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Large Three Dimensional Abstract Composition by Neil Loeb, American b. 1950

This original painting on multiple canvases measuring 74 x 53 x 4 inches features four layers of different shapes and color applied to each other forming a stunning composition of form, color, light and shadow. It is signed front and back, dated 1987 and inscribed number 3 out of a ...

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‘Terrestria IV’ by Madeline Weiss, American 1926-2005, Geometrical Abstraction

'Terrestria IV' by Madeline Weiss, American 1926-2005, Florida. 44 x 48 in. w/o frame, 45 x 49 in. including frame, acrylic on panel, signed, dated and and titled on the back. Minimalist silver finish frame. Noted for her experimenting geometrical abstractions both in painting and sculpture Madeline Weiss was born on July 5, 1926 ...

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‘Equilibrio’ by Carlos Montes de Oca, Havana Cuba

'Equilibrio' by Carlos Montes de Oca, Cuban b. 1968. 57 x 98 in. oil on canvas, signed, inscribed and titled by the artist on the back. Gold leaf modern floater frame.   Carlos Alberto Fernández Montes de Oca Born in Camagüey, Cuba, 1968 Self-taught artist, he has accomplished courses on engraving techniques: Serigraphy Course, René Portocarrero Workshop ...

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A Large Stunning Abstract Seascape by Tetsuro Sawada, Japanese 1933-1998

'Abstract Seascape' By Tetsuro Sawada, Japanese 1933-1998. 57.25 x 57.25 in. w/o frame, 58.25 x 58.25 including frame. Oil on canvas, signed front and back, dated (19)84. Minimalist style aluminum frame.   Biography from the Archives of askART...

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‘The Blues’ by Lars Hegelund, American b. 1947, 12 x 16 in.

12 x 16 in. w/o frame, acrylic on canvas, signed and dated Lars Frederick Hegelund is a Danish born contemporary artist exhibiting in Copenhagen, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach. For additional information please google 'lars frederick hegelund'

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A Pair of Small Cubist Abstracts Attributed to Ben Nicholson, British 1899-1982

A Fetching Pair of Small Cubist  Abstracts Attributed to Ben Nicholson, British 1899-1982. Gouache on card. 4.5 x 6 in. without frame, 8 x 9.75 including frame. Numbered in hand verso '2' and '3' suggesting the these to works may have been part of a larger series. The two works ...

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‘January’ Abstract Composition by Anders Hegelund, b. 1938

32 x 22 in. oil on canvas, signed and dated verso. After Anders Hegelund’s most recent one man show at ‘C7 Gallery’ in the heart of Copenhagen Frederick Fine Art is proud to introduce selected examples of his oeuvre to the American public. Well known ...

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‘Blue Figure’ by Lars Frederick Hegelund, American b. 1947

‘Blue Figure’ By Lars Frederick Hegelund, American, born 1947 20 x 24 in. acrylic on canvas, signed (20)15 Lars Hegelund graduated from the Royal Academy of Fine Art in Copenhagen and has for many years been active within art, design and architecture in his native country as well as in the US. He has  received significant ...

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‘Polychrome Figure’ by Lars Frederick Hegelund, American b. 1947

‘Polychrome Figure’ By Lars Frederick Hegelund, American, born 1947 24 x 30 in. acrylic on canvas, signed (20)15   Lars Hegelund graduated from the Royal Academy of Fine Art in Copenhagen and has for many years been active within art, design and architecture in his native country as well as in the US. He has  received significant ...

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Baroque and Modern in the Gallery

A magnificent North Italian late 17th century Baroque carved walnut commode, the rectangular top above a case with paneled sides fitted with four carved front drawers raised on carved bracket feet. On the commode two modern brushed steel table lamps flanking a contemporary painting by Lars Frederick Hegelund. ...

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