Tag Archives: Richard Pettibone
Richard Pettibone is an inventive artist who helped establish the conceptual art movement known as “Appropriation”.
While creating Pop-style sculptures with his skills as a miniature enthusiast, Pettibone took on the idea of creating small paintings and sculptures based on the images he saw in art publications such as Art in America.
Artists like Warhol, Lichtenstein, and …Continue Reading >> February 22, 2012
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We are back from break and ready to pull together the last consignments for the March 6, 2011 Modern Art & Design auction. Even though the office was closed for the holiday, Peter and Shannon did not stop working.
We were welcomed by four pristine Richard Pettibone silkscreens on canvas of Jackie Kennedy, each to be individually offered in the March 6, 2011 auction. The …Continue Reading >> January 4, 2011
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