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Bundle- 2 Assorted Tom Wesselmann Serigraphs

This is a bundled assortment of 2 Serigraphs by Tom Wesselmann. The normal combined retail value for this bundle is $600. Each piece is described as follows:
Tom Wesselmann - Seascape - 1991 Serigraph 18.5" x 35.75"
Unsigned Serigraph
Paper Size: 18.5 x 35.75 inches (46.99 x 90.805cm )
Condition: A: Mint
Additional Details: "Seascape" is a serigraph created by Tom Wesselmann specifically for Art Miami in January 1991. This piece reflects WesselmannÕs exploration of natural themes, integrating his distinct Pop Art style into a representation of a serene seascape. The artwork captures the essence of WesselmannÕs ability to combine bold colors and simplified forms with the natural world, creating a unique and vibrant composition.
"Seascape" diverges from WesselmannÕs more commonly known themes of female nudes and domestic interiors, focusing instead on the beauty of nature. The artwork captures a tranquil seascape, with elements of waves, the horizon, and natural forms simplified into flat areas of color. This work exemplifies WesselmannÕs ability to convey depth and movement with minimalistic elements and a vibrant palette .
Tom Wesselmann - Monica, The 23rd New York Film Festival - 1985 Serigraph 39" x 37"
Unsigned Serigraph
Paper Size: 39 x 37 inches (99.06 x 93.98cm )
Condition: A: Mint
Additional Details: "Monica, 23rd New York Film Festival" is a serigraph created by Tom Wesselmann for the 23rd New York Film Festival, held in 1985 at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. This piece is a vivid example of Wesselmann's style, blending Pop Art aesthetics with a sophisticated and modern approach to traditional subject matter.
The New York Film Festival is a prestigious annual event that showcases a wide range of films from around the world. In 1985, Tom Wesselmann was commissioned to create a poster for the festival, reflecting the intersection of fine art and film culture. The poster not only served as promotional material but also as a collectible artwork in its own right, highlighting the festival's commitment to the arts beyond cinema.