Marlborough Graphics

Arman – From the Estate

Arman – From the Estate

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"Arman began creating prints and multiples early in his career with the intent of providing the general public access to affordable, high quality works of art by a prominent, contemporary artist.     This selection, made available as a group for the first time ever, showcases the artist's dedication to quality and the breadth of his creativity over a 30 year span. From his earliest interests in the deconstruction and accumulation of found objects, to his later focus on the transformation and re-contextualization of musical instruments, the artist's unique contribution to the evolution of 21st century art is on full display."  - Corice Arman

Image: Arman, Fragmentation: Concerto for 4 Pianos, 1998

Arman

Untitled, 1970

Lithograph in 3 Colors on Arches vellum paper 

29 ¾ x 22 ½ inches 

Edition of 100

Arman

Rouge et Bleu, 1989

Etching in 3 colors on Arches vellum paper

28 ¼ x 21 ½ inches

Edition of 50

Arman

Tubes, 1990

Clor Silkscreenr

39 ½ x 27 ½ inches

Edition of 75

Arman

Byzantine, 1989

Etching in two colors on Arches vellum paper 

42 ½ x 57 ¾ inches

Edition of 15

Arman

Untitled, 1989

Lithograph in 2 colors on vellum paper

30 x 22 inches

Edition of 99

Arman

Untitled, 1990

Lithograph in 5 colors on BFK Rives

30 x 22 inches

Edition of 99

Arman

Tubes, 1990

Color Silkscreen

39 ½ x 27 ½ inches

Edition of 75

Arman

Untitled, 1991

Aquatint

44 ½ x 74 ½ inches

Edition of 15

Arman

Romanticism in Gold, 1978

Serigraph in 3 colors on black vellum paper

29 ¾ x 21 ½ inches

Edition of 150

Arman

Fragmentation:  Concerto for 4 Pianos, 1998

Silkscreen on Saunders Waterford paper

26 ¾ x 40 inches

Edition of 100

Arman

Untitled, 1994

Serigraph

30 x 22 inches

Edition of 15 HC

Arman

The artist Arman (b. November 17, 1928, France. d. October 22, 2005, New York.) was recognized internationally as a major contributor to late 20th century art and a main protagonist of the French “Nouveau Realism” school, which was parallel to the American Pop Art movement in the United States during the 1960s. At the core of his artistic statement are his “Accumulations” which employ the use of everyday objects as subjects. Arman’s work is represented in major museums and important public collections worldwide.

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