Posted on September 5, 2022
Original lithograph in colors, 1963, with the title and signature in the stone. One of about 2000 prints (aside from the hand signed and numbered edition of 95 including proofs), printed by Mourlot, Paris and published by XXe Siecle, Paris. – 25th Year – Number 22 – Christmas 1963
(Under the direction of G. di San Lazzaro)
Size: Sheet: 12 3/8 by 9 9/16 in. (31,5 x 24,3 cm.) Recorded and illustrated in the catalog of the original prints of the artist by Kaplan and Baum, No. 3.
Lithography is in very good condition.
Price $1,075 plus applicable tax(es) and shipping with FedEx
Interested? Please contact: email@example.com
Posted on March 10, 2022
Beautiful etching by one of the grand seigneurs of the art world.
The print is an artist proof (size~80x60cm), signed, numbered XXV/ XXV e.a, titled and dated in pencil by the artist. It was acquired on January 17, 1995 at Galerie Lelong in Paris, France and is in very good condition.
Posted on March 2, 2022
Posted on January 1, 2022
Mesmerized Movement: The Subtle Handling of Light in Pavel Odvody’s Work
This recently published book documents the black and white photography by Pavel Odvody (*1953) which fuses sensibility, memory and fantasy in an original manner. His exploration of the psyche, beyond the body, is what gets under the observer’s skin. Moments of nakedness, staged in magical double exposures, wraithlike patterns or silhouettes of light, reveal the human being in their multifaceted manifestation.
Contributions by J. Hichi, C. Lunsford, P. Odvody Text: English / German
192 pages, 217 color illustrations
23,5 × 28 cm, hardcover
Posted on March 22, 2021
Image shows: Résumé, a portfolio of 43 Lithographs in vibrant colors, plus Title sheet and Authenticity sheet, signed and numbered by Pierre Alechinsky.
Sold recently to an Italian gallery.
Posted on February 15, 2021
by Edouard de’ Pazzi (France), Raoul Hausmann ( Austria), Jolande des Bouvrie (Netherlands)
Thank you for your interest!
Posted on February 27, 2020
Posted on December 9, 2019
A great collection of prints by renowned artists, published by Edition Staeck, Heidelberg, 1995. All prints are signed and numbered 4/35.
Available at The OMC Gallery. Find here all relevant information. Interested in buying? Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on August 12, 2019
Posted on March 30, 2019
Posted on January 6, 2019
“His pictures originate in a structural and systematic exploration of methods of abstract painting. He succeeds in facilitating the interaction of colour, space and energy in a wide range of completely different types of pictures such as the “Interference Paintings”, the “Refraction Paintings” ,the “Wave Paintings” or the “Hybrid Paintings”.
Michael Burges, “Hybrid Painting, 1997
Oil on wood
51.18 x 39.37 x 2.76 in
Price on request
Posted on September 21, 2018
Please check out the intriguing new work by contemporary photo artist Florian Beckers, Dusseldorf, Germany! Each image now available in a limited edition of 10 prints, only. For more details contact us at email@example.com
Posted on July 22, 2018
Just visited an exhibition, titled “Blood & Soil”, presenting new works by internationally renowned Los Angeles-based artist Cleon Peterson at the Over The Influence Gallery, on 833 East 3rd Street. WOW – What a thought provoking and engaging exhibition that is! A Must See!
“A fearless artist, Peterson, in this new body of work intends to reconcile our violent history with present day violence prevalent across the country… A celebrated painter of the distressing anxiety and sinister violence in contemporary society, Peterson’s bold black, white, and arresting bright red palette ominously complements the savage cruelty he portrays. Harkening the ghosts of past evil, Peterson’s works recall the horror in Goya’s ‘The Third of May 1808’. The resulting paintings are brutal in their depictions of violence which also bring contemporary atrocities to mind… With his skillful, strange, and unforgettable large figurative tableaux, Peterson forcefully translates the consciousness of carnage and chaos, issuing a powerful indictment against universal violence, past and present. His nightmarish vignettes demand examination; in his works, violence is a nightmare from which we have not awakened.” (- Over The Influence Gallery)
Still on view until August 5.
Posted on February 23, 2017
Vintage and More.
International Modern Classic and Contemporary Photographs at The OMC Gallery.
Check out this link and find out about a fine selection of Vintage and contemporary B/W photographs from private collections. Currently available exclusively at The OMC Gallery. Like to know specifics or a price of a print, just send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your interest.
The OMC Gallery Team
Posted on December 31, 2015
Look at 2016 as a ‘New Chance’ for your ideas, dreams, wishes, projects, visions, how to live a fulfilled life.
Wishing all of you only the best,
Posted on November 3, 2015
Thursday, Nov 5 to Thursday, Nov 12, 2-5PM ( closed on Sunday),The OMC Gallery exhibits and offers an exiting range of Art and Photography Books from The OMC Gallery Archive.
If you love books, collect books, are an art student or art collector, this is your chance to find something inspiring , interesting and educating at very attractive prices. Starting already at only $5!
Posted on November 2, 2015
Posted on May 13, 2014
And than I thought – well monetary value is not everything, maybe some of them are at least to be found in the Top 100 of most exhibited artists in the world, I mean, seriously…
Again – nothing!
Shortly before my eyes filled with tears, I’m not sure if due to the facts or the fine print – I found comfort.
Abigail R. Esman handed it to me in her article for http://blogs.artinfo.com/culturalaffairs/
Quote: “… But most of all, I’d like to see the abandonment of all such lists completely. I can’t help but think of the research a couple of years ago which revealed that most people spend seven to nine seconds looking at a work of art. That’s nowhere near as long as we spend reading lists of who sold where for what. So although it may sound archaic, maybe even a little trite, here’s a simple thought I’m just going to put out there: how’s about we stop looking so much at the numbers, and look just a little bit more deeply at the art?”
So!? What Do You Think?
Let me know!