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Jan Schoonhoven | 'Relief', cardboard and painted artist’s frame

inspirationsfragmentees: “ JAN SCHOONHOVEN Relief, 1964 Cardboard and painted artist’s frame 20 ¾ x 11 ½ inches x cm 23 x 13 ¾ x 1 ¼ inches (framed) x x cm © 2016 Jan J.

Jan Schoonhoven, untitled, 1965, corrugated cardboard relief on board

Jan Schoonhoven, untitled, corrugated cardboard relief on board

Lawrence Carroll, Ohne Titel (calendar yellow #4) /  Untitled (calendar yellow #4)

Galerie Karsten Greve is an art gallery for post-war and contemporary art with spaces in Cologne, St.Moritz and Paris founded by the art dealer and gallery owner Karsten Greve.

Jan J. Schoonhoven, Relief

Title: Relief signed twice, titled, numbered and dated twice 'J.J Schoonhoven 1971 - ' (on the reverse) Media: painted cardboard relief Size: 43 x 33 x Executed in 1971

Untitled (05-2011), Chad Schonten

Untitled (05-2011)

Jan Schoonhoven

yama-bato: “ Jan Schoonhoven b. 1914 - d. 1994 1991 Latex paint, paper, and cardboard 23 x 17 x 1 ½ inches 60 x 45 x cm © 2016 Jan J. Schoonhoven/Artists Rights Society (ARS),.

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Serialised Reliefs by Jan Schoonhoven (1950’s – 1990’s)

"Korean artist Jiyen Lee has created a series of hypnotizing digital collages that present people going up and down stairs, as seen from a bird's eye vie" via My Modern Metropolis

Mesmerizing Digital Collages of People Climbing Stairs

euliss: “ Jan Schoonhoven » David Zwirner ”

1965 - Schoonhoven, Jan - Thin Ridge Cardboard – Second One, - Painted cardboard relief on board in artist’s frame 28 x 22 x 2 inches x 56 x 6 cm) framed

Jan Schoonhoven - Relief, 1966, painted relief

Creation Date: Medium: painted relief; Dimensions: 88 X 63 cm.

just another masterpiece: Lawrence Carroll.

Lawrence Carroll - Calendar Painting ' light brown-rose' (Paintings) h: 31 x w: x d: cm / h: x w: x d: 1 in

Robert Rauschenberg, Erased de Kooning Drawing, 1953 --"When he finished his erasure, some folks accused him of vandalizing a de Kooning, saying he destroyed art. It wasn't vandalism, he tells the interviewer. Then what was it? "Poetry," he says."

Two Ways To Think About Nothing

Robert Rauschenberg, Erased de Kooning Drawing, Traces of drawing media on paper with label and gilded frame, 25 ¼ x 21 ¾ x ½ inches. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

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