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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.
Gil Cowley - Gilbert Henry Cowley - Behind the Pines - color intaglio etching aquatint - color viscosity - Stanley William Hayter - Atelier 17  - detail
$350

Behind the Pines

COWLEY, Gil

Gil COWLEY Color intaglio and viscosity print on wove paper, February 1964.Edition of 10.Signed, dated “2/64” and numbered in pencil.

Mickey Myers - Lamoille 96 - Hyde Park Vermont - color monotype - Madison Print Club Sold
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Lamoille #96

MYERS, Mickey

Mickey MYERS Lamoille #96 Oil stick monotype with pastel on wove paper, 2010.From a series of 140 monotypes, 120 of which went to members of the Ma...

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Terry Haass - Variations 1 - 1970 - Spielmann 282.1 - green geometric circle, aquatint etching
$175

Variations 1

HAASS, Terry

Cut-out color aquatint and etching on BFK Rives wove paper, 1970. Reference: Spielmann 282.1. Edition of 100. Signed, titled, and numbered in pencil.

Terry Haass - Kaleidoscope 4 - 1972 - 284.4 - etching aquatint red purple triangles geometric
$175

Kaleidoscope 4

HAASS, Terry

Cut-out color aquatint and etching on BFK Rives wove paper.Reference: Spielmann 284.4.Edition of 100.Signed, titled, and numbered in pencil.

Terry Haass - Variations 2 - 1970 - Spielmann 282.2 - pink and blue split circle geometric
$175

Variations 2

HAASS, Terry

Cut-out color aquatint and etching on BFK Rives wove paper. Reference: Spielmann 282.2. Edition of 100. Signed, titled, and numbered in pencil.

Terry Haass - Kaleidoscope 5 - 1972 - 284.5 - aquatint and etching cutout triangle yellow green blue
$175

Kaleidoscope 5

HAASS, Terry

Cut-out color aquatint and etching on BFK Rives wove paper.Reference: Spielmann 284.5.Edition of 100.Signed, titled, and numbered in pencil.