Jonathan Novak Contemporary Art , Stand n° 

Yellow Beam (SFP73-35) (SFF.612) - Sam Francis

Sam Francis Yellow Beam (SFP73-35) (SFF.612)
Powerful acrylic and oil painting from Francis's heyday: the 1970s. Francis was moving from the more minimal edge paintings to the complex grid paintings during this time period. The center of the work showcases Francis's iconic "white space". Francis, who was fond of wordplay described these spaces as the "hole of eternity".

Dog - Fernando Botero

Fernando Botero Dog
Whimsical bronze sculpture of a stylized dog.

Trade Winds, circa 1958 - Joseph Cornell

Joseph Cornell Trade Winds, circa 1958
Wood box construction—wood, paint, paper, printed paper, metal, glass, marbles, cork and pins
7" x 12" x 3-5/8" (17.8 x 30.5 x 9.2 cm)

The Bees and their Merriment, 2017 - Jim Dine

Jim Dine The Bees and their Merriment, 2017
Linoleum print and schminke oil wash on Gokung Korean GKP200
Sheet: 72-3/4" x 51" (184.6 x 129.4 cm)
Image: 70" x 48-1/2" (178 x 123.3 cm)
Edition of 13

Heads - Julian Opie

Julian Opie Heads
A series of six screenprints on sprayed aluminum
Various dimensions on 5-1/8" x 11" bases (13 x 28 cm bases)
Tallest measures 14" high (35.6 cm high)
Edition of 20

Creeley and Rebecca, 2015 - Jim Dine

Jim Dine Creeley and Rebecca, 2015
Woodcut and power-tool abrasion with hand coloring and two collaged elements on Hahnemuhle 350 gsm Off White paper
Sheet: 63" x 49-1/4" (160 x 125.1 cm)
Framed: 67-3/4" x 53-3/4" (172.1 x 136.5 cm)
Edition of 6

Peerless Diner, 2007 - John Baeder

John Baeder Peerless Diner, 2007
Oil on canvas
30" x 48" (76.2 x 121.9 cm)

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Since 1978, Jonathan Novak has been an important source for Contemporary American and European art.


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