45x45 cm / 18x18″
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Composition (No. 1) Gray-Red$92 – $124
Composition (No. 1) (1935) by Piet Mondrian, is a masterpiece of Neoplastic art. Using precise geometric shapes and primary colors, Mondrian creates a harmonious balance of lines and rectangles on a white canvas. This work epitomizes his style, representing a quest for universal harmony through abstract forms. Image: Art Institute Chicago.
A Snowy Dayby Helen Hyde$92 – $128
“A Snowy Day” (1901) by Helen Hyde is a delicate watercolor painting that evokes the serene beauty of a winter landscape. With a limited color palette and intricate detailing, Hyde skillfully captures the hushed stillness and pristine charm of a snowy day, inviting viewers to savor the tranquil and timeless magic of the season. Image: Art Institute Chicago
Fukusa (Gift Cover)by n/a$92 – $124
Fukusa (1900/12) is a exquisite Japanese artwork elegantly intertwines two figures, a meticulously nurtured bonsai tree, and the endless expanse of the sea. Crafted with intricate techniques, it marries traditional silk weaving, delicate dyeing, stenciling, painting, and sumptuous embroidery, resulting in a harmonious depiction of the delicate beauty of nature and human presence in serene coexistence.
Landscape No. 26$92 – $124
“Landscape No. 26” (1909-10) is a captivating painting by American modernist artist Marsden Hartley. This work is a vivid abstraction of the Maine landscape where Hartley found inspiration. With bold, geometric forms and vibrant colors, the painting exudes a sense of both natural beauty and emotional intensity, showcasing Hartley’s distinctive style. Image: Art Institute Chicago.
Study of Two Bedouins$92 – $124
“Study of Two Bedouins” (1905-6) by John Singer Sargent is a captivating portrait that captures the essence of two Bedouin men. With masterful brushwork and attention to detail, Sargent skillfully conveys the distinct features, attire, and character of his subjects, offering a glimpse into their world and cultural heritage. Image: Art Institute Chicago.