains this life philosophy and his art paper saying forces meet and part - like the "deckle", or irregular edge of the paper. "...Nature is one huge deckle edge...in man's relations [with it] forces collide...you have to work out a balance...[or]...deckle edge...". This historically researched presentation provocatively presents the Physician from European culture. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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John L. Doyle. Legend Sheet for the Surgeon Barber From The Medicine Men suite. 69/150. Lithograph. The paper size is 11" x 8 1/2" . This piece was acquired with the full suite in 1981. The legend on this sheet gives history, and symbolism which is part of the Barber artwork. The full sheet, margins and surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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Doyle191

John L. Doyle. Surgeon Barber. 69/150. Lithograph. The approximate paper size is 20" x 16" and the image size is 16" x 11". The lithograph was acquired with the full suite in l981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. This work is a five color lithograph with exquisite depth of color, color gradations and drawing detail, on handsome white BFK paper with beautiful deckled edges. This historically researched presentation provocatively presents the Surgeon Barber from European culture. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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John L. Doyle. Surgeon Barber. 69/150. Lithograph. The approximate paper size is 20" x 16" and the image size is 16" x 11". The lithograph was acquired with the full suite in l981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. The work is a monochrome lithograph, black ink with exquisite depth of color, and color gradations and drawing detail, on handsome handmade off white paper, with beautiful deckled edges. The paper on which this art is printed is worthy of note. Created by Roland Poska, master printer and paper-maker, it is rich and complex in its combination of unusual color and texture. It is stunning art in itself. Poska talks about the paper's deckle edges and explains they too are intended to be evocative of the messages in the Doyle images. Poska says that for him the paper mirror's the concept of a rough unfinished part of man's relationship of man to nature. This handmade paper, similar to that relationship, looks rough and unfinished. The relationship is a kind of work in progress. Poska explains this life philosophy and his art paper saying forces meet and part - like the "deckle", or irregular edge of the paper. "...Nature is one huge deckle edge...in man's relations [with it] forces collide...you have to work out a balance...[or]...deckle edge...". This historically researched presentation provocatively presents the Surgeon Barber from European culture. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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John L. Doyle. Legend Sheet for the Voodo Hougan. From The Medicine Men suite. 69/150. Lithograph. The paper size is 11" x 8 1/2" . This piece was acquired with the full suite in 1981. The legend on this sheet gives history, and symbolism which is part of the Voodo Hougan artwork. The full sheet, margins and surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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John L. Doyle. Voodo Hougan. 69/150. Lithograph. The approximate paper size is 20" x 16" and the image size is 16" x 11". The lithograph was acquired with the full suite in 1981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. This work is a five color lithograph with exquisite depth of color, color gradations and drawing detail, on handsome white BFK paper with beautiful deckled edges. This historically researched presentation provocatively presents the Voodo Hougan from Hatian culture. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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John L. Doyle. Voodo Hougan. 69/150. Lithograph. The approximate paper size is 20" x 16" and the image size is 16" x 11". The lithograph was acquired with the full suite in l981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. This work is a monochrome lithograph, black ink with exquisite depth of color, and color gradations and drawing detail, on handsome handmade grey paper, with beautiful deckled edges. The paper on which this art is printed is worthy of note. Created by Roland Poska, master printer and paper-maker, it is rich and complex in its combination of unusual color and texture. It is stunning art in itself. Poska talks about the paper's deckle edges and explains they too are intended to be evocative of the messages in the Doyle images. Poska says that for him the paper mirror's the concept of a rough unfinished part of man's relationship of man to nature. This handmade paper, similar to that relationship, looks rough and unfinished. The relationship is a kind of work in progress. Poska explains this life philosophy and his art paper saying forces meet and part - like the "deckle", or irregular edge of the paper. "...Nature is one huge deckle edge...in man's relations [with it] forces collide...you have to work out a balance...[or]...deckle edge...". This historically researched presentation provocatively presents the Voodo Hougan from Hatian culture. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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Doyle452Just

John L. Doyle. Justification Sheet for The Builders suite. 111/150. Lithograph. The paper size is 30" x 22". This piece was acquired with the full suite in 1983. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. The full sheet, margins and surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

 

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John L. Doyle. Legend Sheet for Aztec Echo. From The Builders suite. 111/150. Lithograph. The paper size is 11" x 8 1/2" . This piece was acquired with the full suite in 1983. The legend on this sheet gives history and symbolism which is incorporated into the Builders artwork. The legend sheet is made up of line drawings and anecdotal comments hand drawn and hand written by Doyle as history for the individual figure and structure presented in the art. The full sheet, margins and surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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Doyle452B

John L. Doyle. Aztec Echo. 111/150. Lithograph. The approximate paper size is 30" x 22" and the image size is 26" x 18". The lithograph was acquired with the full suite in l981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. This work is a five color lithograph with exquisite depth of color, color gradations and drawing detail, on handsome BFK Rives white paper with beautiful deckled edges. This historically researched presentation provocatively presents the Aztec Echo from Mexican culture. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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Doyle452BB

John L. Doyle. Aztec Echo. 111/150. Lithograph. The approximate paper size is 30" x 22" and the image size is 26" x 18". The lithograph was acquired with the full suite in l981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. This work is a monochrome lithograph, black ink with exquisite depth of color, and color gradations and drawing detail, on handsome handmade light red paper, with beautiful deckled edges. The paper on which this art is printed is worthy of note. Created by Roland Poska, master printer and paper-maker, it is rich and complex in its combination of unusual color and texture. It is stunning art in itself. Poska talks about the paper's deckle edges and explains they too are intended to be evocative of the messages in the Doyle images. Poska says that for him the paper mirror's the concept of a rough unfinished part of man's relationship of man to nature. This handmade paper, similar to that relationship, looks rough and unfinished. The relationship is a kind of work in progress. Poska explains this life philosophy and his art paper saying forces meet and part - like the "deckle", or irregular edge of the paper. "...Nature is one huge deckle edge...in man's relations [with it] forces collide...you have to work out a balance...[or]...deckle edge...". This historically researched presentation provocatively presents the Azec Echo from Mexican culture. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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John L. Doyle. Legend Sheet The Vision. From The Builders suite. 111/150. Lithograph. The paper size is 11" x 8 1/2" . This piece was acquired with the full suite in 1983. The legend on this sheet gives history and symbolism which is incorporated into the Builders artwork. The legend sheet is made up of line drawings and anecdotal comments hand drawn and hand written by Doyle as history for the individual figure and structure presented in the art. The full sheet, margins and surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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Doyle452G

John L. Doyle. The Vision. 111/150. Lithograph. The approximate paper size is 22" x 30" and the image size is 18" x 26". The lithograph was acquired with the full suite in l981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. This work is a five color lithograph with exquisite depth of color, color gradations and drawing detail, on handsome BFK Rives white paper with beautiful deckled edges. This historically researched presentation provocatively presents the The Vision from Japanese culture. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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Doyle452GG

John L. Doyle. The Vision. 111/150. Lithograph. The approximate paper size is 22" x 30" and the image size is 18" x 26". The lithograph was acquired with the full suite in l981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. This work is a monochrome lithograph, black ink with exquisite depth of color, and color gradations and drawing detail, on handsome handmade light yellow, with beautiful deckled edges. The paper on which this art is printed is worthy of note. Created by Roland Poska, master printer and paper-maker, it is rich and complex in its combination of unusual color and texture. It is stunning art in itself. Poska talks about the paper's deckle edges and explains they too are intended to be evocative of the messages in the Doyle images. Poska says that for him the paper mirror's the concept of a rough unfinished part of man's relationship of man to nature. This handmade paper, similar to that relationship, looks rough and unfinished. The relationship is a kind of work in progress. Poska explains this life philosophy and his art paper saying forces meet and part - like the "deckle", or irregular edge of the paper. "...Nature is one huge deckle edge...in man's relations [with it] forces collide...you have to work out a balance...[or]...deckle edge...". This historically researched presentation provocatively presents the The Vision from Japanese culture. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up


See John L. Doyle regarding the other The Builders images and legends. The entire suite is available.

See discussions of The Great Human Race series and The Builders.

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Doyle800Cat

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John L. Doyle. Catalogue for The Counselors suite. This 20 page color catalogue displays the images in the suite, their legend sheets, and the suite's justification page. Text includes historical information from The Counselors presentation at William Mitchell Law School and Harvard University Law Library. Line and color drawings with handwritten anecdotal comments record stages of Doyle's research, and illustrate information about physical, spiritual, and intellectual foundations of law. Preliminary and intermediate drawings, color and monochrome lithograph proofs, and photographs of the final drawings made directly on the lithograph stones, complete a visual research record of work process, theories and philosophies. The catalogue closes with a Doyle biography, list of private and public collectors and exhibitors, acknowledgments of personal relationships and associations with renown institutions, and thanks for encouragement and contributions. Close-Up

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Doyle800Just

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John L. Doyle. Justification Sheet for The Counselors suite. 147/150. Lithograph. The paper size is 30" x 22". This piece was acquired with the full suite in 1985. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. The full sheet, margins and surface, is in pristine condition.Close-Up

Contact us if you would like to see the images and legends. The entire The Counselors suite is available, but is not shown on our site at this time.

See discussions of The Great Human Race series and The Counselors suite.

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Doyle543

John L. Doyle. Sharpshooters. Lithograph. 3/75. The paper size is 40" x 30". The lithograph was acquired in 1981. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. The Cowboy Series, from which this lithograph is taken, was created in 1975. Sharpshooters, a monochrome hand printed stone lithograph on BFK Rives white paper, was the frontispiece for the portfolio. The ink is umber colored and the drawing is strong and sensitive. This handsome and charming montage composition presents American West "olde time favorite" personalities including Jesse James, Wyatt Earp, and Annie Oakley. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$3,000.

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Doyle641

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John L. Doyle. Cowboy Gambler. Lithograph Poster. The paper size is 40" x 30". The poster is signed in pencil. This Cowboy Gambler poster was created as part of Doyle's 1974 The Gamblers series. It was displayed at the famous Miami Beach Florida private club known as The Jockey Club, where a Doyle one man show featured The Gamblers suite. Cowboy Gamble is 5 color offset lithograph. It is a handsome, delightful portrait of a wonderfully "colorful" gambler, complete with horse racing forms, tally sheets, and portrait miniatures of horses and the Miami Beach this Gambler obviously loves. Close-Up

$650.

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Ebgi30

Amram Ebgi. Two Musicians. AP/4. Etching. The paper size is 15" x 10". The artwork was acquired in 1981. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. This piece is a hand colored etching. It is sensitive rendering with unique charm. Color is subtle and clear and the quality of the coloring and image surface is excellent. This print was mounted on acid paper and some of the material and tape remains on the verso. There are slight handling creases in the margin. Otherwise the artwork margins and art surface is in very good condition. This piece is a perfect pair to the Three Musicians & One Dancing Ebgi755, shown directly below. Close-Up

$850.

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Ebgi755

Amram Ebgi. Three Musicians & One Dancing. 25/100. Etching. The paper size is 15" x 10". The artwork was acquired in 1981. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. This piece is a hand colored etching. It is sensitive rendering with unique charm. Color is subtle and clear and the quality of the coloring and image surface is excellent. This print was mounted on acid paper and some of the material and tape remains on the verso. There are slight handling creases in the margins. There is an ink smudge on the edge of the upper right margin. Otherwise the artwork margins and art surface is in very good condition. This piece is a perfect pair to Two Musicians Ebgi30, shown directly above. Close-Up

$850.

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Ebgi785

Amram Ebgi. Fisherman. 7/100. Etching. The paper size is 15" x 21".The artwork was acquired in 1981. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. This piece is a hand colored etching. It is sensitive rendering. Color is subtle and clear and the quality of the coloring and image surface is excellent. This print was mounted on acid paper and some of the material and tape remains on the verso. The print was matted with an acid mat and there is foxing at where the mat opened. There are slight handling creases in the margin. Otherwise the artwork margins and art surface is in very good condition. This piece is a nice pair to the Wailing Wall Ebgi34, shown directly below. Close-Up

$875.

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Ebgi34

Amram Ebgi. Wailing Wall. 37/199. Etching. The paper size is 21" x 15. The artwork was acquired in 1981. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. This piece is a hand colored etching. It is sensitive rendering. Color is subtle and clear and the quality of the coloring and image surface is excellent. This print was mounted on acid paper and some of the material and tape remains on the verso. The print was matted with an acid mat and there is slight foxing at where the mat opened. There are slight handling creases in the margin. Otherwise the artwork margins and art surface is in very good condition. This piece is a nice pair to the Fisherman Ebgi785, shown directly above. Close-Up

$875.


Contact us, to see available Ebgi pieces, not on our site at this time, including recent work.

See Agam: Israel Abstract Non Objective Art.

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Gross01

Chaim Gross, Chaim Gross: Image One, Members Edition. 24/200. The paper size is 20 7/8" x 17" (53.35 cm x 43.34cm), with full margins. The lithograph is one in the complete folio of nine images and the suite has had only one original owner, an American Collector, who purchased the folio in 1981 directly from The Judaic Heritage Society, New York. The work is signed and numbered in pencil, by the artist. The work represents the best of Chaim Gross's art and master printmaking. Detail is exquisite. The condition is excellent except for some foxing around the mat board window. The work is framed. Close-Up.

The Framed Set $2,100.

See: Chaim Gross, page to view more images by this artist.

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Herrera211

Miguel Herrera. Christ's Crown. LV/LXXV. Etching. The paper size is 22" x 30". The work was acquired in 1983. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. The surface of the print is lush and drawing detail is lovely. Please see the close-up detail photography of the work, below. The art, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

$750.

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Miguel Herrera. Dragon Flower. LV/LXXV. Etching. The paper size is 22" x 30". The work was acquired in 1983. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. The surface of the print is lush and drawing detail is lovely. Please see the close-up detail photography of the work, below. The art, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

$750.

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Miguel Herrera. Bearded Iris. LV/LXXV. Etching. The paper size is 22" x 30". The work was acquired in 1983. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. The surface of the print is lush and drawing detail is lovely. Please see the close-up detail photography of the work, below. The art, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

$750.

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Miguel Herrera. Irises. LV/LXXV. Etching. The paper size is 22" x 20" . The work was acquired in 1983. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. The surface of the print is lush and drawing detail is lovely. Please see the close-up detail photography of the work, below. The art, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

$700.

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Miguel Herrera. Gemini. 24/150. Etching. The paper size is 17" x 13". The work was acquired in 1983. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. The surface of the print is lush and drawing detail is lovely. Please see the close-up detail photography of the work, below. The art, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

$600.

See Iger Etchings-Flowers

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Herrera218

Miguel Herrera. Naturaleaza Muerta (36). 80/125. Etching. The paper size is 22" x 30". The work was acquired in 1983. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. The surface of the print is lush and drawing detail is lovely. Please see the close-up detail photography of the work, below. The art, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

$750.

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Miguel Herrera. Naturaleaza Muerta (39). 80/125. Etching. The paper size is 22" x 30". The work was acquired in 1983. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. The surface of the print is lush and drawing detail is lovely. Please see the close-up detail photography of the work, below. The art, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

$750.

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Herrera216

Miguel Herrera. Naturaleaza Muerta (40). 80/125. Etching. The paper size is 22" x 30". The work was acquired in 1983. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. The surface of the print is lush and drawing detail is lovely. Please see the close-up detail photography of the work, below. The art, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

$750.

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Miguel Herrera. Naturaleaza Muerta (38). 80/125. Etching. The paper size is 22" x 30". The work was acquired in 1983. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. The surface of the print is lush and drawing detail is lovely. Please see the close-up detail photography of the work, below. The art, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

$750.

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Herrera220

Miguel Herrera. Naturaleaza Muerta (38). 80/125. Etching. The paper size is 22" x 30". The work was acquired in 1983. The etching is signed and numbered in pencil. The surface of the print is lush and drawing detail is lovely. Please see the close-up detail photography of the work, below. The art, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

$750.

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Joanna Fraizer Hudson, USA. Watermelon Plug, from Fruits and Vegetables Portfolio. Photograph 4" x 5". Close-Up.

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Arnold Iger. Begonia. 1/300. Etching. The paper size is 34" x 24". The artwork was acquired in 1979. The artwork is signed and numbered in pencil. For further description of Iger's work see the paragraph above. The etching, margins and art surface are in excellent condition. Close-Up

Note: The grey cast of the paper is caused by the photography. The actual art paper does not have a grey cast.

$450.

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Iger326

Arnold Iger. Cymbidium. 96/250. Etching. The paper size is 34" x 24". The artwork was acquired in 1979. The artwork is signed and numbered in pencil. For further description of Iger's work see the paragraph above. The etching, margins and art surface are in excellent condition. Close-Up

Note: The grey cast of the paper is caused by the photography. The actual art paper does not have a grey cast.

$450.

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King,Mark86

Mark King. Fox Hunt. 271/325. Serigraph. The paper size is 30" x 40". The art was acquired in 1980. The serigraph is signed and numbered in pencil. The ink surface is unusual in that it has a high gloss and tactile quality. The print looks as though it is an oil painting and not screened ink. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$2,200.

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King, Mark339

Mark King. Bengal Family. 235/325. Serigraph. The paper size is 30" x 40". The art was acquired in 1980. The serigraph is signed and numbered in pencil. The ink surface is unusual in that it has a high gloss and tactile quality. The print looks as though it is an oil painting and not screened ink. There are handling creases, one in the top and one in the bottom margin. Otherwise, the artwork's margins and art surface are in pristine condition. Close-Up

$2,000.

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King,Mark87

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Mark King. Leopard. 265/325. Serigraph. The paper size is 30" x 40". The art was acquired in 1980. The serigraph is signed and numbered in pencil. The ink surface is unusual in that it has a high gloss and tactile quality. The print looks as though it is an oil paintings and not screened ink. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$2,000.

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King,Mark341

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Mark King. Zebra. 287/325. Serigraph. The paper size is 30" x 40". The art was acquired in 1980. The serigraph is signed and numbered in pencil The ink surface is unusual in that it has a high gloss and looks as though it were oil paint and not screened ink. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$1,850.

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King, Mark340

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Mark King. Spinnakers. 221/325. Serigraph. The paper size is 30" x 40". The art was acquired in 1980. The serigraph is signed and numbered in pencil. The ink surface is unusual in that it has a high gloss and looks as though it were oil paint and not screened ink. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$2,200.

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King, Mark88

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Mark King. Pulse of the City. XXXVI/CL. Serigraph. The paper size is 58" x 42". The art was acquired in 1980. The serigraph is signed and numbered in pencil. The ink surface is unusual in that it has a high gloss and looks as though it were oil paint and not screened ink. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$3,200.

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King, Quentin 2047

Quentin King. The Changing Room. 75/225. Serigraph. The paper size is 22" x 30". The serigraph was acquired in 1986. The serigraph is signed and numbered in pencil. The surface of this work is handsome. Color is subtle and strong and contributes, because of it's suburb quality, to the quiet and mystical spirit of the composition. Close-Up

$600.

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Lautrec158T

Toulouse-Lautrec. Poster Classics. Generally master art works, such as the Toulouse-Lautrec posters shown in this composite, are photomechanically reproduced in unlimited quantity to make the art they copy available to large audiences. The poster recreations in this composite, displayed below, are different. They are limited edition lithographs, drawn by a chromist, on zinc plates and lithographic stones. Although not the original posters of the late 19th Century, these are the only Lautrec poster images authenticated by the Lautrec Museum in Albi France. These perfect replicas, slightly reduced in dimensions from the original posters, have accurate and vibrant color and drawing true to the images created by Lautrec. Each piece is printed on Rives BFK 100% rag paper and bears the seal, or cachet, of the Museum. Respected as original fine quality authenticated lithograph posters, these images represent the best art produced in the period. Close-Up

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Lautrec159

Toulouse-de Lautrec. Divan Japonais. Lithograph. Limited Edition 1895 Replica Poster. The paper size is 31"x 34". This piece was acquired in 1985. Originally executed in 1893, this poster was designed to accompany the opening of a cafe concert (The Divan Japonais) in the rue des Martyrs. The print depicts Jane Avril, a model, seated at the edge of the orchestra pit which was used as the bar. She is made up in the Japonais fashion, her face thick with pancake makeup. The chanteuse, whose head has been left out of the picture, is Yvette Guilbert, identifiable by the long black gloves, a standard part of her costume. Despite the success of the poster, which some consider one of Lautrec's most successful, the cafe-concert closed shortly after it opened. Color is brilliant and the texture of the piece is lush. For more information on this recreation please see the paragraphs above. The artwork, full surface and texture, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$ 450.

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Toulouse-de Lautrec. May Belfort. Lithograph. Limited Edition 1895 Replica Poster. The paper size is 31" x 23 1/2" . This piece was acquired in 1985. Lautrec was fascinated with the ladies of the stage. However, few posters, if any, rival the brilliance of those of May Belfort. In this poster Belfort, a Montmartre chanteuse, is holding a small black kitten whose bright eyes stare out over the footlights into the audience. This cat also appears in a series of four other prints executed by Lautrec. This kitten was to Belfort what long black gloves were to others stars, such as Lautrec's favorite Yvette Guilbert. Color is brilliant, and the texture of the piece is lush. For more information on this recreation please see the paragraphs above. The artwork, full surface and texture, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$ 385.

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Lautrec162

Toulouse-de Lautrec. La Revue Blanche. Lithograph. Limited Edition 1895 Replica Poster. The paper size is 37" x 27 1/2" . This piece was acquired in 1985. Originally executed in 1895, this work reflects Bonnard's influence on Lautrec's sense of graphic design. The figure is strongly reminiscent of Bonnard's La Petite Blanchissuese and Femme au Parpluie. The figure in this poster is Missia, wife of one of the directors of La Revue Blanche. Color is brilliant and the texture of the piece is lush. For more information on this recreation please see the paragraphs above. The artwork, full surface and texture, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$450.

Contact us to see other available Lautrec Museum de Albi certified replicas including: Elles, Jane Avril, La Chain Simpson, May Milton, Salon De Cent, and Troupe De Mille. Eglantine.

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LeFoll222

Alain Le Foll. Canyon. 86/150. Lithograph. The paper size is 26"x 20". The lithograph was acquired in 1980. The color is clear and bold, with gradations that are subtle and dynamic. The drawing is handsome, and the surface of the art has a rich tactile quality. This lithograph is a perfect pair to Mount, displayed below. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in excellent condition. Close-Up

$750.

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LeFoll222

Alain Le Foll. Mount 136/150. Lithograph. The paper size is 26"x 20". The lithograph was acquired in 1980. The color is clear and bold, with gradations that are subtle and dynamic. The drawing is handsome, and the surface of the art has a rich tactile quality. This lithograph is a perfect pair to Canyon, displayed above. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in excellent condition. Close-Up

$750.

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Max262

Peter Max. Mime, 62/250. Lithograph. The paper size is 14" x 9 3/4". The work was acquired in 1982. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. This lithograph created in the height of Max's career, is a handsome and classic example of Peter Max's best known, loved and collected work. The lithograph, the entire surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$2,400.


See: Clayton Pond.

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McCormick19

Harry McCormick. Lamp. 121/250. Lithograph. The paper size is 30" x 30". The lithograph was acquired in 1979. This piece, created at the height of McCormick's career, is a classic example of the master printmaker's talent with interiors. For more about this work and the artist please see the paragraphs above. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$650.

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McMillan97

Stephen McMillan. Cypress Path. 3/200. Acquatint. The paper size is 30" x 42". The Acquatint is created with three plates and was acquired in 1982. For discussion about the artist's work see the paragraphs above. This acquatint is a perfect pair to Vernal Falls, displayed directly below. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$750.

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McMillan98

Stephen McMillan. Vernal Falls. 111/150. Acquatint. The paper size is 30" x 42". The acquatint is created with two plates and was acquired in 1982. For discussion about the artist's work see the paragraphs above. This acquatint is a perfect pair to Cypress Path, the work displayed directly above. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$750.

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Minch495

Edith Minch. 246/250. Cathedral Basilica SS. Peter and Paul. Offset Lithograph. The paper size is 18" x 16". This piece with the complete Philadelphia Landmarks suite was acquired in 1986. The image is signed in the plate and is also signed and numbered in pencil on the sheet. This piece was created to honor the architectural landmark depicted in it. The legend sheet discusses the history of religious freedom that inspired the creation of the building in 1846, and traces the history of this world renowned sanctuary and the treasures within it. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

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Minch495L

Legend : Cathedral Basilica SS. Peter and Paul. Offset Lithograph. The paper size is 18" x 16". This handsome lithograph is a beautifully illustrated history of the structure conceived in 1846, one of the most enduring monuments to Philadelphia's tradition of religious liberty. The Legend discusses and illustrates the impressive baldachin, or canopy, that covers the main altar, the gleaming capitals and entablature which are cast in bronze, and treasures displayed within including a silver chalice lined with gold that was given to St. John Neumann in 1852 by the people of the diocese upon his elevation to bishop in 1852. The cathedral is known throughout the Catholic world for its collection of religious and secular art, including the original decorative work by Constantino Brumidi, who also decorated the United States Capitol dome. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up

The two lithographs: $500.


Contact us to see the complete Philadelphia Landmarks suite.

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Morgan271T

John P. Morgan. Les Gravures. This composite gives some examples of John P. Morgan's fantastic art style. Images are imaginative, allegorical and realistic. Morgan's unique compositional style gives the work an intensely mystical quality. Color is rich, subtle, and modulated with fine detailed drawing. Close-Up


Contact us to see other available Morgan images not shown on our site at this time.

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Morgan272

John P. Morgan. Les Paons. 61/300. Lithograph combined with Serigraph. The paper size is 23" x 35". The print was acquired in 1982. The serigraph is signed and numbered in pencil. For more information about the art please see the paragraphs above. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Les Paons is a perfect pair to Les Grues displayed directly below. Close-Up

$300.

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Morgan269

John P. Morgan. Les Grues. 60/300. Lithograph combined with Serigraph. The paper size is 23" x 35". The print was acquired in 1982. The serigraph is signed and numbered in pencil. For more information about the art please see the paragraphs above. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Les Grues is a perfect pair to Les Paons displayed directly above. Close-Up

$300.


Contact us to see other available Morgan images not shown on our site at this time.

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Rosenau772

Ann O. Rosenau. Trio in Dark Blue. Sandprint. 6/25. The paper size is 12" x 10". The piece was acquired in 1981. The sandprint is signed and numbered in pencil. Trio is a classic example of Rosenau's work. The work had been framed with an acid mat prior to our acquisition of it and there is some foxing at the window of the opening of the mat. There are some minor handling creases. There are no surface scratches or skinning on the print surface. Other than what is above here, the artworks margins and art surface, is in excellent condition. Close-Up

Note: This artwork is also printed in blue and green, and black and white. Contact us to see them.

$85.

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Rosenau741

Ann O. Rosenau. About Face. Etching. A/P. The paper size is 30" x 22". The piece was acquired in 1981. The print is signed and numbered in pencil. This embossed etching is a classic example of Rosenau's work. For more information about the art and the artist, please read the paragraphs above. About Face was framed with an acid mat before our acquisition of it. There is some foxing where the window of the mat opened. There are some minor handling creases. There are no surface scratches or skinning on the print surface. Otherwise the artwork, margins and art surface, is in excellent condition. Close-Up

Notes: The skewed paper and darkened side of the page is the result of the photographic process. The actual art paper is rectangular and margins are white on all sides.

This artwork is also printed in tan. Contact us to see it.

$200.

Contact us to see other Rosenau work that is available but is not shown on our site at this time.

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Running544

John Running. Navajo Reservation 1975 Adakai. Photograph. 1975. Black Mesa, Arizona. (Nikon F,105mm f/2.5Nikkor, 1/25 at 1/4 on Kodachrome 64 film.) The paper size is 20" x 16". The photograph was acquired in 1985. In November 2001 Running wrote in response to my questions about this picture. "Adakai was an old Navajo man - he was in his 90's when I made the photo back in 1975. He and his wife had 12 children. They had 60 grand children and over 200 great grand children - and great great grand children. Adakai lived south of Black Mesa, at the head of the Denibito Wash, on the Navajo Reservation in Northern Arizona. Each year I am still contacted by decedents of Adaki. It is nice. It is also surprising to me that his people still remember that photo." The photograph is in pristine condition. Close-Up

$600.

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Salenas737

Salenas. Honfleur. 62/ 175. Lithograph. The paper size is 29 1/2" x 21". The colors are warm and rich. The representation is clean and crisp. The lithograph was acquired in 1980. The lithograph is signed and numbered in the margin. The art, margins and art surface is in excellent condition. Close-Up

$300.

See: Bueno and Van Decker, ships.

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Schmitt001

Sandra McKenzie Schmitt, USA. Ballet Dancer, Ceramic Sculpture,12" High. Close-Up

$500.

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Tattersfield443a

Tattersfield, Atlantic City Pier. Unique Drawing. Pen and Ink Drawing. The paper size is 16" x 20". This drawing was acquired in 1976. For information about the drawing and its history please read the paragraphs above. This drawing was photographed while mounted and matted. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

$450.

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Tattersfield446

Tattersfield, Ocean Pier. Unique Painting. Gouache and Ink Drawing. The paper size is 16" x 20". This drawing was acquired in 1976. For information about the drawing and its history please read the paragraphs above. This drawing was photographed while mounted and matted. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

$600.

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Tattersfield437

Tattersfield, The Hunt. Unique. Pen and Ink Drawing. The paper size is 16" x 20". This drawing was acquired in 1976. For information about the drawing and its history please read the paragraphs above. This drawing was photographed while mounted and matted. The artwork, margins and art surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

$450.

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Skinner131

Skinner. Openland. 89/90 Etching. The paper size is 21" x 24". The etching was acquired in 1979. The artwork is signed and numbered in pencil. The dark side of the photograph was created in the photographic process. It is not a dark area in the print. The left margin has a crease in the center portion. The margins have some slight handling creases. Other than what is described above, the artwork, margins and art surface are in excellent condition. Close-Up | Closer

$485.

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Skinner132

Skinner. Plane Field. 4/90 Etching. The paper size is 21" x 24". The etching was acquired in 1979. The artwork is signed and numbered in pencil. The dark side of the photograph was created in the photographic process. It is not a dark area in the print. Aside from the some slight handling creases in the margins, the artwork, margins and art surface is in excellent condition. Close-Up | Closer

$485.

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Skinner133

Skinner. Road to Oxfordshire. 44/90 Etching. The paper size is 21" x 24". The etching was acquired in 1979. The artwork is signed and numbered in pencil. The dark side of the photograph was created in the photographic process, by the deckle edge of the paper. It is not a dark area in the print. There is a crease in the top of the left margin and other slight handling creases in the margin. Otherwise, the artwork, margins and art surface are in excellent condition. Close-Up | Closer

$485.

Contact us to see other Skinner works, including Cheltons and British Plane Fields.

See Bisson: British Landscapes.

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Solombre360

Jean Solombre. Image of a Circus Tent. From Le Coeur Memorable Suite. A suite of 8 engravings each accompanied by a poem written by the artist. 78/20. Aquatint Engraving. The paper size is 22" x30". The engraving was published in 1978 in Paris. The engraving is signed and numbered in pencil. The paper is Arches and has deckled edges. This monochromatic work is inked with lush, rich color and texture. It, like each images in this suite, is art about intermediate moments and self introspection. This circus tent image is magical and mystical. The engraving is accompanied by a poem which directs the viewer from dream to reality. The suite is dedicated to Solombre's father and celebrates life. Artwork, margins and surfaces, is in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

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Solombre360A

Jean Solombre. Poem for the Tent Image. The paper size is 22" x 30". The poem is written in French. Translation to English is available on request. The Poem Page is written on deckel edged Arches paper. The Poem Page is suitable for framing. Margins and surfaces are in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

The Aquatint and Poem, together $1,850.

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Solombre361

Jean Solombre. Landscape: Field with Trees. From Le Coeur Memorable Suite. A suite of 8 engravings each accompanied by a poem written by the artist. 78/120. Aquatint Engraving. The paper size is 22" x30". The engraving was published in 1978 in Paris. The engraving is signed and numbered in pencil. The paper is Arches and has deckled edges. This monochromatic work is inked with lush, rich color and texture. It, like each images in this suite, is art about intermediate moments and self introspection. This field and tree image is magical and mystical. The engraving is accompanied by a poem which directs the viewer from dream to reality. The suite is dedicated to Solombre's father and celebrates life. Artwork, margins and surfaces, is in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

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Solombre361A

Jean Solombre. Poem for the Field Image. The paper size is 22" x 30". The poem is written in French. Translation to English is available on request. The Poem Page is written on deckel edged Arches paper. The Poem Page is suitable for framing. Margins and surfaces are in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

The Aquatint and Poem, together $1,850.

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Solombre362

Jean Solombre. Landscape: Field with Clouds. From Le Coeur Memorable Suite. A suite of 8 engravings each accompanied by a poem written by the artist. 78/120. Aquatint Engraving. The paper size is 22" x30". The engraving was published in 1978 in Paris. The engraving is signed and numbered in pencil. The paper is Arches and has deckled edges. This monochromatic work with browns greys, purples and greens is inked with lush, rich color and texture. It, like each images in this suite, is art about intermediate moments and self introspection. This field and clouds image is magical and mystical. The engraving is accompanied by a poem which directs the viewer from dream to reality. The suite is dedicated to Solombre's father and celebrates life. Artwork, margins and surfaces, is in pristine condition.Close-Up | Closer

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Solombre362A

Jean Solombre. Poem for the Field with Clouds Image. The paper size is 22" x 30". The poem is written in French. Translation to English is available on request. The Poem Page is written on deckel edged Arches paper. The Poem Page is suitable for framing. Margins and surfaces are in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

The Aquatint and Poem, together $1,850.

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Solombre363

Jean Solombre. Sea: Calm Sea with Reflections. From Le Coeur Memorable Suite. A suite of 8 engravings each accompanied by a poem written by the artist. 78/120. Aquatint Engraving. The paper size is 22" x30". The engraving was published in 1978 in Paris. The engraving is signed and numbered in pencil. The paper is Arches and has deckled edges. This monochromatic work is inked with lush, rich color and texture. It, like each images in this suite, is art about intermediate moments and self introspection. This sea with reflection image is magical and mystical. The engraving is accompanied by a poem which directs the viewer from dream to reality. The suite is dedicated to Solombre's father and celebrates life. Artwork, margins and surfaces, is in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

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Solombre363A

Jean Solombre. Poem for the Sea Image. The paper size is 22" x 30". The poem is written in French. Translation to English is available on request. The Poem Page is written on deckel edged Arches paper. The Poem Page is suitable for framing. Margins and surfaces are in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

The Aquatint and Poem, together $1,850.


See Corneille:French Artist.

Contact us to see other available engravings by Solombre, not shown on our site at this time.

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VanDecker738

Van Decker. Boats at Dock 296/300. Lithograph. The paper size is 36 1/2" x 24 1/2". The colors are warm and rich. The representation is clean and crisp. The lithograph was acquired in 1980. The lithograph is signed and numbered in pencil. The art, margins and art surface is in excellent condition. Close-Up

$300.


See: Bueno and Salenas, ships.


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WineArt: 1978-81

The posters illustrated in this composite and displayed below are replicas of the labels used on the wines they advertise. The posters were created as art posters in 1983. The works are original lithographs and their quality is excellent. The wine labels in our collection include: Chateau Montela, Frog's Leap, Jordan, Mt. Veeder, Panache, Pecota, Scramsberg, St. Clement, and Stag's Leap. Close-Up


Contact us to see any Wine Art lithograph poster displayed on this composite.

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Wine375

WineArt. Frog's Leap. Poster. Lithograph. The paper size is 30" x 22". Frog's Leap is a wonderful poster with rich color and gold raised margins around the image. This charming illustration advertises Sauvignon Blanc from the Napa Valley in California. The art poster is in pristine condition. Close-up

$300.

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Wine379

WineArt. Panache. Poster. Lithograph. The paper size is 22" x 22". This beautiful Panache wine label takes its design from the French Bell Epoque art period and the art of world renown Austrian artist Alphonse Mucha's Reverie, which was used in calendar and poster designs in 1896. The woman in Mucha's Reverie has, over the years, been called "the girl with bedroom eyes." This handsome wine art poster has a gold embossed seal. Gold ink is used in the boarders around the image and it has fine quality inked lithograph surface. This art poster is in pristine condition. Close-up

Note: The seal in this original poster is embossed with design and printing. Photographic process for website display may have compromised the look of the image and the fine graphic quality presented in this original poster.

$500.

Contact us to see any Wine Art displayed on the composite photograph, above.

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Yokoi231

Tomoe Yokoi. Broom . A/P The edition size is 100. Mezzotint and Aquatint Etching. The paper size is 26" x 20". This 1973 etching was acquired in 1985. The work is signed and numbered in pencil. For information about this work and the process please see the paragraphs above. This artwork, margins and surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

$1,400.

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Yokoi232

Tomoe Yokoi. Bugle. A/P The edition size is 100. Mezzotint and Aquatint Etching. The paper size is 20" x 26". This 1973 etching was acquired in 1985. The work is signed and numbered in pencil. For information about this work and the process please see the paragraphs above. This artwork, margins and surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

$1,400.

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Yokoi235

Tomoe Yokoi. Salad Bowl . A/P The edition size is 100. Mezzotint and Aquatint Etching. The paper size is 20" x 26". This 1973 etching was acquired in 1985. The work is signed and numbered in pencil. For information about this work and the process please see the paragraphs above. This artwork, margins and surface, is in pristine condition. Close-Up | Closer

$1,400.






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