Large scale charcoal drawing by Anne Schutte from 1991. This example elegantly blends negative and positive space and flows seamlessly. It floats inside a solid maple frame prozac fluoxetine.
8′ mixed media panel by Jim Proctor circa early 1960’s. This monumental example was executed on Masonite and was carved into and painted in hues of grays silvers and golds. The sheer scale of this piece is impressive on top of the layering of color and texture. Red will be listing more examples of Proctors work in the coming weeks.
Limited edition ‘Bag One’ lithograph by John Lennon. This example numbered 119 of 300. It was purchased form the Dyansen gallery of Soho and Red has the original receipts and newspaper article featuring the same lithograph (please see photo).
Gold leafed triptych by Jim Proctor circa mid 1960’s. These unusual examples are executed on wood and are more three dimensional than two. There are layers of wood and mixed media with gold leaf and paint. These are sold as a set of three.
Large scale mixed media work of art by Harold Laynor. This vibrant example mixes paint with woven yarn elements. Please see our other listings for other examples by Laynor.
Yuri Zatarain large scale ceramic sculpture. This free form curvaceous example has a porcelain colored glaze and is covered in pencil drawings.
Sir Jacob Epstein pencil drawings circa early 1930’s. There is a drawing on the front and back of the same piece of paper and thus the buyer is getting two examples for the price of one. It has been framed so that both images can be seen. This was purchased from Christy’s Auction in the early 1980’s. Provenance is available.
3 lovely watercolors by Maurice Sterne circa 1910. Sterne’s illustrious career was certainly highlighted by MOMA doing a retrospective of his works in 1933.
These examples are simple yet poignant and powerful. They can be sold individually or as a set of three. Price listed is for the set.
Monumental 7.5 foot tall mixed media drawing by Madden Harkness circa mid 1980’s. This incredible work hearkens back to the works of Goya with stunning technique depth of feeling and power of imagery. Provenance available.
Color aquatint by Rene Magritte entitled ‘La Valse Hesitation’. This evocative example was executed in 1971 on Arches paper and is pencil signed by the artist’s wife Georgette Magritte. It is numbered 50 of 150 and retains the gallery label from the New York Gallery Barney Weinger.