Man Ray

// Print from Man Ray’s portfolio ’Electro-magie’, limited edition etching from Paris, dated 1976

Léon Spilliaert - Solitude, 1909  Indian ink, watercolour and crayon on paper  Offa Gallery, Belgium

Léon Spilliaert - Solitude, 1909 Indian ink, watercolour and crayon on paper Offa Gallery, Belgium

Andy Warhol drawing from the 1950s

Unseen Warhol drawings have given fans 'the history we always wanted'

Unseen Warhol drawings have given fans 'the history we always wanted' - Telegraph

Nasreen Mohamedi

Just discovered a great but lesser known artist—Nasreen Mohamedi. The obvious precursor for a drawing like this one is Agnes Martin, but in feel it recalls Gego.

Paul Neagu

Geta Bratescu and Paul Neagu at Barbara Weiss (Contemporary Art Daily)

Andy Warhol (American, 1928-1987). Dance Diagram [3] ["The Lindy Tuck-In Turn-Man"], 1962. Casein on linen. 69 3/4 x 54 in. (177.2 x 137.2 cm). © 2008 Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts / ARS, New York.

Andy Warhol (American, Dance Diagram ["The Lindy Tuck-In Turn-Man"], Casein on linen. 69 x 54 in. & 2008 Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts / ARS, New York.

Sketch from Tsiolkovsky’s 1933 essay “Album of Space Travel.” Drawing of people and objects floating around weightless.

Another from Konstantin Tsiolkovsky’s 1933 paper “Album of Space Travel”, a drawing of people floating in weightlessness.

Channa Horwitz, Language Series III, Gouache on Paper, 14 x 16", 1964

CHANNA HORWITZ - contemporary artist - Her visually complex, systematic works are generally structured around linear progressions using the number eight. geometric - orange - black - art "Orange Grid", François Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Nasreen Mohamedi

Just discovered a great but lesser known artist—Nasreen Mohamedi. The obvious precursor for a drawing like this one is Agnes Martin, but in feel it recalls Gego.

Richard Artschwager, Untitled (Triangle, Skewed), 2002  charcoal on paper  25 x 20 inches

Richard Artschwager, Untitled (Triangle, Skewed), 2002 charcoal on paper 25 x 20 inches

William Anastasi, ‘Subway Drawing (V. Dwan)’ (1968)    Riding the subway with a piece of paper lying in his lap, Anastasi would hold a pencil lightly, allowing the vibrations of the train to move it across the paper. He would often sign the image with the name of the person he was travelling to see.

William Anastasi, ‘Subway Drawing (V. Dwan)’ Riding the subway with a piece of paper lying in his lap, Anastasi would hold a pencil lightly, allowing

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