1970’s truly gorgeous 30’’ wide Austrian original #PopArt still life lithograph on fringed Arches paper after listed artist Karl Korab’s original piece. Korab is most likely the most famous Austrian contemporary artist in the art world. In love with everything here. The technique, the colors, the still life reinterpreted with this PopArt twist . That is a gorgeous & massive piece to frame and hang home. Mint condition (the little wave toi see on the paper will disappear once framed) Handsigned, dated 1971 and numbered 89 / 100. Dimensions: 30’’ x 22,5’’ . A few small darker spots / stains here and there on the subject perimeter but most of them will disappear one inner framed & framed. 175 $ / 150 € FREE ECONOMY SHIPPING Europe & US (Australia, Middle East & Asia: + 10 %). You can zoom into pictures on Instagram with your best two fingers 👏🔍🔎👍 to see more details of the pieces and feel free also to ask for more pics via DM here. We supply both interior decorators and the public alike with hand picked vintage treasures. We are now posting items for sale. We are based in LA, Paris and Berlin. Pieces will be located in one of the 3 locations and shipped from there.Feel free to contact us email@example.com or DM us here, using the arrow here above under the photo and typing theartofobject + message for a quicker contact. #Midcentury#Artprice#Benezit#Abstract#AbstractArt#Cubist#Avantgarde#Constructivist#AbstractPainting#ContemporaryArt#LyricAbstraction#Picasso#Magritte#Miro#Dali#Delaunay#Rotchenko#DeKooning#Rothko#Kandinsky#Klee#Mondrian#Braque#Pollock#Fernand Leger #MarcelDuchamp#PierreSoulages#MarcChagall
The key by Jackson Pollock, 1946, The Art Institute of Chicago. "Abstract painting is abstract. It confronts you. There was a reviewer a while back who wrote that my pictures didn't have any beginning or any end. He didn't mean it as a compliment, but it was." Jackson Pollock (1950)
Noooo!!! Is the weekend over already?! #Repost @noaafisheries (@get_repost)
Alaska Fisheries Science Center researchers are back on St. Paul Island for a second year to track northern fur seals and measure prey availability in the seals feeding area.
This year, state of the art cameras will be mounted to select seals and used to capture high-definition footage of the seals as they hunt for fish.
The team of researchers will also equip satellite tags to female fur seals to track their movements and a Saildrone will be used to measure walleye pollock abundance and distribution in the fur seal feeding area.
By linking the video data with the Saildrones echo-sounder data we can determine if feeding rates vary relative to the amount of fish that’s available. We’ll also be able to estimate foraging success based on the amount of effort a fur seal expends during each trip in relation to the amount of food consumed.
Read more here: https://www.afsc.noaa.gov/Science_blog/FurSeal_2017_main.htm
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