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1. graphic art :

Alt, Otmar
Boomen, Jan
Calder, Alexander
Christo (und Jean Cluade)
Derrière le miroir
Droese, Felix
Gilbert & George
Grützke, Johannes
Heckel, Erich
Hödicke
von Hofmann, Ludwig
Immendorf, Jörg
Hrdlicka, Alfred
Janssen, Horst
Katz, Alex
Kippenberger, Martin
Klinger, Max
Kounellis, Jannis
Kubin und Honore de Balzac
Lafontaine, Marie Jo
Levine, Les
Penck, A.R.
Piranesi
Sieverding, Katharina
Stella, Frank
Stelzmann, Volker
Tapies
Trockel, Rosemarie
Vautier, Ben
Vogeler, Heinrich
Warhol, Andy
Wesselmann, Tom
Wunderlich, Paul

2. originals:

Bager Johann, Daniel
Deutsch, Ernst
Droese, Felix
Dryden, Ernest
Janssen, Horst
Spinelli, Domenico

3. photography

George
Giraudel, Aymeric
van Gloeden
Goldin, Nan
von Plüschow
Tillmanns, Wolfgang Cornel

4. sculptures

5. furnitures

6. videos

7. autographs:

Bab, Julius
Behmer, Marcus
Binding, Rudolf
Cocteau, Jean
Graf zu Eulenburg, Philipp
Eulenburg, Herbert
Grosz, George
Hofmann-Fallersleben
Jonas, Hans
Mahldorf, Charlotte
Masereel, Franz
Rausch
Reinirkens, Leonhard
Zasche, Th.
Zweig, Stefan

8. books

Chateaubriand
Dedekind, Friedrich
Hay, Robert
Kafka, Franz
Marquis de Sade
Mattioli
Moll, Albert
Musli, Robert
Weidmann
Edmund White

9. other


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Alex Katz



Day Lilies
Flowers

Silkscreen, edition about just 108 copies worldwide

This commanding silkscreen by Alex Katz is one of the rare examples of his botanicals and a true collector's item. This piece exemplifies Katz's iconic Japanese simplicity and purity of form and is a "must have" for any Katz collector. The large scale and horizontal format of this work allows this piece to be the focal point of any room.

Alex Katz, born in 1927, is an American figural artist best known for his paintings, prints, and sculptures. His style is associated with the Pop art movement; his artwork makes connections to reality and the artificial through the use of smooth high gloss paint and high key colors. Katz’s style transforms subjects of people and scenes of uneventful daily life into elevated iconographic images. Though his sitters were often close friends (he painted his wife Ava frequently) Katz generalizes the features of his subjects and reduces the work to formal properties of light, color, and scale making his art familiar to all possible viewers. Katz’s portraits reveal his ongoing pursuit to depict social interactions and language while his landscapes reveal his fascination with plein air painting.

Katz’s work is also held in the permanent collections of the Tate Modern in London and the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Since 1954, Katz’s work has been the subject of over 200 solo exhibitions internationally.
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Katz day lilies flowers
Katz day lilies flowers