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.
Who's Afraid or Red, Yellow and Blue
$275

Who's Afraid or Red, Yellow and Blue

CIESLARCZYK, Adolphe

Color aquatint printed on wove paper. Edition of 40. Published by Jacqueline de Champvallins, Paris. Signed and numbered "35/40" in pencil.

Space Object
$175

Space Object

CIESLARCZYK, Adolphe

Color aquatint printed on wove paper. Edition of 40. Published by Jacqueline de Champvallins, Paris. Signed and numbered "4/40" in pencil.

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The Eternal Drowning

CIESLARCZYK, Adolphe

L’Eternel Naufrage (original French title) Color aquatint on wove paper.Edition of 75.Signed and numbered “9/75” in pencil.

Bernard Brussel-Smith - Street in Collonges -color wood engraving
$600

Street in Collonges

BRUSSEL-SMITH, Bernard

Color wood engraving on laid paper. Edition of 75. Signed, titled and numbered in pencil.