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Abstract & Geometric

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.
M G  Martin: Singing Cicada


Singing Cicada

Linocut, 1997.


M. G. Martin, Amer., (1931-20013), Linocut, 1997, Ed. 50, 30-5/16 21-7/8, sheet 36-1/2 x 26-1/8, large full margins, unsigned, on warm white wove p...

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Haku Maki: Gui IV: Snow

MAKI, Haku

Gui IV: Snow

Woodblock Print, Unknown.


Dimensions: 4" x 4" Medium: Concrete Relief, Gold Leaf, Japanese Print Edition Size: 300

Katsunori Hamanishi: Division Work no. 42

HAMANISHI, Katsunori

Division Work no. 42

Other, 1994.


Dimensions: 18" x 23" Medium: Mezzotint, Japanese Print Edition Size: 50

Katsunori Hamanishi: Red Fireworks

HAMANISHI, Katsunori

Red Fireworks

Other, 2021.


Dimensions: 22.25" x 11.75" Medium: mezzotint, gold leaf Edition Size: 50

Martin Lewis: Shadow Magic

LEWIS, Martin

Shadow Magic

Lithograph, 1939.


Martin Lewis (1881-1962), Shadow Magic, 1939, drypoint, signed in pencil lower right. Reference: McCarron 126, only state, 34 impressions recorded...

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Jane E Goldman: Sumac on Glass


Sumac on Glass

Screenprint, 1997.


Jane E. Goldman, Sumac on Glass, 1997, 13-color screenprint, sheet: 34" x 28.5", ed: 64, $2000. © Jane E. Goldman 1997 Photo © www.StewartStewart.c...

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Emilio Sanchez: Lillian's House


Lillian's House

Lithograph, 1990's.


Emilio Sanchez, Cuban Amer., (1921-1999), Lillian's House, Color Lithograph, ca. late 1990's, ed. unknown, 22-1/8 x 30-1/4, signed and titled in bl...

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Katsunori Hamanishi: Manjushage: Flowers of Heaven

HAMANISHI, Katsunori

Manjushage: Flowers of Heaven

Mezzotint, 2020.


Dimensions: Image Size 27" x 53" | Paper Size 30" x 59"Medium: Mezzotint Triptych, IntaglioEdition Size: 50

 Bernard Childs: New Sun

CHILDS, Bernard

New Sun

Intaglio, 1975.


New Sun is an intaglio, a color engraving and sculpmetal, produced in 1975 by American artist Bernard Childs (1910-1985). This impression is penci...

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