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Some of us are simply not inclined to be told how we should see reality.  We turn to abstraction or geometric simplification in art, so we get to see what we want to see.  If you are one of those people, this selection will give your mind ample room to wander and discover your own view of the world.
Gertrude Barrer: Blue and Red Abstraction

BARRER, Gertrude

Blue and Red Abstraction

Drawing or Watercolor, 1950.


Gouache and Ink, 1950, 7-3/4 x 10 , signed and dated in ink, on textured cream J Whatman Hand Made watermarked paper, a few tiny stray marks of pai...

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Henri Matisse: Creole dancer, 1950.


Creole dancer, 1950.

Lithograph, 1950.


Henri Emile Benoît MATISSE Cateau-Cambrésis 1869 † Nice 1954Danseuse Créole (Creole dancer), 1950.Lithograph after his Cut-outs, printed in color o...

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Gertrude Barrer: Two Mythic Figures

BARRER, Gertrude

Two Mythic Figures

Drawing or Watercolor, 1950.


Gertrude Barrer, Amer., (1921-1997), Two Mythic Figures, Tempera, Ink and Varnish, 1950, 8-7/8 x 11-3/4, signed and dated in ink, on cream colored ...

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Hildegarde Haas: Orange River.

HAAS, Hildegarde

Orange River.

Woodcut, 1950.


Hildegarde Haas (1926-2002).Color woodcut, 1950.Edition 14.Signed, titled and dated in pencil. Inscribed "Proof."Image size 24 x 13 1/2" (6.10 x 34...

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