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Abstractions

Whether you have a mid-century home that can't take anything figurative, or you simply don't like narrative art, we've got you covered.  Check out these artists whose prints have abstracted reality into something all their own.
Bernard Brussel-Smith - City Scene I - wood engraving Sold
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City Scene I

BRUSSEL-SMITH, Bernard

Wood engraving on white wove paper. Edition of 100. Signed, titled and numbered in pencil. 

Victor Delhez - Troupeau de Mouton - Sheet Herd - woodcut Sold
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Sheep

DELHEZ, Victor

Schapen (original Dutch title) Woodcut on wove paper. As published in the loose-sheet portfolio titled 15 Houtsneden door Victor Delhez. From a sta...

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Victor Delhez - Singes - Monkeys - baboon - woodcut Sold
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Monkeys

DELHEZ, Victor

Apen (original Dutch title) Woodcut on smooth wove paper. As published in the loose-sheet portfolio titled 15 Houtsneden door Victor Delhez. From ...

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modern style art artwork - mid-century modern - original art Sold
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Ellipse

HAASS, Terry

Monotype on wove paper, 1953 (?).Unique work.  While the artist is known to have made such monotypes from the mid-1970s to the mid-80’s it’s unclea...

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Gil Cowley - 5eme Arrondisment - December 1963 - intaglio - mixed media - detail
$350

5eme Arrondissement

COWLEY, Gil

Intaglio printed in black ink on wove paper, 1963.Stated edition of 25.Signed, titled, dated “12/63”, numbered and annotated “Paris” in pencil. May...

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