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Boxed edition including a screenprint on Velin BFK Rives 250 gr paper and a hardback book with an introductory essay by Kate Mayne. Edited by Tommy Simoens.
Size: 40 x 40 cm.
Interior: 220 pages.
Printing: page 1-16: 6/0 colors (4c process + 2 PMS); page 17-220: 2/0 colours (2 PMS). Endpapers: 2 x 4 pages. Text stock + endpapers: Ditto 190 g paper. Cover: 1/0 color (1 PMS).
Binding: Smyth-sewn, 3 mm boards overdrawn with Wibalin 120 g paper, square.
Printer: Godefroit-Gazelle, Antwerp.
Binder: Delabie, Kortrijk.
Published in 2010.
Numbered and signed in the colophon.
Sheet: 40 x 40 cm
Image: 17 x 17 cm
Printer: Vandaele Editie, Antwerp.
Edition of 60 signed and numbered in black pencil.
This copy n° 60/60.
Manfred Sellink & Tommy Simoens, "Luc Tuymans Graphic Works 1989-2012", Ed. Ludion, 2012, #58.2.
"May 17, 2010, the Museum aan de Stroom (MAS) in Antwerp unveiled a 40-square-meter stone mosaic by the renowned Belgian artist Luc Tuymans (born 1958). The mosaic was based on Tuymans' 2002 painting "Dead Skull," now owned by the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. This painting was in turn based on a seventeenth-century plaque at the foot of Antwerp Cathedral's north tower, commemorating Quentin Metsys (1466-1530), founder of the Antwerp school of painting. On the occasion of the inauguration of Tuymans' mosaic, and under the close supervision of the artist, Graphic Matter in Belgium has published this boxed Dead Skull edition. It contains a screenprint on Somerset Velvet 250-gram paper and a hardback book--available only within this edition--with an introductory essay by Kate Mayne. The edition is limited to 60 copies, numbered and signed by the artist". The publisher.
Series of 5 lithographs in portfoliio
Original Lithograph printed after 6 stones on 250 gr Velin d'Arches paper
Rasmus Urwald, Copenhagen
Paper: 70 x 50 cm
Lithograph: 28 x 18 cm
Edition Copenhagen, Copenhagen, 2012
Edition: 50 numbered and signed by the artist + 5 A.P. + 5 P.P. + 1 signed (artist archive)
The last lithograph is signed and numbered, the 4 more lithographs are numbered separately in black pencil.
Each lithograph has an order number in black pencil on the reverse.
Manfred Sellink & Tommy Simoens, "Luc Tuymans Graphic Works 1989-2012", Ed. Ludion, 2012, #62.
This finally rather trivial topic, plates, is made wonderful, present, alive, glorious by the artist's eye and choice and also by the excellent editing work: the chosen format and the extremely good printing.
This series depicts ceramic plates from the artist's personal collection. The dinner plates, Eastern European in origin, refer to the local ceramics industry that was once a symbol of national pride during the communist era.
Tuymans created a mural based upon this series specially for his show "Allo!" in the rotunda of the Mestrovic Pavilion, Zagreb, Croatia, 2012, show organized by the Institute for the Research of the Avant-garde and HDLU, Zagreb in collaboration with David Zwirner
Series of 7 black and white plates, loose in a portofolio.
Technic: pigment prints on Hahnemühle 310 gr paper.
Printer: Atelier Jézéquel, Paris.
Plates: 58 x 46 cm
Image: 30 x 22 cm
Edition of 50 + 10 A.P. + 10 H.C.
One of the 10 A.P.
The first plate is fully signed and numbered and the 6 others are initialed "LT" in black pencil.
Manfred Sellink & Tommy Simoens, "Luc Tuymans Graphic Works 1989-2012", Ed. Ludion, 2012, #63.2.
These photographs are simply wonderful. The utilisation of the black and white, of the contrast and the choice of the subject, create the calm ethereal poetry of an intimate fantasy.
We are interested in purchasing artist books, multiples, prints and unique artworks by this artist.
Please contact us.
Nous sommes intéressés par l'achat de livres d'artiste, estampes, multiples et oeuvres uniques de cet artiste.
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