Auguste Rodin, Flying Figure, 1890

20 1/2 × 29 1/2 × 12 in, 1890. The sculpture depicts a nude female torso, leaning to viewer’s right.  The figure’s right arm is resting on the thigh of the slightly bent knee.  The base of the sculpture is signed “A. Rodin” on the top right corner. Associated with iconic works as The Kiss (1880-1881), The Thinker (1881-1882), […]

Angel, Ed Ruscha

Stone Lithograph, edition of 68. American artist Ed Ruscha (born December 16, 1937 in Omaha, Nebraska) is a central figure in the visual articulation of Los Angeles’ changing landscapes of mi twentieth centuries. He rose to prominance in the wake of the pop art movement, and also had a substantial impact on conceptual art. His works […]

Laddie John Dill, Untitled, 1986

A Los Angeles-based artist, Dill actually exhibited his first show in New York in 1971. He is considered of the first LA artists to gain recognition for experimenting with light and space in abstraction. “I was influenced by Rauschenberg,” he says, “Keith Sonnier, Robert Smithson, Dennis Oppenheim, and Robert Irwin, who were working with earth […]

Andy Warhol, Martin Buber, 1980

 Screenprint on Lenox Museum Board, 40″ X 32″ In 1980, Andy Warhol, of the most famous, controversial and groundbreaking American artists of the twentieth century, was commissioned by a Tel Aviv based publisher to create a portfolio of the ten most important Jewish figures of all time. This resulted in a series of ten portraits, which […]