Hair Is A Woman’s Glory. No 4

Through allusions to mythology, religion, and art history, this body of work takes a critical peek into contemporary attitudes and religious taboos communicated through the censorship of women’s hair. In each frame, the artist’s self-portrait is centered around a halo of calligraphic text that meticulously repeats the Turkish word for hair, “saç.” The daring invitation Read more….

Hair Is A Woman’s Glory. No 3

Through allusions to mythology, religion, and art history, this body of work takes a critical peek into contemporary attitudes and religious taboos communicated through the censorship of women’s hair. In each frame, the artist’s self-portrait is centered around a halo of calligraphic text that meticulously repeats the Turkish word for hair, “saç.” The daring invitation Read more….

Hair Is A Woman’s Glory. No 2

Through allusions to mythology, religion, and art history, this body of work takes a critical peek into contemporary attitudes and religious taboos communicated through the censorship of women’s hair. In each frame, the artist’s self-portrait is centered around a halo of calligraphic text that meticulously repeats the Turkish word for hair, “saç.” The daring invitation Read more….

Hair Is A Woman’s Glory No 1

Through allusions to mythology, religion, and art history, this body of work takes a critical peek into contemporary attitudes and religious taboos communicated through the censorship of women’s hair. In each frame, the artist’s self-portrait is centered around a halo of calligraphic text that meticulously repeats the Turkish word for hair, “saç.” The daring invitation Read more….

Untitled

Original work was pen and watercolor. Couples at a table. Women scantily clad, men on suits, over coat, cane and hat. Inventory ID 101 Private Notes Excellent condition. Purchased in 2019 Purchased From Habitat for Humanity Restore Consigned To/Collected By PDF Uploads

Untitled

Original work was pen and watercolor. Couples at a table. Women scantily clad, men on suits, over coat, cane and hat. Inventory ID 101 Private Notes Excellent condition. Purchased in 2019 Purchased From Habitat for Humanity Restore Consigned To/Collected By PDF Uploads

Baloon

Ikuko (Iku) Nagai was born and raised in Japan and emigrated to the San Francisco peninsula after WWII where she developed an abstract expressionism in her artworks. Nagai used multiple techniques to produce her art: painting in mineral pigments she ground herself, gold and silver leaf, water color, etching, drawing, monotype, woodblock, monoprint, and chine Read more….

Cross in Window

Matted Ikuko (Iku) Nagai was born and raised in Japan and emigrated to the San Francisco peninsula after WWII where she developed an abstract expressionism in her artworks. Nagai used multiple techniques to produce her art: painting in mineral pigments she ground herself, gold and silver leaf, water color, etching, drawing, monotype, woodblock, monoprint, and Read more….

End of the Darkness

Ikuko (Iku) Nagai was born and raised in Japan and emigrated to the San Francisco peninsula after WWII where she developed an abstract expressionism in her artworks. Nagai used multiple techniques to produce her art: painting in mineral pigments she ground herself, gold and silver leaf, water color, etching, drawing, monotype, woodblock, monoprint, and chine Read more….

Gods of Yanluitlan

Ikuko (Iku) Nagai was born and raised in Japan and emigrated to the San Francisco peninsula after WWII where she developed an abstract expressionism in her artworks. Nagai used multiple techniques to produce her art: painting in mineral pigments she ground herself, gold and silver leaf, water color, etching, drawing, monotype, woodblock, monoprint, and chine Read more….

Flibre’s Paradise

Ikuko (Iku) Nagai was born and raised in Japan and emigrated to the San Francisco peninsula after WWII where she developed an abstract expressionism in her artworks. Nagai used multiple techniques to produce her art: painting in mineral pigments she ground herself, gold and silver leaf, water color, etching, drawing, monotype, woodblock, monoprint, and chine Read more….

Petrified Mythology I & II

Matted size = 10 3/4 x 9 Ikuko (Iku) Nagai was born and raised in Japan and emigrated to the San Francisco peninsula after WWII where she developed an abstract expressionism in her artworks. Nagai used multiple techniques to produce her art: painting in mineral pigments she ground herself, gold and silver leaf, water color, Read more….

Maya Gods

Ikuko (Iku) Nagai was born and raised in Japan and emigrated to the San Francisco peninsula after WWII where she developed an abstract expressionism in her artworks. Nagai used multiple techniques to produce her art: painting in mineral pigments she ground herself, gold and silver leaf, water color, etching, drawing, monotype, woodblock, monoprint, and chine Read more….

Mexican Sunrise

Ikuko (Iku) Nagai was born and raised in Japan and emigrated to the San Francisco peninsula after WWII where she developed an abstract expressionism in her artworks. Nagai used multiple techniques to produce her art: painting in mineral pigments she ground herself, gold and silver leaf, water color, etching, drawing, monotype, woodblock, monoprint, and chine Read more….

Mexican Vase

Ikuko (Iku) Nagai was born and raised in Japan and emigrated to the San Francisco peninsula after WWII where she developed an abstract expressionism in her artworks. Nagai used multiple techniques to produce her art: painting in mineral pigments she ground herself, gold and silver leaf, water color, etching, drawing, monotype, woodblock, monoprint, and chine Read more….

Mythology of Yanhuitlan

Ikuko (Iku) Nagai was born and raised in Japan and emigrated to the San Francisco peninsula after WWII where she developed an abstract expressionism in her artworks. Nagai used multiple techniques to produce her art: painting in mineral pigments she ground herself, gold and silver leaf, water color, etching, drawing, monotype, woodblock, monoprint, and chine Read more….

Homage to Toba-Sojo IX

6 copies Ikuko (Iku) Nagai was born and raised in Japan and emigrated to the San Francisco peninsula after WWII where she developed an abstract expressionism in her artworks. Nagai used multiple techniques to produce her art: painting in mineral pigments she ground herself, gold and silver leaf, water color, etching, drawing, monotype, woodblock, monoprint, Read more….

Egg Series IV: String

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Out Back of Mister Billy’s

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Trio

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Egg Series V: Manikin

Matted, size 16 1/2 x 20 1/2 A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface Read more….

For Sunday Struttin’

Print is matted: 20 x 14 5/8 Inventory ID 167 Private Notes Shrink-wrapped, in good condition, slight corner damage Purchased From Consigned To/Collected By PDF Uploads

Broken Blue

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Hommage: Studio Rackboard

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Autumn Leaf

Etching with Chine Colle; Edition Varied; Green/Blue and Red/Ocher, both matted: 14 x 15 Ikuko Nagai was born and raised in Japan and emigrated to the San Francisco peninsula after WWII where she developed an abstract expressionism in her artworks. Nagai used multiple techniques to produce her art: painting in mineral pigments she ground herself, Read more….

Kick Off

Edition 15/15 is matted. Iku Nagai (1933-) was born and raised in Japan and emigrated to the San Francisco peninsula after WWII where she developed an abstract expressionism in her artworks. Nagai used multiple techniques to produce her art: painting in mineral pigments she ground herself, gold and silver leaf, water color, etching, drawing, monotype, Read more….

Mirror Image of a Rose

Edition Varied Ikuko (Iku) Nagai was born and raised in Japan and emigrated to the San Francisco peninsula after WWII where she developed an abstract expressionism in her artworks. Nagai used multiple techniques to produce her art: painting in mineral pigments she ground herself, gold and silver leaf, water color, etching, drawing, monotype, woodblock, monoprint, Read more….

Untitled (Proof for Art of Reason)

Iku Nagai (1933-) was born and raised in Japan and emigrated to the San Francisco peninsula after WWII where she developed an abstract expressionism in her artworks. Nagai used multiple techniques to produce her art: painting in mineral pigments she ground herself, gold and silver leaf, water color, etching, drawing, monotype, woodblock, monoprint, and chine Read more….

Art of Reason

Iku Nagai (1933-) was born and raised in Japan and emigrated to the San Francisco peninsula after WWII where she developed an abstract expressionism in her artworks. Nagai used multiple techniques to produce her art: painting in mineral pigments she ground herself, gold and silver leaf, water color, etching, drawing, monotype, woodblock, monoprint, and chine Read more….

Adam and Eve

Iku Nagai (1933-) was born and raised in Japan and emigrated to the San Francisco peninsula after WWII where she developed an abstract expressionism in her artworks. Nagai used multiple techniques to produce her art: painting in mineral pigments she ground herself, gold and silver leaf, water color, etching, drawing, monotype, woodblock, monoprint, and chine Read more….

Adam and Eve

Iku Nagai (1933-) was born and raised in Japan and emigrated to the San Francisco peninsula after WWII where she developed an abstract expressionism in her artworks. Nagai used multiple techniques to produce her art: painting in mineral pigments she ground herself, gold and silver leaf, water color, etching, drawing, monotype, woodblock, monoprint, and chine Read more….

Soaring Thoughts

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

A Tribute to Six Bits

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Waiting

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Red Ripe

Imp. – Abbreviation for the Latin word “impressit”, this mark may be found after the signature if the artist printed their own work. A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way Read more….

Red Ripe

Imp. – Abbreviation for the Latin word “impressit”, this mark may be found after the signature if the artist printed their own work. A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way Read more….

Belladonna

Imp. – Abbreviation for the Latin word “impressit”, this mark may be found after the signature if the artist printed their own work. A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way Read more….

Silence Within

Imp. – Abbreviation for the Latin word “impressit”, this mark may be found after the signature if the artist printed their own work. This artwork is severely damaged. A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper Read more….

Ripening

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Spring Morning 7AM

Imp. – Abbreviation for the Latin word “impressit”, this mark may be found after the signature if the artist printed their own work. A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way Read more….

Secrets

REMARQUED EDITION PRINT (R/E) This term applies to an original pencil sketch drawn by the artist in the print margin, which generally relates to the subject matter and greatly enhances the value of the print. Each sketch is an original additionally singed by the artist and often dated. These are especially prized by collectors for Read more….

A Single Yellow

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Pomegranates

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Vitnurian Woman

Eleanor Dickinson (Eleanor Evelyn Vaughan Creekmore Dickinson) (1931-2017) The Peninsula Museum of Art, a non-profit for our artistic-loving community, was fortunate to have a home in Burlingame, CA for almost eight years. Unfortunately, due to redevelopment planning, our lease was terminated early and while we were looking for a new affordable home, the 2020 COVID Read more….

untitled

The Peninsula Museum of Art, a non-profit for our artistic-loving community, was fortunate to have a home in Burlingame, CA for almost eight years. Unfortunately due to redevelopment planning, our lease was terminated early and while we were looking for a new affordable home, the 2020 COVID pandemic hit and our hopes of finding a Read more….

Mixed Light

Inventory ID 131 Private Notes Purchased From Consigned To/Collected By PDF Uploads

Pescadores de Patzcuaro

Carolos Mérida (1891-1985) was a Guatemalan artist and part of the Mexican muralism movement. The Peninsula Museum of Art, a non-profit for our artistic-loving community, was fortunate to have a home in Burlingame, CA for almost eight years. Unfortunately due to redevelopment planning, our lease was terminated early and while we were looking for a Read more….

Le Cheval De La Chartes

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

August Morning

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Shadows

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….