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.
Krishna Reddy - Insect Butterfly, color viscosity intaglio print, 1952, printed on wove Arches paper, Artist’s proof, abstraction with delicate textures, pure-line engraving, aquatint and drypoint, with rich, subtle color palette. Printed in Paris and given to Bernard Brussel-Smith when he visited and worked at Atelier 17.
$3,500

Insect (Butterfly)

REDDY, Krishna

Color viscosity intaglio print on wove Arches paper.Artist’s proof.  No stated edition has been identified, and the three other impressions found a...

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Jim Monson - Icarus - Icare - light version - too close to the sun - relief etching - viscosity - Atelier 17
$525

Icarus

MONSON, Jim

Relief etching printed in two colors on BFK Rives wove paper.Edition of 30 in this light version. Another edition of 30, printed in darker tones, a...

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Stanley William Hayter - Plongeon - engraving aquatint - Atelier 17 - color viscosity print - detail
$1,400

Dive

HAYTER, Stanley William

Stanley William HAYTER (1901-1988) Plongeon (original French title) Aquatint and pure line engraving printed on BFK Rives wove paper.Edition of 50....

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Re-generation
$350

Re-generation

RUMMEL, Bob

Color lithograph on BFK Rives wove paper.Printed to the sheet’s deckled edge. Trial proof, aside from the edition. Edition unknown. Signed, titled,...

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