Rare Yacov Agam Original Artist Proof Handsigned Geometric Optical Kinetic Art | Op Art | Pop Art | Lithograph | Vintage Geometric Art

Rare Yacov Agam Original Artist Proof Handsigned Geometric Optical Kinetic Art | Op Art | Pop Art 

A few days ago we picked up several pieces of art from a collector at an estate sale. Not looking at names – we grabbed what we visually like. When we were going through the inventory we could not believe our eyes – a hand-signed Yaacov Agam piece! To make sure it was authentic we went to our favorite appraiser who has her post-graduate from Christie’s to confirm. The appraiser states “This is a vintage untitled hand signed Artist's Proof color triptych screenprint, aka serigraph print, by Yaacov Agam (Israeli, born in 1928) that was printed at the French Atelier Arcay.” Looks like almost perfect condition with maybe slight bending in the right-hand corner. Please note this is for the sheet itself it is not framed. A smashing home decor statement or the perfect vintage lover gift. We are ready for the holidays and will ship quick!

DIMENSIONS*
SHEET 22.5ʺW × 0ʺD × 26ʺH (OVERALL)
IMAGE 19.5ʺW × 0ʺD × 21.5ʺH (OVERALL)
*Measurements are in approximate inches & always using the largest point of the object.

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ABOUT VINTAGE ARTWORK
We hand-picked several vintage lithograph prints from an estate sale of an art dealer. Since they are vintage some of the artwork may have some light water stains or sun spots on the paper, but none the image itself. If there is any major flaw we will note it. Please be sure to zoom on the photos to make sure you are happy before you make the purchase. If you need additional pictures or have questions, please feel to message us. We love to help!

ABOUT THE ARTIST
Yaacov Agam (b. 1928) is an Israeli sculptor and experimental artist best known for his contributions to optical and kinetic art. Agam's work is usually abstract, kinetic art, with movement, viewer participation and frequent use of light and sound. Agam is the highest-selling Israeli artist. In a Sotheby's New York auction in November 2009, when his "4 Themes Contrepoint" was sold for $326,500, he said: "This does not amaze me … my prices will go up, in keeping with the history I made in the art world." A year later, his "Growth", an outsize kinetic painting done in oil on a wood panel, which was shown at the 1980 retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum, estimated at $150,000 to $250,000, sold for the record-breaking sum of $698,000. Source: Wikipedia




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