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Human Form

Artists the world over and across generations have focused on the most immediate subject possible, that of the human form.  From prehistoric times the shape of woman and man has been one of the major catalysts of creativity.
This collection of prints presents a vast array of subjects with humans as its theme.  You'll find portraits of people, famous and not; all manner of people, at work, at play, at rest, and in any other activity one can imagine.  You will find faces, bodies and body parts, silhouettes of all kinds, and people from all walks of life, dressed or not.  It's a reflection of how artists see their own vessels, so to speak.
Dorr Bothwell: City Summer Sold

BOTHWELL, Dorr

City Summer

Screenprint, 1947.

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City Summer is a color serigraph from 1947 by American printmaker Dorr Bothwell (1902-2000). This impression is pencil signed, titled, dated, and ...

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James Tissot: Le hamac (The Hamac) Sold

TISSOT, James

Le hamac (The Hamac)

Etching, 1880.

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Le hamac (The Hammock). 1880. Etching and drypoint. Wentworth 46. 10 5/16 x 7 1/4 (sheet 14 1/2 x 9 7/16). Edition of about 100. Illustrated: Callo...

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Chie Takai & Takeshi Matsunaga (Kata Kata): Rabbits (Usagi) Sold

(KATA KATA), Chie Takai & Takeshi Matsunaga

Rabbits (Usagi)

Stencil or Pochoir, 2012.

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Dimensions: 13.5″ x 33.5″Medium: Katazome Stencil-Dyed Print Edition Size: Unknown

Jeannette Maxfield Lewis: Wharves Sold

MAXFIELD LEWIS, Jeannette

Wharves

Drypoint, 1937.

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Wharves is a drypoint from 1937 by American artist Jeannette Maxfield Lewis (1894-1982). It is pencil signed and titled, and the plate is incised ...

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