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HOVSEP PUSHMAN(1877-1966) “The Little Princess” Giclee on Canvas

$795.00
“The Little Princess” by Hovsep Pushman is a giclee on canvas of the original painting. With an overall green hue, this still life depicts the statuette of a princess with a horse figurine, plate, and perfume bottle. Framed in gold.  About the Artist: Hovsep Pushman (1877-1966) was born in the Ottoman Empire to a family in the carpet business. He was the youngest student ever admitted to Istanbul’s Imperial School of Fine Arts at 11 years old. He and his family emigrated to Chicago in 1896, beginning his education of Chinese culture and Asian art. He started teaching at age 17 before moving to Paris to study at Académie Julian, exhibiting at Salon des Artistes Français. He won medals in both 1914 and 1921. He would spend a few years going back and forth between California and Paris, eventually settling in New York City in 1923 when he joined Grand Central Art Galleries. His art typically featured his oriental interests and education with “allegorical significance….executed with technical precision.” He received many accolades and recognition in his lifetime. His paintings are in many major museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, and the Houston Art Museum. This giclee is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

“Impudence” Etching of a Dog

$395.00
Etching of a dog titled “Impudence” along the bottom depicts a shaggy white dog with grey-tipped ears peering out of a dog house or a window. A conspicuously nibbled biscuit sits just beyond the frame on which the dog is perched.  This print is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

DAVID NAJAR “Purple Tree, Red Sun” Giclee on Paper

$895.00
“Purple Tree, Red Sun” by artist David Najar depicts just that: a tall tree with purple flowers before a sandy golden hill as a red sun sinks behind it. This giclée is float mounted to display the natural edge, mat in white and framed in an interesting metallic. Signed. About the Artist: David Najar (1962-) is a contemporary artist based in Israel. Discouraged from pursuing art by his family, Najar got his bachelor’s degree in social sciences, leading him to an exercise facility where he would take interest in Krav Maga. Soon after, he would foster a relationship with the creator of Krav Maga and become an instructor under his mentorship. In his 30s, he observed a Renoir painting that stirred the artistic inclinations of his youth, spurring an enrollment in art classes. After classes, he would seek the mentorship of the renowned artist Itzchak Tarkay, who he would paint alongside from 2003 until Tarkay’s death in 2012. Self described as a Contemporary Expressionist, Najar uses emotional color and imaginative abstraction. Najar’s painting studio is located in Israel. This print is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

DAVID NAJAR “Approaching Dusk” Giclee on Paper

$895.00
“Approaching Dusk” by artist David Najar depicts a shadowy tree amongst swirling purple flowers on green and yellow stems. Grey clouds fill the sky with dark blue along the horizon. This giclée is float mounted to display the natural edge, mat in black and framed in black with gold accents. Signed. About the Artist: David Najar (1962-) is a contemporary artist based in Israel. Discouraged from pursuing art by his family, Najar got his bachelor’s degree in social sciences, leading him to an exercise facility where he would take interest in Krav Maga. Soon after, he would foster a relationship with the creator of Krav Maga and become an instructor under his mentorship. In his 30s, he observed a Renoir painting that stirred the artistic inclinations of his youth, spurring an enrollment in art classes. After classes, he would seek the mentorship of the renowned artist Itzchak Tarkay, who he would paint alongside from 2003 until Tarkay’s death in 2012. Self described as a Contemporary Expressionist, Najar uses emotional color and imaginative abstraction. Najar’s painting studio is located in Israel. This print is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

DAVID NAJAR “Starting Fresh” Giclee on Paper

$895.00
“Starting Fresh” by artist David Najar depicts a tall tree with colorful leaves, reflected in the watery foreground. This composition is seemingly split into quarters, evoking the aesthetic of the passing seasons. This giclée is float mounted to display the natural edge, mat in black and framed in an interesting burl with metallic. Signed and dated 215/2250. About the Artist: David Najar (1962-) is a contemporary artist based in Israel. Discouraged from pursuing art by his family, Najar got his bachelor’s degree in social sciences, leading him to an exercise facility where he would take interest in Krav Maga. Soon after, he would foster a relationship with the creator of Krav Maga and become an instructor under his mentorship. In his 30s, he observed a Renoir painting that stirred the artistic inclinations of his youth, spurring an enrollment in art classes. After classes, he would seek the mentorship of the renowned artist Itzchak Tarkay, who he would paint alongside from 2003 until Tarkay’s death in 2012. Self described as a Contemporary Expressionist, Najar uses emotional color and imaginative abstraction. Najar’s painting studio is located in Israel. This print is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

DAVID NAJAR “Muted Glow” Giclee on Paper

$895.00
“Muted Glow” by artist David Najar depicts a shadowy tree with an orange sun setting in the background. This giclée is float mounted to display the natural edge, mat in black and framed in an interesting metallic. Signed and dated 629/2250. About the Artist: David Najar (1962-) is a contemporary artist based in Israel. Discouraged from pursuing art by his family, Najar got his bachelor’s degree in social sciences, leading him to an exercise facility where he would take interest in Krav Maga. Soon after, he would foster a relationship with the creator of Krav Maga and become an instructor under his mentorship. In his 30s, he observed a Renoir painting that stirred the artistic inclinations of his youth, spurring an enrollment in art classes. After classes, he would seek the mentorship of the renowned artist Itzchak Tarkay, who he would paint alongside from 2003 until Tarkay’s death in 2012. Self described as a Contemporary Expressionist, Najar uses emotional color and imaginative abstraction. Najar’s painting studio is located in Israel. This print is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

BOB TIMBERLAKE “Snow World” Numbered Remarque Print

$895.00
“Snow World” by artist Bob Timberlake is a limited remarque print, where Timberlake paints overtop a typical print. This piece depicts a barren tree trunk surrounded by white, as snow drifts down to pile atop the accumulation. Geese fly low from behind the tree. Titled, signed and numbered 277/300 at plate line, well framed in wood with metallic detail and canvas mat.  About the Artist: Bob Timberlake (1937-) is a realist painter known for his nature scenes and his furniture designs and licensing, mostly with Lexington Furniture. He is a self-taught artist who felt his calling to become a painter at 28 years old. Timberlake’s works have entered innumerable American homes with his painting, prints, furniture, and even postage stamps.  This print is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

“Morning Song” Signed and Numbered Print

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“Morning Song” depicts a green landscape with a tree lined pond, with a focus on the power lines in the foreground. Colorful styling on the electrical lines create a lively buzz under a blue sky. Illegibly signed, dated 1984, #21/195. This print is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

SALVADOR DALI “Virgil Comforts Dante” Woodblock Engraving from The Divine Comedy

$1,295.00
Woodblock engraving print depicts Virgil comforting Dante from a series illustraiting The Divine Comedy by Salvador Dali. A light palette with delicate rust tones creates an ethereal feeling emanating from the piece. Signed in plate, blind stamp of editor Jean Estrada embossed on corner.  Dali was commissioned by the Italian government in 1950  to create a complete work of these illustrations to commemorate the 700th anniversary of Dante’s birth. After much dispute amongst the government powers over Dali’s self-admitted questionable morality, the exhibition and commission were cancelled. Dali had already become obsessed with the concept, so he decided to work with French fine art publisher Joseph Forêt instead. In 1959, the limited edition books were published. In May of 1960, and exhibition of 100 original watercolors by Salvador Dali illustrated 12,000 verses from The Divine Comedy. About the Artist: Salvador Dali (1904-1989) was a surrealist painter best known for his melting clocks. Dali was born in Spain to a wealthy family who encouraged him to pursue art. He studied in Madrid and later relocated to France where he met Pablo Picasso. His painting’s typically featured dream-like motifs as he believed that dreams and imagination should take precedence over marginal human thought. Salvador Dali is widely regarded as one of the most influential artists of the 20th-century. This print is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

ALEXANDER CALDER Double Page Lithograph from DERRIERE LE MIROIR

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A lithograph designed by American kinetic sculptor Alexander Calder (1898-1976). The print was published in Derriere Le Miroir by Galerie Maeght in Paris, France. Derriere le Miror was a French art magazine created, edited and published by Aime Maeght (1906-1981), who ran the publication from 1946 until his death, with the last edition published posthumously in 1982. The industry frequently refers to this as DLM. The publication began at the end of the second World War when exiled artists were starting to create, free from regime persecution. All prints taken from DLM show a snapshot in time of the 20th century, post-war art scene. This lithograph is just one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

Signed Hand Embellished Abstract Print on Canvas

$625.50
Hand embellished abstract print on canvas has a lovely neutral palette hand embellished with bright gold, matching the bright gold frame. Signed in corner.  This piece is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

JAMIE CHASE “Seated Figure” Abstract Etching

$695.00
Large etching by Jamie Chase titled “Seated Figure” uses a modern, abstract style to depict the subject. Bold swathes of black created the silhouette of the figure, with strokes of marigold yellow and red creating dynamic texture and color. Titled and signed in pencil along lower border. Frame in sleek, natural wood.  About the Artist: Jamie Chase (1954-) is an American, Sacramento born artist who studied painting and drawing at San Francisco Art Institute. He is based in Santa Fe. He is known for his abstract work, particularly figures.  This etching is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.