Charles Demuth was a leading artist during the American Modernism era, studying art at Académie Julian in Paris, where he was influenced by Cubism. In his Bermuda watercolors, Demuth applied cubist techniques to architectural landscapes using delicate color washes.
Bermuda Landscape No. 1, painted in 1917, was originally done in watercolor and graphite on wove paper. Our reproduction is printed on the finest watercolor rag paper, using archival pigment inks. The soft pastel hues meld beautifully with minimalist and Japandi interiors, alone or in a collection.
Abstract Robert Motherwell Poster, 1962
Abstract Robert Motherwell Exhibition Poster from 1962, originally published by Galerie Der Spiegel in Cologne, Germany. Digitally remastered and printed on museum quality 100% cotton rag paper, using archival pigment...
Abstract Calligraphy, Saburo Hasegawa 1954
Abstract calligraphy art print, perfect for Japandi, Nordic, and minimalist interiors. Available in two sizes. Printed on the finest museum quality paper, using archival pigment inks. Saburo Hasegawa (1906–1957) was a...