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Estimated market value $80,000 - $100,000 Throughout his career, Boncompain fluctuated between various medias, such as pastels, oil painting and tapestry. Fruits d’été is a remarkable piece which illustrates a still life scene in Boncompain’s traditional manner, expressive reds and blues which blend flawlessly without losing their intensity. The viewer is invited to delve into a radiation of colors highlighted by the excellent quality of threads. Boncompain collaborated with L’Atelier 3 Les Lissiers in Paris to produce this outstanding composition. The studio, founded in 1972, is reputed for their hand made tapestries, as well as their use of low stronger technique which fundamentally differs from that of other workshops and allows for powerful and intense coloration. While only six of these works were produced, due to the hand nature of the construction, each is an individual. The master weavers at Atelier 3 are careful to point out that the tapestries are each unique collaborations between the artist and the craftsman.
Fruits d'Été $43,000
This large-scale acrylic and oil piece embodies the trademark contradictions present in every Basquiat masterpiece. However primitive his pieces may appear at first glance, in actuality, each painting has a highly sophisticated backstory and set of references. The coins depicted on this canvas are indicative of his never-ending struggle to handle his sudden monetary success, bringing the future owner of this painting that much closer to cracking the secret behind each Basquiat work. Acrylic And Oil On Canvas Please note: This item is final sale. For more specific information about this art piece, please contact our Personal Stylists or call 212-229-2075.
Eden In Summer II by Lu Hong: Original multi-media painting on rice paper Hand signed by the artist Custom framed using acid free and archival materials Ready to hang Includes Certificate of Authenticity Lu Hong's "Eden in Summer II" is one of two original artworks with this theme, finished in the summer of 2007. Inspired by the Ancient Chinese poet Wen Tingjun, who was known for his sumptuously styled writings on Life, Love and Lust. One of his most famous poems, "Pu Sa Man," is about a pretty young woman waking up on a late summer afternoon next to a floral garden...Hong captures this moment here. " material="Multi-media on paper" origin="United States"
Eden In Summer II by Lu Hong (Framed) $40,000 $23,999
Last gallery price of 25,000 Taking innovative steps to break the rules of art-making, Bell extends the scale and shape of his canvases, emphasizing the tension and balance of his forms. Here he stretches beautiful blues, purples and greens atop a red curved band, used as a rocker. He connects the abstracted shapes to merge as one, as the forms react to the surrounding spaces. Such sculptural canvases reference movement and activating agents of change, along with the restrained beauty he encountered throughout his travels. This piece was created circa 1990.
Last Rocker $22,000
Last gallery price $20,000 George Hoyningen-Huene was an influential fashion photographer in the 1920s and 1930s known for his innovative style and dramatic use of lighting. Drawn to the refined aesthetic of classical Greece, Hoyningen-Huene's work often offers a new take on Hellenistic motifs. In this piece, he captures three images of a man acting as an atlas as he holds the weight of a capital above his head. Filled with a sense of drama and elegance, this piece is a beautiful example of Hoyningen-Huene's work.
Greek Decorations Triptych $18,000
Comparable piece sold at Phillips, New York, 28 October 2013 at $21,250 Richard Estes is one of the founders of the 1960s photorealist movement. Beginning with a photograph, he reconstructs New York City’s abandoned streets upon large-scale canvases. Brimming with fine details and saturated colors, his pieces capture the city better than the naked eye. Petersburg Press, New York and London, with full margins.
Holland Hotel $18,000
Estimated market value $35,000 Provenance: Commissioned by Cortney and Robert Novogratz for Babakul (located in Fred Segal, Santa Monica) Carrington delivers a splendid illustration of Debbie Harry, lead singer of the new wave band Blondie. Similar to Andy Warhol's close-up Polaroids of the singer taken in 1980, Harry's gaze is seductive and hypnotic. This piece was commissioned for the opening of Babakul in Fred Segal, Santa Monica. It is entirely composed of white buttons sewn on black twill. This medium gives a wonderful tactile quality and enhances the dimensionality of the composition.
Debbie Harry $18,000
Last gallery price $20,000 Magnani is known for his large-scale paintings depicting the stylish articles of the gentleman’s closet. In this piece a suit, shirt and tie are carefully rendered against a background of gold leaf. Filled with saturated colors and meticulously captured textural detail, this piece is an excellent example of Magnani’s work.
Navy Blue Jacket $17,000
Last gallery price $18,500 Magnani is known for his large-scale paintings depicting the stylish articles of the gentleman’s closet. In this piece a suit, shirt and tie are carefully rendered against a background of gold leaf. Filled with saturated colors and meticulously captured textural detail, this piece is an excellent example of Magnani’s work.
Green Jacket $16,000
Last gallery price $22,000 Pierre Boncompain’s paintings are famed for their warm colors and welcoming atmosphere, which are representative of the South of France’s landscapes, native to the artist. In 1989, Boncompain married Colette Malet who quickly became the painters muse and model. Having previously illustrated Malet during various occasions, whether lying down nude, playing with a cat or asleep on a sofa, Boncompain has this time chosen to stage her in the warm, inviting colors of the outdoors during a moment of leisure, while resting on a chair by a table. This portrait is also representative of Boncompain’s interest in still lifes, as he places fruits and liquids by her side.
Terrasse Rose (Pink Terrace) $15,000
Estimated gallery price $70,000 Provenance: Acquired from Sotheby's, New York Thence bequeathed to the present owner This wonderful composition by American Color Field painter Cleve Gray depicts a unique assemblage of grey tonalities, which shape circular movements on a monochrome background. In similar ways to Cy Twombly, Gray has chosen very large formats in order to suggest wonderful perspectives in his work. In this composition, the viewer is driven to the very core of this piece -- the brutality and violence of the brush strokes over a soft and blended tonality of white.
Listed at artist's studio price John Grande’s fascination for popular culture and tragic American icons has been a recurring theme throughout his work. This portrait of Courtney Love in the 1990's is fascinating by its intensity whether in her eyes or her seductive posture. In the manner of the "Oh you pretty things" series, Grande creates a vibrant contrast between the obscure figure of the singer and the bright and colorful dots carefully painted on the canvas.
Courtney Dot $12,000
A piece from the same edition sold at Sotheby's, Paris on May 10, 2011 for $10,775 Horst P. Horst was an influential fashion photographer who defined the elegant and avant-garde aesthetic of Vogue over his 60 year tenure as director of photography. While at the forefront of fashion photography, Horst also developed an impressive body of fine art photography that elegantly blends elements of Romanticism, Surrealism, theater and fashion. In this piece, Horst draws attention to the surreal quality of the abstracted human figure. Doubled over, set on a pedestal and dramatically lit, the figure is almost unrecognizable despite its specific curves.
Male Nude II $10,000
Estimated gallery price $22,000 Provenance: Private Collection Anton S. Kandinsky's work is provocative, making an impact through bold, graphic canvases and subversive subject-matter. As part of his series The Great Grenade Wall, this piece combines his curiosity and interest in Pop, Chinese art, and Soviet-era propaganda.
Get Paid $9,900
Last gallery price $13,000 Provenance: Timothy Yarger Fine Art, Beverly Hills Acquired from the above by the present owner This photorealistic painting by Tom McKinley is a splendid illustration of American minimalist design and architecture of the 1960s. McKinley emphasizes on empty rooms staged with minimal furniture. This composition is furthermore brightened by large window panels which suggest a wonderful perspective to the composition. The piece is a compelling study in perspective and a remarkable illustration of McKinley’s technical virtuosity. The shadows and reflections add incredible dimension and movement, while the uninhabited space adds an eerie, static quality signature to McKinley's work.
Modern Bird $9,000
Comparable piece offered at auction at $11,000 In 1987, Deborah Oropallo began developing a body of work which incorporated text from historical documents. Suspending the text within atmospheric fields of muted color, Oropallo's work poetically reinterprets and remembers a moment in time.
Estimated gallery price $12,000 In the 1950s, Alex Katz returned to figurative work and began to embrace the graphic aesthetic of 'low' arts. Despite being critically panned for straying from Abstract Expressionism, Katz stayed true to his highly stylized aesthetic and is now widely acknowledged as the forerunner of pop art. To this day, his work feels unique, fresh and relevant. In this piece, he captures the elegant form of a young woman in her wedding dress. Finished with Katz's classic flattened forms, the piece is a beautiful example of his work. Printed by Doris Simmelink, Chris Sukimoto and Derrick Isono, Simmelink-Sukimoto Editions Published by Simmelink-Sukimoto Editions.
Wedding Dress $8,800
Comparable piece sold from gallery at $8,900 Tumultuous clouds tumble across the surface of this monochromatic painting by Karyn Lyons. Dim lights wink through the hazy horizon in the far off distance, demarcating the division of sky and land amongst the vast empty space.
Untitled Cloud Painting $8,400
Last gallery price $9500 Ryan Bradley depicts a hyper-real image of fashion model Adi Neuman, obscured by the floral designs, carefully cut out of his pastel drawing. These intricate patterns are taken from hundreds of the artist's photographs and drawings from textiles, books, and magazines collected over the years.
Beauty No. 3 $8,000
Last gallery price at $9,000 UK street artist Jon Burgerman presents what he calls "hyperkinetic images" in this chaotic, yet cheerful configuration of shapes titled, Happy Accidents. His compact, colorful works exude the youthful, busy energy of his surroundings and the confusion and disorder that can accompany it. This work was commissioned for the 2014 New York Fountain Art Fair.
Happy Accidents $8,000
Last gallery price at $9,000 In this piece, the artists of the Robots Will Kill street art collective continue their series of iconic white cartoon robots on blue backgrounds. Along the left the artists write Same Robot Different Location denoting the monotony of mass produced culture. This large-scale work combines the grit of New York City street art and the stylized imagery of childhood comic books and television cartoons. This work was commissioned for the 2014 New York Fountain Art Fair.
Same Robot Different Location $8,000
Gallery price of $9,000 Known for his murals that act as social commentary, New York Street artist Chris Stain presents Swing and a Miss , a painting drawn from his 2011 mural of a stenciled child's profile looking into the distance. His work consists of poignant narratives of the often overlooked people who make up the city streets where he lives. This work was commissioned for the 2014 New York Fountain Art Fair.
Swing and a Miss $8,000
Last gallery price $10,000 Marco Maggi’s work is a reaction to the pervasive and often trivial information that daily flood our inboxes and newsfeeds. Intricately sculpting and obsessively marking every day materials, his work requires focus and attention from his viewers. As he explains, çOur time is so preoccupied with the spectacle of macro drama that delicacy… has become subversive.” In this piece, he reworks Roy Lichtenstein’s M-Maybe he became ill and couldn't leave the studio. With intricate sculpted cuts and its small size, Maggi subverts the straight forward Pop Art message and asks the viewer to step closer and pay attention. Entitled Turner Box (Paper on Lichtenstein), Maggi also suggests that this piece is his essay in response to the influential pop artist's work.
Turner Box (Paper on Lichtenstein) $8,000
Listed at gallery price With fragments of symbols, patterns, figures and handwritten notes collected upon the canvas, Squeak Carnwath's work entangles the viewer in a mental dialogue, proving her point that a painting occupies both physical and mental spheres. In this piece, she hands the viewer the provocative axiom, "good ideas are stolen, not made" and delineates a guilt-free zone with a dotted line. With this zone, Carnwath provides such a simple solution to human anxieties and gives the viewer a space to examine all she has put before them.
Russian Etruscan $7,500
Comparable piece sold from gallery at $13,000 Fisher's Golden Ladder is replete with iconic imagery of simplified ladders and space ships accumulated from his childhood memories and combined with gritty diagrams, signs and text inspired by urban contemporary culture. This large-scale painting is stylistic of his abstract works inspired by such artists as Basquiat and Chris Wool, and conveys a puzzle of compiled perceptions of the world through time and space.
Golden Ladder $7,500
Comparable piece sold at $18,000 Provenance: Private Collection Janet Filomeno's work explores the outer expression of the inner self. It is both metaphorical and a visual expression of our inner movement. This piece, belonging to her Inside Out series, is an abstract suggestive painting depicting the structure that underlies life- the psychosoma. This structure is the fluid, fundament of the organic, appearing as dynamic cells in the process of formation. This piece, like all the earlier pieces in the series have a red ground with explosive white outbursts. It is followed by a second group of pieces with red ground and rhapsodic blue gestures, and finally the third group of pieces with red grounds luminous indwelling grids. When the pieces in the series come together, they create a mystical effect suggesting the mystery and miracle of life.
Inside Out (no. 5) $7,300
Listed at estimated market value Andriy Halashyn is a technical virtuoso who collages together images from vintage photography, art history and pop culture with the edge of his paint brush. In this piece, he captures a young woman, her form rendered in exquisite detail across four canvases. The figure feels ethereal and diaphanous as Halashyn highlights her form with modernist blocks of color and allows the texture of the gessoed surface to live on the finished piece.
Last gallery price $10,000 This large canvas stretched over wood is by innovative contemporary artist, Kent Matricardi. The artist paints with bright colors in a frenzied gestural manner. With a distorted perspective and atypical shape of the painted canvas, the artist arouses a sense of psychological anxiety and tension.
Last gallery price at $8,000 Brooklyn born street artist JMR is known for modernizing abstract expressionism into a style all his own, making art's presence both accessible and recognizable to all who live in the city outside his studio. This bold painting depicts his signature bold lines. This work was commissioned for the 2014 New York Fountain Art Fair.
Gallery price at $8,000 Painted from their 2013 mural in Queens, this large scale oil on canvas addresses the conflicts of war and peace. Depicting an ominous crowd of marching protestors in black and white, a rainbow of colors radiate from the giant masked head erected in the background. As two crusaders, ICY and SOT paint to deconstruct tradition and the constricting rules of the former generation. This work was commissioned for the 2014 New York Fountain Art Fair.
People's Power $7,000
Last gallery price at $7,000 Painting vast geometric compositions in his signature style, Rubin 415 favors muted hues, clean crisp lines, and combinations of angles and curves. Drawing from his urban landscape, he sources material from windows, lamp posts, wires and other industrial structures. This work was commissioned for the 2014 New York Fountain Art Fair.
Gallery price of $8,000 EKG's notorious tag, a quickly painted orange heart monitor line, reminds us of our collective energy that fuels the spirit of New York City. In this painting, EKG diagrams the heart of the city in a series of text bubbles and coded messages. This work was commissioned for the 2014 New York Fountain Art Fair.
A comparable piece sold at Millon & Associés, Paris on 3 October 2006 for $19,045 Known for capturing the mystery and intrigue that was quintessential to 1930s French culture, Brassaï looked to unusual subjects. His series Paris de Nuit chronicles the under-world of prostitutes, seedy figures and brothels. This image captures the dilapidated Hotel de Nantes with shadowy figures walking through the alleyway below. Stamped verso: "Tirage de l'auteur" // "© copyright by Brassaï 81, Faubourg St-Jacques Paris 14ème Tel. 707.23.41" // "interdiction de reproduire sans autorisation de l'auteur" This piece is included in the permanent collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
La Rue Quincampoix et les hôtels de passe $7,000
Listed at gallery price In 1970, the infamous Surrealist Salvador Dalí visited San Francisco and created a series of five etchings illustrating the city from different vantage points. The etchings filled with Dalí's imaginative edits and additions capture the tone and tenor of the city. In this piece, he captures a view from Dolores park in the San Francisco Mission. Catalogue Raisonné: Michler/Löpsinger 435; Field 70-4.C
Mission Dolores $6,900
Listed at gallery price In 1970, the infamous Surrealist Salvador Dalí visited San Francisco and created a series of five etchings illustrating the city from different vantage points. The etchings filled with Dalí's imaginative edits and additions capture the tone and tenor of the city. In this piece, he captures Telegraph Hill, aptly topped with telephone poles and an expansive view of the Bay. Catalogue Raisonné: Michler/Löpsinger 436; Field 70-4.B
Telegraph Hill $6,900
Last gallery price $9,500 Michael Kenna is a renowned photographer known for his evocative black and white landscape photography. Setting the Hasselblad film camera he has been working with since the mid-1980s to a long exposure, Kenna is able to fill the image with ethereal light. As Kenna explains, "long exposures have a way of softening the image and making it other-worldly."
Broughton Castle, Oxfordshire $6,800
Listed at artist studio price Starting of 2011, John Grande's series of aluminium paintings became one of his most emblematic representation of pop and modern culture. This artwork illustrates a 9 mm gun painted then gessoed over an aluminium paint background.
Glock 9 mm $6,500