Very good condition.
18″W x 20″H
ROBERT KIPNISS Limited Edition Lithograph – Signed
Signed and numbered #185/275, a limited edition color lithograph by American author, and artist Robert Kipniss. A recipient of various honors and awards, this lithographic print is a demonstration of Kipniss‘ vision and talent. Using a dry point etching technique, Kipniss depicts two homes surrounded by trees and bushes, with a dreamlike hazy atmosphere. This lithograph is matted and comes housed in a distressed metallic frame.
This lithograph is amongst hundreds of pieces of artwork that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
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SKU: MBM_P1417 Categories: Famous Artists, Prints Tags: American, Etching, Famous Artist, Lithograph
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Very good condition.
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ROGER MÜHL (1929-2008) Lithograph of a French Landscape
Original lithograph by French painter Roger Mühl (1929-2008) depicts a postmodern landscape in gentle tones of green and blue. Washy treatments of ink complement the cream tone of the paper, creating a sense of atmosphere to Mühl’s subtle composition; a stark contrast to Mühl’s more impasto oil paintings. Housed in a sleek, silver frame, this lithograph is signed and numbered by the artist at the bottom of the print. This lithograph is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
RENÈ GRUAU (1909-2004) “Les Girls Suite” Limited Edition Signed Lithograph
This large, limited edition lithograph by visionary fashion illustrator René Gruau (1909-2004) comes from the “Les Girls Suite” collection, in which Gruau depicts female figures cloaking themselves against the printed background of the lithographic paper. Rendered in yellow, Gruau depicts this nude figure in a turban, sensually locking eyes with the viewer. Framed in a tall, fabric-wrapped frame with black trim, this lithograph is signed by Gruau in the lower right corner of the print. Two other lithographs from this series are available, each sold separately. About the Artist: Born Renato Zavagli Ricciardelli delle Caminate in Rimini, Italy, in 1909, Gruau was the son of an Italian count and French aristocrat. Instead of following in his father's footsteps and accepting the job of a royal military commander, Gruau’s passion and inclination led him to a love and pursuit of fine arts, and he began supporting his mother by selling illustrations to fashion magazines at the age of fourteen. Gruau moved to the United States in 1948 to work for Vogue and Harper's Bazaar. He remained with the magazine for two years, before working as the sole illustrator for Flair. Influenced by Japanese woodblock prints and the simplified designs of Toulouse-Lautrec, Gruau created a style of elegance that has had a lasting effect on how fashion is illustrated today. Gruau's artwork is recognized and commended internationally in some of the world’s most prestigious art museums including the Louvre in Paris and the Blank in Italy. He passed away in 2004 in Rome, Italy at the age of 95. This lithograph is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
AL HIRSCHFELD “Sukeroku” Lithograph from The Kabuki Series #144/275
Stunning lithograph from Al Hirschfeld (1903-2003) depicting Kabuki performer with large parasol. “Sukeroku” was published in 1976 by Goodstadt. Hirschfeld was heavily influenced by Kabuki theater and Japanese woodblock prints, and was invited to Tokyo by a Japanese foundation. After this trip he created twelve prints, which was the birth of “The Kabuki Series”. About the Artist: Albert "Al" Hirschfeld (1903 –2003) was born in St. Louis, Missouri, later moving with his family to New York City to study at the Art Students League of New York. In 1924 Hirschfeld traveled to Paris and London to study painting, drawing and sculpture. Upon his return to the States a friend and Broadway press agent showed one of his drawings to an editor at the New York Herald Tribune. He received commissions from them, and later, The New York Times. Hirschfeld is best known as a caricaturist who created black and white portraits of celebrities and Broadway stars
Signed Abstract Landscape Lithograph
Original lithograph print depicts an abstract landscape of earthy greens and clay red against a dying sunset. A postmodern landscape with wide appeal to both traditional and contemporary tastes, the subject matter is intentionally left vague, leaving the decision of placement up to each individual viewer. Housed in a modest wood frame, this original lithograph is numbered and signed illegibly by the unknown artist. This lithograph is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
ZVONIMIR MIHANOVIС́ (1946-) “Morning Rendezvous” Lithoserigraph
Titled “Morning Rendezvous”, this lithoserigraph by Croatian artist Zvonimir Mihanović (1946-) depicts nesting boats against a tranquil sea. Known for his hyper-realistic representations of the Dalmatian coast off the Adriatic Sea, Mihanović crafts an image of peacefulness and serenity using common seascape painting language. Housed in a sculpted gold frame, this serigraph is signed and numbered by the artist at the bottom of the print. This lithoserigraph is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
Antique Set of 9 AUGUSTE RACINET (1825-1893) Chromolithographs
This set of nine chromolithographs by 19th century French artist Auguste Racinet (1825-1893) depicts various designs for tapestry and decorative motifs, each dated to their corresponding era. Renowned for his work The Costume History, a landmark study of clothing and style throughout the ages, this set of chromolithographs are dated to the late 1800s and still maintain an eye-catching array of color. Each print is framed in distressed white, unsigned by the artist. This set of chromolithographs is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
ALVAR SUÑOL (1935-) “Sur la Table” Limited Edition Lithograph
Limited edition lithograph from noted Spanish painter Alvar Suñol (1935-) depicts a stylized figure in a room of blue, bordered by an array of accompanying figures set into the composition via geometric framing. Renowned for his technical expertise and recognized as one of the last active modernist painters, Suñol has crafted a piece to be sought after by modernist enthusiasts. Framed in gold, this limited edition lithograph is signed by Suñol in the bottom left corner of the paper. About the Artist: Alvar Suñol was born in 1935 in the Catalan fishing village of Montat. Spain along the Mediterranean coast near Barcelona. Alvar first began painting at the age of 12 and was accepted into the Escuela Superior de Bellas Artes de San Jorge in Barcelona when he was 17. At age 18, he won the Young Painter's Prize in a competition and his painting was acquired by the Museum of Modern Art in Barcelona for its permanent collection. After marrying his childhood sweetheart, Alvar moved to Paris, where he showed alongside other prestigious artists such as Picasso, Dali, and Miro. He became known by art collectors for original lithographs and exhibited regularly throughout the United States, Europe, Canada and Japan. After ten years in Paris, he returned to Spain where he has lived and worked out of his studio through the present. Alvar works in watercolor, oil, ceramics, engravings, sculpture, lithography, graphite drawings, murals and monuments. This lithograph is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
WASSILY KANDINSKY (1866-1944) “Circuit” Original Lithograph on Handmade Paper
Original lithograph on handmade paper by renowned Russian artist Wassily Kandinksy (1866-1944) depicts an abstracted composition of split planes and geometric forms. Generally regarded as the pioneer for abstraction in western art, Kandinsky’s work continues to be viewed favorably by museum curators and art historians for its expressive quality and masterful color treatments. Matted and housed in a handsome wooden frame, this original lithograph is sourced from an edition of 150, and is plate signed in the lower left hand corner of the print by the artist. About the Artist: Wassily Kandinsky was born in Moscow on December 16, 1866 to musical parents Lidia Ticheeva and Vasily Silvestrovich Kandinsky, a tea merchant. When Kandinsky was 5 years old, his parents divorced, and he moved to Odessa, where he learned to play the piano and cello in grammar school, studying drawing with a coach at this time as well. Although originally following his family’s wishes to study law, Kandinsky abandoned this career path after viewing an exhibition of French Impressionist paintings in Moscow, moving to Munich to pursue art full-time. Accepted into the prestigious Munich Academy of Art, Kandinsky’s studies were largely self-directed and after mastering traditional techniques of color and form, he set off on creating the more expressive, emotive works that would cement his legacy. Both world wars interfered with Kandinsky’s later career, and although he had achieved German citizenship, the Nazi regime labeled his work among the “degenerative arts”, with 57 of his works being confiscated. Fleeing to Neuilly-sur-Seine after Germany invaded France, Kandinsky lived a secluded life before dying in 1944 at the age of 77. Considered one of the pioneers of abstract art in the western art circles, Kandinsky continues to be a controversial and highly sought-out artist into the 21st century. This lithograph is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.