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KURT MEISTER “Jazz Saxophonist” Serigraph

$356.40
This original serigraph by American artist Kurt Meister depicts a portrait of a jazz saxophonist against a vivid background of purple, orange, and red, with hand drawn details adding plenty of vitality and action to the print. Housed in a contemporary frame, this original serigraph is signed in pencil by the artist in the lower right hand corner of the paper.  This serigraph is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

PETER HAINES (1942-) “Landscape with Red Tree” Serigraph

$316.80
This serigraph by American artist Peter DeCamp Haines (1942-) depicts a stylized landscape rendered in geometric forms with a large tree in red sprouting just off-center from the composition. Born in Ohio, Haines primarily works as a sculptor with this serigraph echoing his unique, sculptural shape language that has led to exhibitions throughout the United States. A less common work on paper by Haines, this serigraph is signed, titled, and numbered 6/28 by the artist along the bottom of the print. This serigraph is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

ROY FAIRCHILD WOODARD (1953-) “Girl with Lilies” Serigraph

$1,076.40
This serigraph on paper by British artist Roy Fairchild Woodard (1953-) depicts an expressionistic rendering of a female figure nestled against a grouping of lily flowers, providing an intimate gift for the viewer’s senses. Born in Surrey, England, Fairchild draws strong inspiration from artists such as Egon Schiele and Gustav Klimt, infusing these champions of the past into his contemporary works. This serigraph is housed in a distressed gold frame and is signed, titled, and numbered 1/350 by the artist along the bottom of the print. This serigraph is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

After AUGUSTE RODIN “Femme Nue Assise et de Dos” Serigraph

$316.80
Printed after an original drawing by famed French sculptor Auguste Rodin (1840-1917), this serigraph depicts a female nude, seated away from the viewer in an intimate display of modesty. In contrast from his typical work of heavy bronze sculpture, Rodin crafts an image here that is ghostly and thin, almost non-existent and abstract in its loose, gestual rendering. Housed in an ornate gold frame, this serigraph is unmarked, free of any plate signature or estate stamp. This serigraph is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

ANDREW WARDEN (1949-) “Forest Glade” Serigraph on Paper

$94.40
This serigraph on paper by English artist and illustrator Andrew Warden (1949-) depicts a forest clearing lush with verdure, rays of bright sunshine peeking through the thick foliage of the woods. Encouraged by his mother to draw at an early age, Warden’s career began as an illustrator, gradually transitioning to that of a fine artist renowned for his beautiful take on landscape painting. This charming serigraph is matted and housed in a wood framing and is signed, titled, and numbered 366/650 by the artist along the bottom of the paper. This serigraph is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

Signed ALTMAN Colorblock Serigraph on Paper

$286.40
This original color serigraph depicts abstract, colorblock forms in orange and ivory against a grey background, linework intersecting the image’s composition. This serigraph offers a true piece of abstract art into the home at its most decorative form, with an earthy, neutral palette that will pair with other pieces in the collection. Housed in a mottled brown frame with gold accents, this serigraph is signed “Altman” by the unknown artist in the lower right corner of the paper.    This serigraph is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

ARKADY OSTRITSKY (1948-) “La Dame Brune” Serigraph on Paper

$318.40
Large serigraph on paper by Moldovan-born painter Arkady Ostritsky (1948-) depicts the outer facade of the “A la Dame Brune”, a noteworthy restaurant in Paris, France. Though Ostritsky’s typical subject matter is more of the figurative variety, here he puts his skills on display by creating a warm, architectural piece, the restaurant bathed in warm light to highlight its cozy aesthetic. Matted and housed in a black frame, this beautiful serigraph is signed and numbered 149/350 by the artist along the bottom of the print.  This serigraph is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

NIKI DE SAINT PHALLE (1930-2002) “Remember?” Serigraph

$2,320.00
Serigraph by French-American artist Niki de Saint Phalle (1930-2002) is titled “Remember?” and depicts various moments of intimacy with a couple paired with whimsical colorful figures. Noted for her experimental style of making art that incorporated whimsical, light-hearted elements, Saint Phalle presents an image of charged eroticism meant to explore the passions she held for her lover. Housed in a modest silver frame, this serigraph is signed by the artist at the right hand corner of the print in faded ink. About the Artist: Catherine Marie-Agnès Fal de Saint Phalle was born in 1930 near Paris to a French father and an American mother as the second of five children. She spent most of her childhood in New York City, and summers in Connecticut or Long Island, though she frequently returned to France to visit relatives, becoming fluent in both French and English. Working as a fashion model in her late teens, Saint Phalle appeared on the cover of Life Magazine and in the pages of Elle and Harper’s Bazaar, and eloped with Henry Matthews, an author and childhood friend, at the age of 18. While Matthews studied music at Harvard University, Saint Phalle began to explore painting, being encouraged to paint as a form of therapy. At the end of the 1950s, Saint Phalle and her husband moved back to Paris. In 1960, however, the couple separated and Saint Phalle moved to a new apartment, established a studio, and met artist Jean Tinguely, with whom she would collaborate artistically. Within a year, they had moved in together and begun a romantic relationship. Saint Phalle became part of the Nouveau Réalisme movement along with Tinguely, Yves Klein, Arman and others, being the only woman in the group. Her most famous and prolific series of works, the Nanas, were begun in the mid-1960s and were inspired by a friend's pregnancy, her reflections on archetypal feminine forms, and the vexed positions that women occupy in modern, patriarchal societies. 'Nanas,' a French slang word roughly equivalent to 'broads,' is a title that encapsulates the theme of the everywoman as well as the casual denigration that closely accompanies the rhetorical grouping of women as a social category. Saint Phalle became one of the first artists to get involved with the AIDS crisis, with the 1980s also serving as the the most prolific period in the Nanas series. Working at her art until the very end, Saint Phalle died in La Jolla, California in May of 2002 and has been immortalized as an artist that has had a significant effect on the development of conceptual art and feminism. This serigraph is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

JIM BUCKELS (1948-) Serigraph “New Order” – Signed

$1,084.80
Serigraph by American contemporary painter and printmaker Jim Buckels (1948-) depicts a dreamlike image of a modern house against a blue night sky. Titled “New Order”, a tree juts into the viewer’s space, obscuring the clear night sky while the architecture of the composition leads the viewer to adjacent stairs and archways, and further, into rolling hills against a body of water. Deriving inspiration from artists such as Grant Wood, Thomas Hart Benton, and Maxfield Parrish, Buckels creates an image of fantasy that is sure to appeal to a wide audience. Housed in a sleek black frame, this serigraph is signed and numbered by Buckels at the bottom of the print. This serigraph is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.