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Peter Max: “Angel with Heart”


Peter Max 700 listings.. Born in 1937 – Artist Peter Max was born in Berlin and spent his childhood in Shanghai. From China, the family went to Tibet for a year, and then on to Israel. Peter Max’s family’s odyssey continued to Paris, and finally, at the age of 16, Max arrived in the United States. Peter Max began his art studies in New York at the Art Student’s League and continued at the Pratt Institute and School of Visual Arts. Peter Max, who is known throughout the world and is a household name in America, is famous for his new age style, cosmic imagery and multi-colored blends. During the late 1960′s and early 70′s, Peter Max’s colorful art reached millions of people and he won numerous major awards for his work. Peter Max’s paintings, drawings, sculpture and limited edition graphics have been exhibited in major museums throughout the world.

- Serigraph on Paper  - Edition # 294/300  - Signed & numbered in white pencil.

- Paper size: 27″ x 39″

- Date of creation: 1996 (Embossed on paper)  - Certificate dated: 2002.

Price: $3500 CDN (Free Shipping)

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Andre Bieler: “Port Au Persil”

Artist: Andre Bieler | Title of Work: “Port Au Persil” | Edition # 96/100 | Type of Print: Woodblock | Paper Size: 19.625″x26 | Image Size: 10″x12.5″ | Date: mid-1980′s | Condition: 10/10 | Signed and titled by the artist in pencil.

This is a lovely woodblock print, by the Canadian artist Andre Bieler.

André was born in Switzerland and came to Montreal in 1908. He studied art in Paris in the 1920’s for several years as well as at the Art Students’ League in New York. He organized the first conference of Canadian Artist in 1941 for which he later received the Order of Canada. He taught at the Banff School of fine Arts and was also resident artist and teacher at Queens’ University for many years. His landscapes and genre scenes of Quebec and Ontario were influenced by the French impressionists.

The artwork of this important and influential artist is represented in the National Gallery of Canada, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and many other public and private galleries and collections around the world.

André settled in 1927 to 1930 at L’ île d’Orléans where he experimented with various techniques of producing woodcuts eventually combining the woodblock for line and colour in pochoir. During this time he made seventeen woodcuts, the majority with pochoir. The editions of these prints were very small and are now considered quite rare and valuable.

André Biéler died in 1989.

Price: $800 CDN (Free Shipping)

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Tomoe Yokoi: “Box and Bottle”

Artist: Tomoe Yokoi | Title of Work: “Box and Bottle” | Edition # 29/30 | Type of Print: Mezzotint| Paper Size: 19.75″x25.75″ | Image Size: 12″x13.5″ | Date: mid-1980′s | Condition: 8/10 | Signed and titled by the artist in pencil.

Japanese, b.1942

Yokoi studied art in Tokyo and later in Paris at Hayter’s Atelier 17, the most prestigious school of intaglio printing. She settled in New York in 1971, having perfected the difficult and arduous technique of colour mezzotint printing. She combines European beaux-art subject matter with an oriental emphasis on asymmetry and design, producing subtly nuanced prints, many of which are in major international museums.

Yokoi’s work is shown in prestigious permanent collections including the Musée d’ Art Moderne, Paris; the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris; Brooklyn Museum, New York; and the Free Library of Philadelphia, in Pennsylvania. Yokoi has exhibited throughout Europe and the United States including: Norwegian International Print Biennial, Oslo; Paris International Print Biennial; SAGA National Print Exhibition, New York; IKI International Art Fair, Dusseldorf; British International Print Biennial, Bradford; and Ljubljana International Print Biennial, Yugoslavia.

Price: $2000 CDN (Free Shipping)

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Doug Wilson: “Make Your Own Path”

Make Your Own Path #1 Make Your Own Path #2 Make Your Own Path #3

Artist: Doug Wilson | Title of Work: “Make Your Own Path” | Edition: Open | Type of Print: Letterpress on Vintage Map | Paper Size: 11″x17″ | Condition: 10/10 Signed and stamped by the artist.

Each of these stunning prints have been hand letterpressed by Doug Wilson, directly onto part of his collection of vintage maps! The diversity of these maps and the printing method combined means that each print is truly unique.

  • Hand letterpressed
  • Printed on vintage maps
  • Every print is unique!
  • Signed and stamped by the artist
  • Measure 11 by 17 inches

Doug Wilson is a designer, filmmaker, art director and teacher that has a passion for letterpress. He has a BFA in Graphic Design and Art History from Missouri State University and has received a Type Design Workshop Certificate from the Basel School of Design. He also spent a summer as a letterpress artist in residence at L’Association pour le Patrimoine Industriel in Geneva, Switzerland.

Price: $80 CDN – ($20.00 Shipping)

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Pierre Marie Brisson: “Feminité” Carborundum Etchings on Handmade Paper



Artist: Pierre Marie Brisson | Title of Work: “Féminité” | Edition: 16/95 | Type of Print: Carborundum Etching on Handmade Paper. | Paper Size: ~18″x22″” | Condition: 7/10 – Some discoloration in the paper. Signed by the artist.

Pierre Marie Brisson was Born in June, 1955 in Orleans, France.

At 14 he takes an interest in painting. Meets and studies privately with painter Bernard Saby. In 1979, settles in Paris, and starts working with carborundum etchings at the Pasnic Workshop. Currently lives and works in the South of France. From 1981 to present exhibits regularly in France, Germany, United States and Canada.

This work is priced as a triptych (set of three).

Price: $600 CDN – (Free Shipping)


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