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Tim Burton Numbers Series LACMA 2011 Exclusive Print Los Angeles Museum Art RARE

Tim Burton Numbers Series LACMA 2011 Exclusive Print Los Angeles Museum Art RARE
Tim Burton Numbers Series LACMA 2011 Exclusive Print Los Angeles Museum Art RARE
Tim Burton Numbers Series LACMA 2011 Exclusive Print Los Angeles Museum Art RARE
Tim Burton Numbers Series LACMA 2011 Exclusive Print Los Angeles Museum Art RARE
Tim Burton Numbers Series LACMA 2011 Exclusive Print Los Angeles Museum Art RARE
Tim Burton Numbers Series LACMA 2011 Exclusive Print Los Angeles Museum Art RARE
Tim Burton Numbers Series LACMA 2011 Exclusive Print Los Angeles Museum Art RARE
Tim Burton Numbers Series LACMA 2011 Exclusive Print Los Angeles Museum Art RARE
Tim Burton Numbers Series LACMA 2011 Exclusive Print Los Angeles Museum Art RARE
Tim Burton Numbers Series LACMA 2011 Exclusive Print Los Angeles Museum Art RARE
Tim Burton Numbers Series LACMA 2011 Exclusive Print Los Angeles Museum Art RARE
Tim Burton Numbers Series LACMA 2011 Exclusive Print Los Angeles Museum Art RARE
Tim Burton Numbers Series LACMA 2011 Exclusive Print Los Angeles Museum Art RARE
Tim Burton Numbers Series LACMA 2011 Exclusive Print Los Angeles Museum Art RARE

Tim Burton Numbers Series LACMA 2011 Exclusive Print Los Angeles Museum Art RARE
Please see pics for details. This is a Tim Burton Numbers Series LACMA 2011 Exclusive Print from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Some storage wear on the back of the print. Overall good condition that can be seen in photos. Measures 37.5 x 17.5. Thanks for your interest. Feel free to ask questions. Please check out our shop for more vintage and modern collectibles, wearables and assorted home goods found around the house.
Tim Burton Numbers Series LACMA 2011 Exclusive Print Los Angeles Museum Art RARE
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RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988

RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988
RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988
RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988
RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988
RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988
RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988
RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988
RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988
RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988
RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988
RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988
RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988
RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988
RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988
RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988
RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988
RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988
RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988
RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988
RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988
RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988
RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988

RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988
This is an exceptional and RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, from the Retrospective of David Hockney’s repertoire at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in 1988. This work reads: DAVID HOCKNEY… Los Angeles County Museum of Art February 4 – April 24, 1988… ” Small fine print at the lower edge of this print reads: “David Hockney (born England 1937, active in the United States), A Walk around the Hotel Courtyard Acatlan (1985), oil on two canvases, 72 x 240 in. Photograph by Stephen Sloman. Design by Sandy Bell. David Hockney: A Retrospective was organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and is supported by an indemnity from the Federal Council on the Arts and the Humanities. This exhibition is made possible by AT&T. Approximately 18 1/4 x 40 inches including frame. Actual artwork is approximately 18 x 39 1/2 inches. Very good condition for age, with moderate edge wear and paint loss to the original period frame please see photos. Acquired in Los Angeles County, California. If you like what you see, I encourage you to make an Offer. Please check out my other listings for more wonderful and unique artworks! DAVID HOCKNEY- 1988 “LACMA: A Walk Around The Hotel Courtyard, Acatlan”. This 1988 LACMA exhibition was remembered for the wildly successful opening party on Feb. 3, 1988, when over 3000 people showed up. Throngs of hundreds waited outside and down the street. Many were high dollar LACMA contributors and still getting in wasn’t easy. David Hockney painted “A Walk Around the Hotel Courtyard, Acatlán”. In 1985 after discovering a hotel courtyard in Mexico, when car trouble forced him to stop on the way while driving to Mexico City. The painting is one of his more hotly colored works, being mostly red, with green and yellow, and is done in reverse perspective. In the painting the detail of the columns is gone, the painter has vanished, but the viewer is presented with a space where distance is abolished. There is cubism, “scientific” objectivity is gone, and plurality of space is emphasized. Reverse perspective is used to produce an all-seeing experience leading to a visionary feeling. Like a frame around paintings which decorate an altar, it seems to amalgamate real space with the world of the miracle. The original oil on two canvases or a “diptych” measure 183×610 centimeters overall. It is owned by the Benesse Corporation and is currently on display at Benesse House and Art Site, a contemporary art museum and hotel at the art village of Noashima, Japan. Bradford College of Art, Royal College of Art, London. Known for his photo collages and paintings of Los Angeles swimming pools, David Hockney is considered one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century. In fact, in a 2011 poll of more than 1,000 British artists, Hockney was voted the most influential British artist of all time. For nearly 60 years, David Hockney (British, born 1937) has pursued a singular career with a love for painting and its intrinsic challenges. This major retrospective-the exhibition’s only North American venue-honors the artist in his 80th year by presenting his most iconic works and key moments of his career from 1960 to the present. Working in a wide range of media with equal measures of wit and intelligence, Hockney has examined, probed, and questioned how to capture the perceived world of movement, space, and time in two dimensions. The exhibition offers a grand overview of the artist’s achievements across all media, including painting, drawing, photography, and video. From his early experiments with modernist abstraction and mid-career experiments with illusion and realism, to his most recent, jewel-toned landscapes, Hockney has consistently explored the nature of perception and representation with both intellectual rigor and sheer delight in the act of looking. David Hockney British, b. 1937 has produced some of the most vividly recognizable and influential works of the twentieth century. Hockney gained notoriety in his mid-twenties, after receiving the Gold Medal from London’s Royal College of Art, and he quickly became one of the defining figures of the British Pop Art movement. In the late 1960s Hockney relocated to California and established himself as a prolific figurative and landscape artist. He is perhaps best recognized for the works he produced there: brightly colored, large-scale evocative images of the Southern California lifestyle, and domestic, intimate portraits of his friends, family, and lovers. Hockney’s works are notable for their quietness of subject, flatness of space, and subtle reduction of form. Throughout his career he has worked in a wide variety of media, including painting, drawing, collage, photography, and printmaking, often utilizing contemporary technologies, including fax machines, laser photocopiers, and other 20th- and 21st-century digital instruments. Hockney has received a vast number of awards and honors, including the First Annual Award of Achievement from the Archives of American Art, Los Angeles; membership to the Board of Trustees of the American Associates of the Royal Academy Trust, New York; Distinguished Honoree of the National Arts Association, Los Angeles; the Lorenzo de Medici Lifetime Career Award of the Florence Biennale; and nine honorary degrees from institutions worldwide. In 1997, he was made a Companion of Honour from the British and Commonwealth Order for his outstanding achievement in the arts. David Hockney’s work can be found in numerous distinguished public collections around the world, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; the Art Institute of Chicago; the National Portrait Gallery, London; The Tate Gallery, London; the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; the Philadelphia Museum of Art; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo; the Museum of Modern Art, Vienna; the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D. And the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D. He currently lives and works in Normandy, France.
RARE Vintage David Hockney Modern LACMA Exhibition Lithograph Poster, 1988
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2020 Yoshitomo Nara LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art

2020 Yoshitomo Nara LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art
2020 Yoshitomo Nara LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art
2020 Yoshitomo Nara LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art
2020 Yoshitomo Nara LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art
2020 Yoshitomo Nara LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art
2020 Yoshitomo Nara LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art
2020 Yoshitomo Nara LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art

2020 Yoshitomo Nara LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art
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2020 Yoshitomo Nara LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art
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2020 Yoshitomo Nara LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art

2020 Yoshitomo Nara LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art
2020 Yoshitomo Nara LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art
2020 Yoshitomo Nara LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art
2020 Yoshitomo Nara LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art
2020 Yoshitomo Nara LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art
2020 Yoshitomo Nara LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art
2020 Yoshitomo Nara LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art

2020 Yoshitomo Nara LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art
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LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART BULLETIN 1977 By Lacma Mint Condition

LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART BULLETIN 1977 By Lacma Mint Condition

LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART BULLETIN 1977 By Lacma Mint Condition
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LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART BULLETIN 1977 By Lacma Mint Condition
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LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART BULLETIN 1977 By Lacma Mint Condition

LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART BULLETIN 1977 By Lacma Mint Condition

LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART BULLETIN 1977 By Lacma Mint Condition
LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART BULLETIN 1977 By Lacma Mint Condition. Book is in Like New / near Mint Condition. Will include dust jacket if it originally came with one. Text will be unmarked and pages crisp. Satisfaction is guaranteed with every order. I have changed my mind and would like to cancel/make changes to my order. We believe in providing our customers with an ultra-speedy service. To ensure this is achieved, all of our systems are fully automated so orders are transferred for processing within minutes. How long should I expect customer service will take to respond to my inquires? We aim to respond to all customers within 24-48 hours (Monday – Friday). My Address is wrong. Very sorry to hear that! So please confirm you have selected the correct address before placing your order. What do I do if I haven’t received my order? Rest assured, we have you covered. Here is what to do: While we aim to deliver your order in the time frame specified, transit delays outside of our control can occur. Because of this we would ask that you allow the following amount of time before contacting us about your late order(s): At Least 18 days for Orders delivered within the US and At Least 25 days for Orders delivered outside the US. Basically, in the event of your order being delayed or lost in the post, we will do our best to provide a suitable resolution. What type of payments do you accept? Zuber’s Policies Are As Follows. We carefully grade our items, so you should expect to receive the item in the condition as we have stated it in our listing, please see the’Condition’ section. Please do not expect anything beyond what is stated in our listings. New Items: Guaranteed to be in new condition and in their original packaging. For CDs this generally (but not always) means they will come in their shrink-wrap/plastic. Used Items: Please see our description in each listing for details regarding particular items. The item you receive may not exactly match the photo, but will contain the same content. How quickly will I receive my item. Occasionally, orders are delayed a little longer. Can you tell me more about a particular item? We are unable to provide any additional information or guarantee that you will receive anything in addition to what is described in our listing. Carefully reading the item’s description details should answer most questions that you may have. The images supplied on our listings are intended as a guide only. Meaning that we did not take the picture. With this in mind it isn’t always possible for us to guarantee that you will receive the exact cover shown. You should receive the item described in our listing, but the cover could vary. Will you accept lower amounts/offers for your items? A Return must authorized by first contacting us. Then we will provide you with either a return label or specific instructions for mailing the item back. Do Not refuse the item when you receive it. Do Not mark the item as’Return to Sender’. United States Return requests must be within 30 days of receipt of the item. International Return requests must be within 14 days of receipt of the item. With their original packaging and accessories included with the return. We will then diligently work to find the best solution. What do I do if I have received a faulty product or the wrong item? Our aim is to deliver quality products to all of our customers. New items must be still sealed (if they originally were). We will provide you with a pre-paid return label. To ensure a speedy resolution please enclose the following in your correspondence. Images of the faults/defects and/or ISBN/UPC of the incorrectly received item. Explanation of what you received vs what you expected to receive. What do I do if I receive a damaged item? In the event that your order arrives damaged, please accept our apologies. Please ensure you provide us with your order number and images of the damaged item. Images must depict the damage you are discussing. The images you send must also include images of the packaging the item arrived in. YOUR ONE STOP SHOP FOR ALL KINDS OF SPECIAL FINDS. We offer a very large selection of competitively priced New & Used items. We look forward to serving you!
LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART BULLETIN 1977 By Lacma Mint Condition
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Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art 2013 Poster LACMA

Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art 2013 Poster LACMA
Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art 2013 Poster LACMA
Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art 2013 Poster LACMA
Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art 2013 Poster LACMA
Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art 2013 Poster LACMA
Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art 2013 Poster LACMA
Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art 2013 Poster LACMA

Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art 2013 Poster LACMA
Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Collectible Exhibition Poster on thick paper. Paper size approximately: Height 35 inches Width 26 inches 88.9. Cm x 66.04cm. Poster: 26 x 36 inches. About the artist: Alexander Calder; July 22, 1898 – November 11, 1976 was an American sculptor known both for his innovative mobiles (kinetic sculptures powered by motors or air currents) that embrace chance in their aesthetic, his static “stabiles”, and his monumental public sculptures. [1] Calder preferred not to analyze his work, saying, Theories may be all very well for the artist himself, but they shouldn’t be broadcast to other people. In addition to sculptures, Calder painted throughout his career, beginning in the early 1920s. He picked up his study of printmaking in 1925, and continued to produce illustrations for books and journals. His projects from this period include pen-and-ink line drawings of animals for a 1931 publication of Aesop’s fables. As Calder’s sculpture moved into the realm of pure abstraction in the early 1930s, so did his prints. The thin lines used to define figures in the earlier prints and drawings began delineating groups of geometric shapes, often in motion. Calder also used prints for advocacy, as in poster prints from 1967 and 1969 protesting the Vietnam War. As Calder’s professional reputation expanded in the late 1940s and 1950s, so did his production of prints. Masses of lithographs based on his gouache paintings were marketed, and deluxe editions of plays, poems, and short stories illustrated with fine art prints by Calder became available. Colors of actual item may vary slightly from colors on your screen due to digital screen calibration varying between digital devices. See my other listings for more art. Thank you for looking!
Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art 2013 Poster LACMA
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Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art Poster LACMA NEW

Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art Poster LACMA NEW
Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art Poster LACMA NEW
Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art Poster LACMA NEW
Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art Poster LACMA NEW
Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art Poster LACMA NEW

Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art Poster LACMA NEW
Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Collectible Exhibition Poster on thick paper. Paper size approximately: Height 35 inches Width 26 inches 88.9. Cm x 66.04cm. Poster: 26 x 36 inches. About the artist: Alexander Calder; July 22, 1898 – November 11, 1976 was an American sculptor known both for his innovative mobiles (kinetic sculptures powered by motors or air currents) that embrace chance in their aesthetic, his static “stabiles”, and his monumental public sculptures. [1] Calder preferred not to analyze his work, saying, Theories may be all very well for the artist himself, but they shouldn’t be broadcast to other people. In addition to sculptures, Calder painted throughout his career, beginning in the early 1920s. He picked up his study of printmaking in 1925, and continued to produce illustrations for books and journals. His projects from this period include pen-and-ink line drawings of animals for a 1931 publication of Aesop’s fables. As Calder’s sculpture moved into the realm of pure abstraction in the early 1930s, so did his prints. The thin lines used to define figures in the earlier prints and drawings began delineating groups of geometric shapes, often in motion. Calder also used prints for advocacy, as in poster prints from 1967 and 1969 protesting the Vietnam War. As Calder’s professional reputation expanded in the late 1940s and 1950s, so did his production of prints. Masses of lithographs based on his gouache paintings were marketed, and deluxe editions of plays, poems, and short stories illustrated with fine art prints by Calder became available. Colors of actual item may vary slightly from colors on your screen due to digital screen calibration varying between digital devices. See my other listings for more art. Thank you for looking! As Calder’s sculpture moved in. This item is in the category “Art\Fine Art Prints”. The seller is “gawsygallery” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Year of Production: 2021
  • Unit of Sale: Single Piece
  • Item Height: 35 in
  • Country/Region of Origin: USA
  • Title: Los Angeles County Museum of Art
  • Image Orientation: Portrait
  • Brand: Calder, Alexander
  • Material: Paper
  • Item Width: 26 in
  • Style: Modern/Contemporary, Abstract, Modernism
  • Culture: American
  • Theme: Art, Calder, Modern Art, Exhibitions
  • Region of Origin: United States
  • Framing: Unframed
  • Artist: Alexander Calder
  • Time Period Produced: 2020-Now
  • Subject: Art, LA, Abstract, Modern, California, Los Angeles, Museum, LACMA
  • Type: Print
  • Size: Medium

Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art Poster LACMA NEW
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Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art Poster LACMA NEW

Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art Poster LACMA NEW
Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art Poster LACMA NEW
Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art Poster LACMA NEW
Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art Poster LACMA NEW
Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art Poster LACMA NEW

Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art Poster LACMA NEW
Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Collectible Exhibition Poster on thick paper. Paper size approximately: Height 35 inches Width 26 inches 88.9. Cm x 66.04cm. Poster: 26 x 36 inches. About the artist: Alexander Calder; July 22, 1898 – November 11, 1976 was an American sculptor known both for his innovative mobiles (kinetic sculptures powered by motors or air currents) that embrace chance in their aesthetic, his static “stabiles”, and his monumental public sculptures. [1] Calder preferred not to analyze his work, saying, Theories may be all very well for the artist himself, but they shouldn’t be broadcast to other people. In addition to sculptures, Calder painted throughout his career, beginning in the early 1920s. He picked up his study of printmaking in 1925, and continued to produce illustrations for books and journals. His projects from this period include pen-and-ink line drawings of animals for a 1931 publication of Aesop’s fables. As Calder’s sculpture moved into the realm of pure abstraction in the early 1930s, so did his prints. The thin lines used to define figures in the earlier prints and drawings began delineating groups of geometric shapes, often in motion. Calder also used prints for advocacy, as in poster prints from 1967 and 1969 protesting the Vietnam War. As Calder’s professional reputation expanded in the late 1940s and 1950s, so did his production of prints. Masses of lithographs based on his gouache paintings were marketed, and deluxe editions of plays, poems, and short stories illustrated with fine art prints by Calder became available. Colors of actual item may vary slightly from colors on your screen due to digital screen calibration varying between digital devices. See my other listings for more art. Thank you for looking! This item is in the category “Art\Art Prints”. The seller is “gawsygallery” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Artist: Alexander Calder
  • Unit of Sale: Single Piece
  • Image Orientation: Portrait
  • Size: Medium
  • Title: Los Angeles County Museum of Art
  • Material: Paper
  • Region of Origin: United States
  • Framing: Unframed
  • Subject: Abstract, Modern, Los Angeles, LACMA, Museum, LA, California, Art
  • Brand: Calder, Alexander
  • Type: Print
  • Year of Production: 2021
  • Country/Region of Origin: USA
  • Item Height: 35 in
  • Style: Modern/Contemporary, Abstract, Modernism
  • Theme: Calder, Modern Art, Art, Exhibitions
  • Item Width: 26 in
  • Culture: American
  • Time Period Produced: 2020-Now

Alexander Calder Collectible Los Angeles County Museum of Art Poster LACMA NEW