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Burgess Modern + Contemporary at Art Miami 2023

Burgess Modern + Contemporary Art Miami 2023 invitation for booth #AM204 featuring the artwork of RETNA
Cey Adams

Cey Adams, a pivotal figure in the New York City graffiti movement of the 1980s, worked alongside icons like Basquiat and Haring and transitioned from tagging subways to designing for stars like the Beastie Boys and brands like Pabst Blue Ribbon. As Def Jam Recordings' founding Creative Director, Adams and his firm, The Drawing Board, crafted the look of hip-hop culture through album covers and logos for major artists. His art, which includes the Smithsonian's civil rights honoring piece "ONE NATION," embodies pop culture and brand influence and is featured in numerous institutions. Adams’ comprehensive career, spanning four decades, showcases his influence on art and hip-hop design, punctuated by his acclaimed retrospectives and collaborations with top-tier companies and cultural institutions.

Cey Adams (b. 1962) American Flag (Equality Now), 2023 Mixed media collage on panel50 x 90 in

Cey Adams, American Flag (Equality Now), 2023. Mixed media collage on panel, 50 x 90 in 

Cey Adams,Texaco, 2018 Mixed Media on Canvas, 30 x 30 in

Cey Adams, Texaco, 2018

Mixed Media on Canvas

30 x 30 in

Cey Adams GE X Goodyear, 2018 Mixed Media on Canvas,36 x 36 in

Cey Adams, GE X Goodyear, 2018

Mixed Media on Canvas

36 x 36 in

Cey Adams, Open 24 Seven, 2014  Mixed Media on Canvas, 20 x 20 in

Cey Adams, Open 24 Seven, 2014

Mixed Media on Canvas

20 x 20 in

Cey Adams, American Flag, 2019  Mixed Media on Panel  36 x 72 in

Cey Adams, American Flag, 2019

Mixed Media on Panel

36 x 72 in

Miss Bugs

Miss Bugs, an artistic duo from Bristol, UK, burst onto the London art scene in 2007 with a background in photography and graphics, quickly becoming known for their provocative mixed media art. Their signature work, which often features resin-encased razorblades, pop icons, and commentary on society's digital obsession, has evolved from small-scale paper pieces to elaborate, labor-intensive installations with laser-cut wood and intricate resin. By remixing cultural imagery and utilizing a collage approach, Miss Bugs crafts striking character-portraits that explore human narratives, with a distinct style influenced by artists like Hoch and Jones. With exhibits across global cities like New York, LA, and London, and appearances in prestigious collections and fairs, their work critiques the pervasive impact of technology on our lives with an ironic edge.

Miss Bugs, Driving Miss Crazy - (Drove All Night), 2023, Micro Machine Cars cast in resin on wood and aluminium with 24ct gold leaf, 41.339 x 59.84 in  Series of 3 plus 1 AP 

Miss Bugs, Driving Miss Crazy - (Drove All Night), 2023, Micro Machine Cars cast in resin on wood and aluminium with 24ct gold leaf, 41.339 x 59.84 in

Series of 3 plus 1 AP 

Miss Bugs, Cloud (Hero) No.9, 2023, Silk Screen / Mix Media, lego figures, 24ct gold leaf embossing, hand cast PU resin clouds - semi-submerged lego (exposed) in resin on wood and aluminum, 45.27 x 65.74 in  Series of 3 plus 1 AP 

Miss Bugs, Cloud (Hero) No.9, 2023, Silk Screen / Mix Media, lego figures, 24ct gold leaf embossing, hand cast PU resin clouds - semi-submerged lego (exposed) in resin on wood and aluminum, 45.27 x 65.74 in

Series of 3 plus 1 AP 

Miss Bugs, Algorithm Sunny Day - S2, 2023, Shallow cast resin, 24ct gold leaf, aerosol, acrylic, papercuts and surgical blades on wood, 33.85 x 44.48 in  Series of 3 plus 1 AP 

Miss Bugs, Algorithm Sunny Day - S2, 2023, Shallow cast resin, 24ct gold leaf, aerosol, acrylic, papercuts and surgical blades on wood, 33.85 x 44.48 in

Series of 3 plus 1 AP 

Andrew Cotton

London-born artist Cotton, educated at Central St. Martins, has made a name for himself across the US and beyond with his contemporary portraits, urban landscapes, and abstract pieces gracing galleries, luxury hotels, and private homes. With a lineage in the printing industry, his artistry resonates with the authenticity of traditional techniques, blending wheat pasting, collage, and large-scale prints—a nod to his East London roots and the rich legacy of his family's printing business. Influenced by the UK's graffiti scene and the street art culture of New York City, where he moved at 24, Cotton's raw aesthetic and text-laden works have garnered attention, particularly in East Hampton circles, leading to representation in contemporary galleries and international art fairs.

Andrew Cotton, Famous, 2023 Mixed media on double door panels,80 x 60 in

Andrew Cotton, Famous, 2023

Mixed media on double door panels

80 x 60 in

Andrew Cotton, Welcome to Florida, 2023  Mixed media on canvas  48 x 60 in

Andrew Cotton, Welcome to Florida, 2023

Mixed media on canvas

48 x 60 in

Gabriel Delgado

Gabriel Delgado, an Ohio-born artist and 1998 Kent State University alumnus, is known for his thought-provoking artwork that delves into the complexities of contemporary culture and pressing societal issues. His diverse themes span science, finance, human emotions, social justice, and environmental activism. Delgado's educational approach weaves facts and narratives within his pieces, using conceptual mathematics and algebraic structures to deepen the discourse. Through his visually compelling equation drawings and other techniques, he fosters a space for balanced political dialogue and community engagement, challenging viewers to explore the depth of human response and interaction within the framework of current events.

Gabriel Delgado, Sacrifice, 2023, Mixed Media on Strathmore Watercolor paper  22 x 30 in

Gabriel Delgado, Sacrifice, 2023, Mixed Media on Strathmore Watercolor Paper

22 x 30 in

Gabriel Delgado, Hope for Mankind, 2023  Mixed Media on Canvas, 72 x 72 x 2.50 in

Gabriel Delgado, Hope for Mankind, 2023

Mixed Media on Canvas

 72 x 72 x 2.50 in

Gabriel Delgado, I Love You Unconditionally and Let Me Show You Too, 2023, Mixed Media on Strathmore Watercolor Paper  22 x 30 in

Gabriel Delgado, I Love You Unconditionally and Let Me Show You Too, 2023, Mixed Media on Strathmore Watercolor Paper

22 x 30 in

Gabriel Delgado, My World Revolves  Around Your Everything  2023, Mixed Media on Raw Linen  72 x 72 x 2.50 in

Gabriel Delgado, My World Revolves

Around Your Everything

2023, Mixed Media on Raw Linen

72 x 72 x 2.50 in

David Hayes | The Estate of David Hayes

David Hayes, an American sculptor renowned for his graceful, organic forms, left an indelible mark on modern art across a career spanning six decades. His large-scale outdoor sculptures, influenced by the likes of David Smith and Alexander Calder, elegantly examine the interplay between art and its environment. A native of Hartford, Connecticut, Hayes was a celebrated University of Notre Dame and Indiana University alumnus, who was mentored by Smith and held in high esteem alongside contemporaries of the 1960s and 70s, embodying the era's cultural and economic freedoms. His vibrant works, reminiscent of Matisse's cutouts, are featured in over 100 institutional collections, including MoMA and the Guggenheim. Recognized with prestigious awards and honors, including a Fulbright and a Guggenheim Fellowship, Hayes' sculptures continue to resonate, with his legacy recently celebrated in a nationwide PBS feature on "Legacy List with Matt Paxton."

David Hayes (1931 - 2013), Vertical Motif #8, 1977, Welded, Painted Steel, 113 x 18 x 42 in
David Hayes (1931 - 2013)   Quatre, 2005  Polychrome welded steel  19 x 11 x 10 in

David Hayes (1931 - 2013)

Vertical Motif #8, 1977

Welded, Painted Steel

113 x 18 x 42 in

David Hayes (1931 - 2013)

 Quatre, 2005

Polychrome welded steel

19 x 11 x 10 in

Alex Katz

Renowned for his distinct style in modern American art, Alex Katz, born in Brooklyn in 1927, has had an illustrious career punctuated by over 200 solo exhibitions globally since 1951. Educated at The Cooper Union Art School and Skowhegan School for Painting and Sculpture, Katz's pivotal exposure to plein air painting solidified his lifelong commitment to the arts. His oeuvre, known for its striking portraits, monochrome backgrounds, and large-scale paintings, captures the essence of his subjects with a simplicity that prefigured Pop Art. Katz's work, from his early collages to the cutouts and large environmental landscapes, demonstrates a mastery of form and color, deeply influenced by personal relationships and a keen observation of everyday life. His pieces are held in over 100 public collections worldwide, and his continuous innovation in the field is honored by numerous accolades, including a Guggenheim Fellowship and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Academy Museum. Residing in an artists' cooperative in SoHo and continuing to create from his summer retreat in Maine, Katz's legacy thrives, with his pieces consistently showcasing at premier institutions like The Metropolitan Museum of Art and internationally from the Tate Gallery to the Saatchi Collection.

Alex Katz (b. 1927), Ada 1 — From the ADA Portfolio   2022, (/100)  Silkscreen in colors on Saunders Waterford High White HP 425 gsm paper, 54 x 40.50 in

Alex Katz (b. 1927), Ada 1 — From the ADA Portfolio

 2022, (/100)

Silkscreen in colors on Saunders Waterford High White HP 425 gsm paper, 54 x 40.50 in

Alex Katz (b. 1927), Nicole, 2023, (/12)  1-Color Linocut on Somerset white 500 gms paper  120 x 36 in
Alex Katz (b. 1927), Vivien, 2023, (/12)  1-Color Linocut on Somerset white 500 gms paper  120 x 36 in
Alex Katz (b. 1927), (From Left to Right): Nicole, Vivien, Halsey, 2023, (/12)  1-Color Linocut on Somerset white 500 gms paper  120 x 36 in  (Sold Separately)

Alex Katz (b. 1927), (From Left to Right): Nicole, Vivien, Halsey, 2023, (/12)

1-Color Linocut on Somerset white 500 gms paper

120 x 36 in

(Sold Separately)

Alex Katz (b. 1927), Sunrise 1, 2022, (32/100)  Archival Pigment Ink on Innova Etching Rag Fine Art Paper 54 x 40.50 in

Alex Katz (b. 1927), Sunrise 1, 2022, (32/100)

Archival Pigment Ink on Innova Etching Rag Fine Art Paper

 54 x 40.50 in 

Alex Katz (b. 1927)  Purple Irises on Red, 2023, (Edition of 100), Archival pigment ink print, on Innova Etching Cotton Rag 315 gsm  24 x 30 in

Alex Katz (b. 1927)

Purple Irises on Red, 2023, (Edition of 100), Archival pigment ink print, on Innova Etching Cotton Rag 315 gsm

24 x 30 in

Alex Katz (b. 1927)  Purple Irises on White, 2023, (Edition of 150), Archival pigment ink print, on Innova Etching Cotton Rag 315 gsm  24 x 30 in

Alex Katz (b. 1927)

Purple Irises on White, 2023, (Edition of 150), Archival pigment ink print, on Innova Etching Cotton Rag 315 gsm

24 x 30 in

Alex Katz (b. 1927)  Yellow Flags on Brown, 2023, (Edition of 150), Archival pigment ink print, on Innova Etching Cotton Rag 315 gsm  24 x 30 in

Alex Katz (b. 1927)

Yellow Flags on Brown, 2023, (Edition of 150), Archival pigment ink print, on Innova Etching Cotton Rag 315 gsm

24 x 30 in

Alex Katz (b. 1927)  Yellow Flags on White, 2023, (Edition of 150), Archival pigment ink print, on Innova Etching Cotton Rag 315 gsm  24 x 30 in

Alex Katz (b. 1927)

Yellow Flags on White, 2023, (Edition of 150), Archival pigment ink print, on Innova Etching Cotton Rag 315 gsm

24 x 30 in

Alex Katz (b. 1927),Sissel, 2006, (VII/XX/-50 Arabic Numerals + 20 Roman Numerals)  Aquatint in Colors  20 x 23 in

Alex Katz (b. 1927),Sissel, 2006, (VII/XX/-50 Arabic Numerals + 20 Roman Numerals)

Aquatint in Colors

20 x 23 in

Alex Katz (b. 1927)  Blue Hat, 2003  (28/75), Aquatint in 11 colors  on Somerset Velvet paper  33.37 x 67.87 in

Alex Katz (b. 1927)

Blue Hat, 2003

(28/75), Aquatint in 11 colors

on Somerset Velvet paper

33.37 x 67.87 in

Alex Katz (b. 1927)  Ada with Sunglasses, 2021   (Ed. of4), Polished stainless steel with anodized black edge on bronze base with patina  74 x 40 x 12 in

Alex Katz (b. 1927)

Ada with Sunglasses, 2021

 (Ed. of4), Polished stainless steel with anodized black edge on bronze base with patina

74 x 40 x 12 in

Alex Katz (b. 1927), Cow (Small cutout), 2004, (Edition of 99)  Screenprint in 45 colors on cut aluminum  16.60 x 41.50 x 0.12 in 

Alex Katz (b. 1927), Cow (Small cutout), 2004, (Edition of 99)

Screenprint in 45 colors on cut aluminum

16.60 x 41.50 x 0.12 in 

Alex Katz (b. 1927)  White Visor, 2003, (62/75)  Aquatint in 9 colors on Somerset Velvet paper  33.37 x 67.87 in

Alex Katz (b. 1927)

White Visor, 2003, (62/75)

Aquatint in 9 colors on Somerset Velvet paper

33.37 x 67.87 in

Alex Katz (b. 1927), Jessica (Cutout), 2002, (/35)  Screenprint on aluminum with bronze base, 70 x 13.50 x 0.75 in

Alex Katz (b. 1927), Jessica (Cutout), 2002, (/35)

Screenprint on aluminum with bronze base, 70 x 13.50 x 0.75 in

KAWS

Brian Donnelly, better known as KAWS, is a prominent American artist and designer famed for his iconic characters and motifs that intertwine commercial and fine art. Born in 1974 in Jersey City and a graduate of the School of Visual Arts, KAWS began his career as a graffiti artist and animator before making his mark in the art world with his figurative characters and motifs. His work, ranging from small collectible figures to towering public sculptures in materials like fiberglass and bronze, reflects influences from high art and pop culture giants alike. With exhibitions in prestigious venues like the Brooklyn Museum and collections held by celebrities and museums worldwide, KAWS's crossover appeal and subversive humor continue to challenge the boundaries of art and consumerism. His Companion character, in particular, has gained widespread recognition, evolving from toys to monumental installations in global metropolises and even appearing as a balloon in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. KAWS resides and works in Brooklyn, New York, engaging in both artistic endeavors and commercial collaborations, his pieces commanding significant attention and prices in the art market.

KAWS  Darth Vader, 2019   (Ed. of 25 +5AP)  Bronze, Paint  15.75 x 8.25 x 6.50 in

KAWS

Darth Vader, 2019

 (Ed. of 25 +5AP)

Bronze, Paint

15.75 x 8.25 x 6.50 in

KAWS  Boba Fett, 2019,  (Ed. of 25 +5AP)  Bronze, paint  15.25 x 7 x 6.25 in 

KAWS

Boba Fett, 2019,

(Ed. of 25 +5AP)

Bronze, paint

15.25 x 7 x 6.25 in 

KAWS  Storm Trooper, 2019,  (Ed. of 25 +5AP)  Bronze, Paint  15 x 9 x 5 in 

KAWS

Storm Trooper, 2019,

(Ed. of 25 +5AP)

Bronze, Paint

15 x 9 x 5 in 

Roberto Matta

Roberto Matta, a Chilean-born artist of global influence, was a pivotal figure who intertwined the cultural threads of Europe, America, and Latin America. As an innovator within the Surrealist movement and an influential figure to the Abstract Expressionists, Matta evolved beyond these affiliations to develop a distinctive style that combined abstract and figurative elements within enigmatic, multidimensional cosmic landscapes. His extensive career was marked by a deep social and political consciousness, challenging Surrealist norms by incorporating social commentary into his work. Matta's forays into the unconscious through a symbolic abstract language left a lasting impact on the nascent Abstract Expressionist movement, cementing his legacy as a profound explorer of both the inner mind and the outer world.

Roberto Matta (1911 - 2002)  Untitled, 1995  Oil on paper mounted on Canvas  59 x 51.10 in

Roberto Matta (1911 - 2002)

Untitled, 1995

Oil on paper mounted on Canvas

59 x 51.10 in

Santiago Medina

Santiago Medina is a master sculptor renowned for his stainless steel artworks, with permanent displays at prestigious institutions like Harvard, Stanford, and others, and is notably the only Colombian-American artist featured at Harvard University. His innovative works have been showcased at major art fairs globally, including Art Basel and New York Art Fair. A physician turned artist, Medina combines his medical expertise in MRI and 3D imaging with his artistic talent, resulting in sculptures that embody technological precision and emotional depth. His art is recognized for its vitality and enduring appeal, promising to captivate audiences for generations. Medina's unique blend of science and art has garnered attention from CNN, the Miami Herald, and other notable media outlets.

Santiago Medina (b. 1964), Taboo, 2023, (2/5)  Italian Stainless Steel Sculpture  26.50 x 6.50 x 4.75 in

Santiago Medina (b. 1964), Taboo, 2023, (2/5)

Italian Stainless Steel Sculpture

26.50 x 6.50 x 4.75 in

Santiago Medina (b. 1964)  Soul, 2023  Italian Stainless-Steel Sculpture  24 x 8 x 7 in

Santiago Medina (b. 1964)

Soul, 2023

Italian Stainless-Steel Sculpture

24 x 8 x 7 in

Santiago Medina (b. 1964), Blue Flow - Monumental, 2023, (2/7)  Aerospace Turquoise Tinted Highly Polished Italian Stainless Steel  6 x 59 x 7 in 

Santiago Medina (b. 1964), Blue Flow - Monumental, 2023, (2/7)

Aerospace Turquoise Tinted Highly Polished Italian Stainless Steel

6 x 59 x 7 in 

Santiago Medina  (b. 1964)  Desire in Black   2023, (Ed. of 5)  72 x 8 x 6 in

Santiago Medina

(b. 1964)

Desire in Black

 2023, (Ed. of 5)

72 x 8 x 6 in

Neal Wesley Rasko

Born in 1980 in Calgary, Alberta, Wesley Neal Rasko honed his craft at the Alberta College of Art and Design and further advanced his expertise in the Czech Republic, where he apprenticed with the esteemed glass sculptor Bohumil Elias. His artwork, celebrated for its technical excellence and displayed in galleries worldwide, comprises architectural sculptures crafted from a blend of painted, laminated glass, cast glass, optical crystal, and exotic stone. Rasko remains dedicated to his practice, creating his intricate and skillfully made pieces from his studio in the Czech Republic.

Wesley Neal Rasko  Days Gone By, 2022  Painted, Laminated, Cut, and Polished Glass  16.50 x 13 x 7 in

Wesley Neal Rasko

Days Gone By, 2022

Painted, Laminated, Cut, and Polished Glass

16.50 x 13 x 7 in

Wesley Neal Rasko  Silent Morning, 2022  Painted, Laminated, Cut, and Polished Glass  19 x 14.50 x 5.50 in

Wesley Neal Rasko

Silent Morning, 2022

Painted, Laminated, Cut, and Polished Glass

19 x 14.50 x 5.50 in

RETNA

Marquis Lewis, known as RETNA, is a Los Angeles-based artist with a multicultural lineage, who became notable in the urban art scene for his distinctive calligraphic style and complex typographic artworks. Drawing on influences from ancient scripts and contemporary street art, RETNA crafts enigmatic texts using a hybrid alphabet that blends elements from various cultures and historical periods. His works, often executed with a combination of paintbrush and spray can, are known for their intricate detail and layered meanings, reflecting the interplay between historical relevance and the stark realities of urban life. Gaining recognition with high-profile murals and collaborations with brands like Louis Vuitton, RETNA has transitioned into the contemporary art sphere with notable exhibitions at LA's MOCA and the San Francisco Legion of Honor. His design work includes the album cover for Justin Bieber’s "Purpose" and stage design for the opera "AIDA." Today, RETNA continues to be a prominent figure in graffiti art, with his pieces highly sought after in the international art market.

RETNA (b. 1979)  Diptych 2, 2023  Acrylic on Paper  60 x 80.50 in 

RETNA (b. 1979)

Diptych 2, 2023

Acrylic on Paper

60 x 80.50 in 

RETNA (b. 1979)  I Love You, Not Just You, 2023  Acrylic and microbead on Canvas  72 x 72 in

RETNA (b. 1979)

I Love You, Not Just You, 2023

Acrylic and microbead on Canvas

72 x 72 in

RETNA (b. 1979)  A Night's Rest, 2023  Acrylic and Crystaline on canvas with leather stitching  72 x 60 in 

RETNA (b. 1979)

A Night's Rest, 2023

Acrylic and Crystaline on canvas with leather stitching

72 x 60 in 

RETNA (b. 1979)  Untitled, 2023  Acrylic on paper  60 x 40.24 in

RETNA (b. 1979)

Untitled, 2023

Acrylic on paper

60 x 40.24 in

RETNA (b. 1979)  No Off Switch, 2023  Acrylic on canvas with leather stitching  72.25 x 60 in 

RETNA (b. 1979)

No Off Switch, 2023

Acrylic on canvas with leather stitching

72.25 x 60 in 

RETNA (b. 1979)  When Gods Gets Angry, 2011  Enamel on polished WW2 D3 metal floorboard  120 x 70.50 x 3 in

RETNA (b. 1979)

When Gods Gets Angry, 2011

Enamel on polished WW2 D3 metal floorboard

120 x 70.50 x 3 in

RETNA (b. 1979)  Basket Knots, 2023  Acrylic on Canvas  72 x 60 in 

RETNA (b. 1979)

Basket Knots, 2023

Acrylic on Canvas

72 x 60 in 

RETNA (b. 1979)  Diptych 1, 2023  Acrylic on Paper  60 x 80.50 in 

RETNA (b. 1979)

Diptych 1, 2023

Acrylic on Paper

60 x 80.50 in 

RETNA (b. 1979)  I Love You, Except You, 2023  Acrylic and Crystaline on Canvas  72 x 72 in 

RETNA (b. 1979)

I Love You, Except You, 2023

Acrylic and Crystaline on Canvas

72 x 72 in 

RETNA (b. 1979)  Untitled, 2023  Acrylic on paper  60 x 40.24 in 

RETNA (b. 1979)

Untitled, 2023

Acrylic on paper

60 x 40.24 in 

RETNA (b. 1979)

Slang Them Colors, 2020

Acrylic on canvas with leather stitching

96 x 72 in

David Salle

David Salle, an influential artist born in 1952 in Oklahoma and raised in Wichita, Kansas, attended the California Institute of the Arts, studying under John Baldessari and receiving his BFA and MFA by 1975. Settling in New York, Salle's unique visual language emerged from advertising and graphic sources, paired with his own staged photography, creating vibrant paintings with internal rhythms and historical allusions. His work has been exhibited globally, including prestigious venues like the Whitney Museum and Guggenheim Bilbao, and featured in significant expositions such as the Venice Biennale and Whitney Biennial. Salle's artistry is characterized not just by the images he selects but by their energetic arrangement and the painterly manner they are rendered.

David Salle  Don't Tell Her, 2023, (Ed. of 40)  Silkscreened in colors on Saunders Waterford High White HP 425 gsm  54.50 x 74 in

David Salle

Don't Tell Her, 2023, (Ed. of 40)

Silkscreened in colors on Saunders Waterford High White HP 425 gsm

54.50 x 74 in

Tom Wesselmann

Tom Wesselmann, born in 1931 in Cincinnati and educated in psychology, shifted from aspiring cartoonist to a prominent American Pop artist after attending the Art Academy of Cincinnati and Cooper Union in New York. Renowned for his Great American Nude series and innovative collages, Wesselmann's art evolved from the 1960s through his large Standing Still Life series to experimenting with laser-cut metal works, culminating in his Sunset Nudes series that echoed the qualities of Matisse. A New York City mainstay, Wesselmann's work came full circle, touching back to his initial artistic pursuits before his passing in 2004.

Tom Wesselmann (1931 - 2004)  Shiny Nude (from the Rubber Stamp Portfolio), 1977, (/1000)  Rubber stamp on Kromekote paper  8 x 8 in

Tom Wesselmann (1931 - 2004)

Shiny Nude (from the Rubber Stamp Portfolio), 1977, (/1000)

Rubber stamp on Kromekote paper

8 x 8 in

Tom Wesselmann (1931 - 2004), Sunset Nude with Yellow Tulips, 2004-2006, (9/75)  Mixographia print on handmade paper  36.50 x 41 in 

Tom Wesselmann (1931 - 2004), Sunset Nude with Yellow Tulips, 2004-2006, (9/75)

Mixographia print on handmade paper

36.50 x 41 in 

Tom Wesselmann (1931 - 2004)  Still Life With Blonde and Goldfish, 2000, (22/75)  Mixografia print on handmade paper  33.50 x 39 in

Tom Wesselmann (1931 - 2004)

Still Life With Blonde and Goldfish, 2000, (22/75)

Mixografia print on handmade paper

33.50 x 39 in

Tom Wesselmann (1931 - 2004)  Lulu, 1982, (111/250)  Lithograph in colors  16.50 x 25 in

Tom Wesselmann (1931 - 2004)

Lulu, 1982, (111/250)

Lithograph in colors

16.50 x 25 in

Tom Wesselmann (1931 - 2004)  Monica In Robe with Motherwell, 1994, (45/80)  Screenprint on wove paper  40 x 58 in

Tom Wesselmann (1931 - 2004)

Monica In Robe with Motherwell, 1994, (45/80)

Screenprint on wove paper

40 x 58 in

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