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.
Kenji Yoshida - Ville Eblouir - City Blinding - Atelier 17 - 1970 - color viscosity intaglio - detail

City - blinding


Ville (éblouir) (original French title) Color intaglio, likely printed in simultaneous color printing, on BFK Rives wove paper.Edition of 50, with ...

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Poem 70 - 73

Poem 70 - 73

MAKI, Haku

Embossed color woodcut on wove paper.Reference: Maki 290.Edition of 106.Signed, titled, dated, and numbered in pencil, and also bearing the artist’...

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Yasuyuki Kihara - Repandu Ecale - Scattered Husk - abstract - Hokkaido Japan - 北海道 - detail

Scattered Husk

KIHARA, Yasuyuki

Répandu Ecale (original French title) Engraving printed on BFK Rives wove paper.Edition of 100.Published by Georgetown Graphics Inc for the Print C...

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Haku Maki - Emanation 70 - color woodblock print - edtion of 50 - detail

Emanation 70

MAKI, Haku

Color woodcut on Japan paper.Reference: Maki 1330.Edition of 50.Signed, titled, and numbered in pencil, and also bearing a seal in the image.The si...

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Hiroki Morinoue - Incoming Tide - color woodblock print - Madison Print Club - detail

Incoming Tide


Color woodcut on wove paper.Published by the Madison Print Club.Edition of 120.Signed, titled, dated, and numbered in pencil.