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.
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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Victor Delhez - Troupeau de Mouton - Sheet Herd - woodcut


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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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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John Cline - Untitled 31 - 2017 - pencil and watercolor

Untitled 31

CLINE, John W.

Watercolor and pencil on wove paper. Want to see more work by John W. Cline?Visit our website dedicated to contemporary prints, Mesh Art Gallery.

Krishna Reddy - Flight - Atelier 17 - simultaneous color printing - viscocity intaglio - abstract energy


REDDY, Krishna

Color viscosity intaglio print on ivory Japan paper.One of 15 artist’s proofs, aside from the edition of 65.This, like all the artist’s prints from...

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