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Title: #Whistle While You Work.5
Artist: Lisa Alonzo
Title: #Whistle While You Work.8
Artist: Lisa Alonzo
Title: 1967 Psychedelic poster
Artist: Bob Schnepf
Title: A Face of Drops
Artist: Tomiyuki Sakuta
Sakura’s figures, usually displayed under a series of female names, blend personalities with the style and shape of a natural form — the combination returning a surreal and shrouded portrait with allegories to folk or fantasy. The intaglio-printed tree form of ‘Carole’ is one of Sakura’s more whimsical creations, the bulging eyes and dashing feet looping into a lineage of character storytelling from Japanese anime to the fables that inspired them, the artist playfully exercising a sense of motion that allows a particularly compelling visual description — the branches whipping backwards and feet blurring in their hurry.
Title: A Fragment of Hell
Artist: Bart Johnson
Title: A Quiet Immersion
Artist: Duane Slick
Title: A Sade
Artist: Hans Bellmer
A series of 10 erotic sketches, produced late in Bellmer’s career as an artist but typical of his post-war production that moved away from sculptural dolls and towards more explicit pornographic imagery and 2d representation. ‘A Sade’ is loosely inspired by Marquis de Sade and Bellmer’s admiration for the acts of violence in conjunction with desire committed by the noble, the plates commonly depicting faceless masses writhing in an orgiastic, polymorphic combination; genitalia often the only common representational reference within the twisting shapes conjured in delicate drawing. Ten etchings (framed separately); Each signed and noted E.A.; 7 3/4" x 5 1/2" (plate,each); 8 7/8" x 6 3/8" (sight, each); Provenance: Lerner-Misrachi Gallery, New York; Estate of Ronald K. De Long, Pennsylvania
Title: A Sade
Artist: Hans Bellmer
A series of 10 erotic sketches, produced late in Bellmer’s career as an artist but typical of his post-war production that moved away from sculptural dolls and towards more explicit pornographic imagery and 2d representation. ‘A Sade’ is loosely inspired by Marquis de Sade and Bellmer’s admiration for the acts of violence in conjunction with desire committed by the noble, the plates commonly depicting faceless masses writhing in an orgiastic, polymorphic combination; genitalia often the only common representational reference within the twisting shapes conjured in delicate drawing. Ten etchings (framed separately); Each signed and noted E.A.; 7 3/4" x 5 1/2" (plate,each); 8 7/8" x 6 3/8" (sight, each); Provenance: Lerner-Misrachi Gallery, New York; Estate of Ronald K. De Long, Pennsylvania
Title: A Sade
Artist: Hans Bellmer
One of a series of 10 erotic sketches, produced late in Bellmer’s career as an artist but typical of his post-war production that moved away from sculptural dolls and towards more explicit pornographic imagery and 2d representation. ‘A Sade’ is loosely inspired by Marquis de Sade and Bellmer’s admiration for the acts of violence in conjunction with desire committed by the noble, the plates commonly depicting faceless masses writhing in an orgiastic, polymorphic combination; genitalia often the only common representational reference within the twisting shapes conjured in delicate drawing. Ten etchings (framed separately); Each signed and noted E.A.; 7 3/4" x 5 1/2" (plate,each); 8 7/8" x 6 3/8" (sight, each); Provenance: Lerner-Misrachi Gallery, New York; Estate of Ronald K. De Long, Pennsylvania
Title: A Sade
Artist: Hans Bellmer
A series of 10 erotic sketches, produced late in Bellmer’s career as an artist but typical of his post-war production that moved away from sculptural dolls and towards more explicit pornographic imagery and 2d representation. ‘A Sade’ is loosely inspired by Marquis de Sade and Bellmer’s admiration for the acts of violence in conjunction with desire committed by the noble, the plates commonly depicting faceless masses writhing in an orgiastic, polymorphic combination; genitalia often the only common representational reference within the twisting shapes conjured in delicate drawing. Ten etchings (framed separately); Each signed and noted E.A.; 7 3/4" x 5 1/2" (plate,each); 8 7/8" x 6 3/8" (sight, each); Provenance: Lerner-Misrachi Gallery, New York; Estate of Ronald K. De Long, Pennsylvania
Title: A Sade
Artist: Hans Bellmer
A series of 10 erotic sketches, produced late in Bellmer’s career as an artist but typical of his post-war production that moved away from sculptural dolls and towards more explicit pornographic imagery and 2d representation. ‘A Sade’ is loosely inspired by Marquis de Sade and Bellmer’s admiration for the acts of violence in conjunction with desire committed by the noble, the plates commonly depicting faceless masses writhing in an orgiastic, polymorphic combination; genitalia often the only common representational reference within the twisting shapes conjured in delicate drawing. Ten etchings (framed separately); Each signed and noted E.A.; 7 3/4" x 5 1/2" (plate,each); 8 7/8" x 6 3/8" (sight, each); Provenance: Lerner-Misrachi Gallery, New York; Estate of Ronald K. De Long, Pennsylvania
Title: A Sade
Artist: Hans Bellmer
A series of 10 erotic sketches, produced late in Bellmer’s career as an artist but typical of his post-war production that moved away from sculptural dolls and towards more explicit pornographic imagery and 2d representation. ‘A Sade’ is loosely inspired by Marquis de Sade and Bellmer’s admiration for the acts of violence in conjunction with desire committed by the noble, the plates commonly depicting faceless masses writhing in an orgiastic, polymorphic combination; genitalia often the only common representational reference within the twisting shapes conjured in delicate drawing. Ten etchings (framed separately); Each signed and noted E.A.; 7 3/4" x 5 1/2" (plate,each); 8 7/8" x 6 3/8" (sight, each); Provenance: Lerner-Misrachi Gallery, New York; Estate of Ronald K. De Long, Pennsylvania
Title: A Sade
Artist: Hans Bellmer
A series of 10 erotic sketches, produced late in Bellmer’s career as an artist but typical of his post-war production that moved away from sculptural dolls and towards more explicit pornographic imagery and 2d representation. ‘A Sade’ is loosely inspired by Marquis de Sade and Bellmer’s admiration for the acts of violence in conjunction with desire committed by the noble, the plates commonly depicting faceless masses writhing in an orgiastic, polymorphic combination; genitalia often the only common representational reference within the twisting shapes conjured in delicate drawing. Ten etchings (framed separately); Each signed and noted E.A.; 7 3/4" x 5 1/2" (plate,each); 8 7/8" x 6 3/8" (sight, each); Provenance: Lerner-Misrachi Gallery, New York; Estate of Ronald K. De Long, Pennsylvania
Title: A Sade
Artist: Hans Bellmer
A series of 10 erotic sketches, produced late in Bellmer’s career as an artist but typical of his post-war production that moved away from sculptural dolls and towards more explicit pornographic imagery and 2d representation. ‘A Sade’ is loosely inspired by Marquis de Sade and Bellmer’s admiration for the acts of violence in conjunction with desire committed by the noble, the plates commonly depicting faceless masses writhing in an orgiastic, polymorphic combination; genitalia often the only common representational reference within the twisting shapes conjured in delicate drawing. Ten etchings (framed separately); Each signed and noted E.A.; 7 3/4" x 5 1/2" (plate,each); 8 7/8" x 6 3/8" (sight, each); Provenance: Lerner-Misrachi Gallery, New York; Estate of Ronald K. De Long, Pennsylvania
Title: A Sade
Artist: Hans Bellmer
A series of 10 erotic sketches, produced late in Bellmer’s career as an artist but typical of his post-war production that moved away from sculptural dolls and towards more explicit pornographic imagery and 2d representation. ‘A Sade’ is loosely inspired by Marquis de Sade and Bellmer’s admiration for the acts of violence in conjunction with desire committed by the noble, the plates commonly depicting faceless masses writhing in an orgiastic, polymorphic combination; genitalia often the only common representational reference within the twisting shapes conjured in delicate drawing.
Title: A Sade
Artist: Hans Bellmer
One of a series of 10 erotic sketches, produced late in Bellmer’s career as an artist but typical of his post-war production that moved away from sculptural dolls and towards more explicit pornographic imagery and 2d representation. ‘A Sade’ is loosely inspired by Marquis de Sade and Bellmer’s admiration for the acts of violence in conjunction with desire committed by the noble, the plates commonly depicting faceless masses writhing in an orgiastic, polymorphic combination; genitalia often the only common representational reference within the twisting shapes conjured in delicate drawing.
Title: Acicalado
Artist: Yolanda
Title: Aerie Faerie
Artist: Neil Gall
Title: Al Green and Ann Nesby
Artist: Scott Benge
Al Green and Ann Nesby Mayy 18th, 2002, 8:00 Tower Theater
Title: Albacore
Artist: William Allan
American born painter, William Allan, is a modernist who creates surreal and abstract images. His goal is to make the familiar unfamiliar through juxtaposition. He says he is less interested in making something entirely new than he is in changing what is already there. Besides painting, his other pastime is fishing. “Albacore” is part of a series influenced by his love of fishing. Watercolors of fish are displayed alongside simple stories also written by Allan,illuminating metaphors that are open to interpretation by the viewer.