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Larry Rivers
Webster
Arthur Luiz Piza
Pistache
William T. WILEY
Scarecrow
Leonard BAskin
Crows
Leonard Baskin
Blake Death Mask
Leonard Baskin
Three plates of faces
Leonard Baskin
Standing Nude Man
Leonard Baskin
Three Bearded Men
Leonard Baskin
Man Looking Up
Leonard Baskin
Studies / Two Faces
Leonard Baskin
Face with fancy collar and cap
Leonard Baskin
Bearded Head
Leonard Baskin
Birdman in Profile
Leonard Baskin
Lovers. New Year's Greeting
Leonard Baskin
Caspar David Friedrich
Leonard Baskin
Thomas Eakins
Leonard Baskin
Fattori in Oval
Leonard Baskin
Untitled (Red and Green)
Leonard Baskin
Odilon Redon. (Portrait of the French Artist, 1840-1916)
Leonard Baskin
Seagull and Shark
Leonard Baskin
Tashtego

EXHIBITIONS


Francisco Goya: Disasters Of War

August 4th - 27th, 2016
First Thursday Opening Reception: August 4th, 6-8 PM

Executed between 1810 and 1820, Goya's Los Desastres de la Guerra (Disasters of War) was inspired by scenes the artist witnessed during the Peninsular War against Napoleon Bonaparte that waged from 1808 to 1814.  In a time before photo-journalism, Goya created a necessary and unflinching documentation of the ravages of war and it's power to dehumanize everyone involved.

 

Juan Genovés | Silencio, Silencio

Juan Genovés is among the most widely recognized and respected contemporary Spanish artists. His work was deeply affected by his experience growing up in Valencia in the 1930s where he witnessed the barbarity and violence of the Spanish Civil War first hand. This portfolio Silencio, Silencio, published in 1970, can be viewed as a  visual representation of Genovés involvement with the opposition movements protesting the Franco regime and his early experiences with the Spanish Civil War.

Complete set of 10 etchings on Velin de Rives in original portfolio box. 1970. Edition 25/92. Each individually signed. Published by Atelier Lacourière et Frélant, Paris. 12 x 17 inches each. $10,000. for the complete set.