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Armando | werken in carborundum. Carborundum is na diamant de hardste stof en wordt in grafische ateliers gebruikt om lithostenen te greinen, dat wil zeggen ruw te maken. Ergens in de experimentele zeventiger jaren besluit iemand in Parijs om dit materiaal op plexiglas aan te brengen -  aanvankelijk met vuur, later met lijm - en met deze plaat te drukken op dik handgeschept papier. De carborundum-techniek is geboren. Juist omdat Armando in zijn doeken met veel structuur en reliëf schildert sluit deze techniek perfect aan op zijn sc... More
Zonder Titel II schwarz

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Armando | werken in carborundum. Carborundum is na diamant de hardste stof en wordt in grafische ateliers gebruikt om lithostenen te greinen, dat wil zeggen ruw te maken. Ergens in de experimentele zeventiger jaren besluit iemand in Parijs om dit materiaal op plexiglas aan te brengen -  aanvankelijk met vuur, later met lijm - en met deze plaat te drukken op dik handgeschept papier. De carborundum-techniek is geboren. Juist omdat Armando in zijn doeken met veel structuur en reliëf schildert sluit deze techniek perfect aan op zijn sc... More
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Armando | werken in carborundum. Carborundum is na diamant de hardste stof en wordt in grafische ateliers gebruikt om lithostenen te greinen, dat wil zeggen ruw te maken. Ergens in de experimentele zeventiger jaren besluit iemand in Parijs om dit materiaal op plexiglas aan te brengen -  aanvankelijk met vuur, later met lijm - en met deze plaat te drukken op dik handgeschept papier. De carborundum-techniek is geboren. Juist omdat Armando in zijn doeken met veel structuur en reliëf schildert sluit deze techniek perfect aan op zijn sc... More
Blume (blau)

Blume (Rot) (sold out)

Armando | werken in carborundum. Carborundum is na diamant de hardste stof en wordt in grafische ateliers gebruikt om lithostenen te greinen, dat wil zeggen ruw te maken. Ergens in de experimentele zeventiger jaren besluit iemand in Parijs om dit materiaal op plexiglas aan te brengen -  aanvankelijk met vuur, later met lijm - en met deze plaat te drukken op dik handgeschept papier. De carborundum-techniek is geboren. Juist omdat Armando in zijn doeken met veel structuur en reliëf schildert sluit deze techniek perfect aan op zijn sc... More
Blume (Rot) (sold out)

Zonder Titel I (red)

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Zonder Titel II (blau)

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Vier rote Blätter (sold out)

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Flugel (mauve)

Flugel (orange)

Flugel (orange)

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Blume (violet)

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Blume (mauve)

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Blätter (grün)

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Blatt (braun)

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Zonder Titel I (rot)

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Landschaft (blau)

Die Hand

Die Hand

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Hand (rot)

Hand

Hand

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Untitled I (blau)

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Untitled II (rot)

Wasser I

Carborundum Carborundum is one of the hardest materials after diamonds. This compound is commonly used by printmakers to grind down lithographic stones. Somewhere in Paris, around the seventies someone decided to experiment with this material. It was added to Plexiglas, first with fire and then with glue, and created a paste-like material which was used to shape wanted designs on plates. Handmade paper was then pressed against the inked plate, and as a result the carborundum technique was born. This particular technique fitted perfectly w... More
Wasser I

Wasser II

Carborundum Carborundum is one of the hardest materials after diamonds. This compound is commonly used by printmakers to grind down lithographic stones. Somewhere in Paris, around the seventies someone decided to experiment with this material. It was added to Plexiglas, first with fire and then with glue, and created a paste-like material which was used to shape wanted designs on plates. Handmade paper was then pressed against the inked plate, and as a result the carborundum technique was born. This particular technique fitted perfectly w... More
Wasser II

Kopf (schwarz)

Carborundum Carborundum is one of the hardest materials after diamonds. This compound is commonly used by printmakers to grind down lithographic stones. Somewhere in Paris, around the seventies someone decided to experiment with this material. It was added to Plexiglas, first with fire and then with glue, and created a paste-like material which was used to shape wanted designs on plates. Handmade paper was then pressed against the inked plate, and as a result the carborundum technique was born. This particular technique fitted perfectly w... More
Kopf (schwarz)

Kopf (rot)

Carborundum Carborundum is one of the hardest materials after diamonds. This compound is commonly used by printmakers to grind down lithographic stones. Somewhere in Paris, around the seventies someone decided to experiment with this material. It was added to Plexiglas, first with fire and then with glue, and created a paste-like material which was used to shape wanted designs on plates. Handmade paper was then pressed against the inked plate, and as a result the carborundum technique was born. This particular technique fitted perfectly w... More
Kopf (rot)

Gestalt

Carborundum Carborundum is one of the hardest materials after diamonds. This compound is commonly used by printmakers to grind down lithographic stones. Somewhere in Paris, around the seventies someone decided to experiment with this material. It was added to Plexiglas, first with fire and then with glue, and created a paste-like material which was used to shape wanted designs on plates. Handmade paper was then pressed against the inked plate, and as a result the carborundum technique was born. This particular technique fitted perfectly w... More
Gestalt

Fahne

Carborundum Carborundum is one of the hardest materials after diamonds. This compound is commonly used by printmakers to grind down lithographic stones. Somewhere in Paris, around the seventies someone decided to experiment with this material. It was added to Plexiglas, first with fire and then with glue, and created a paste-like material which was used to shape wanted designs on plates. Handmade paper was then pressed against the inked plate, and as a result the carborundum technique was born. This particular technique fitted perfectly w... More
Fahne

Rad

Carborundum Carborundum is one of the hardest materials after diamonds. This compound is commonly used by printmakers to grind down lithographic stones. Somewhere in Paris, around the seventies someone decided to experiment with this material. It was added to Plexiglas, first with fire and then with glue, and created a paste-like material which was used to shape wanted designs on plates. Handmade paper was then pressed against the inked plate, and as a result the carborundum technique was born. This particular technique fitted perfectly w... More
Rad

Leiter

Carborundum Carborundum is one of the hardest materials after diamonds. This compound is commonly used by printmakers to grind down lithographic stones. Somewhere in Paris, around the seventies someone decided to experiment with this material. It was added to Plexiglas, first with fire and then with glue, and created a paste-like material which was used to shape wanted designs on plates. Handmade paper was then pressed against the inked plate, and as a result the carborundum technique was born. This particular technique fitted perfectly w... More
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Untitled II

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Untitled I

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Innenstadt (rot) (uitverkocht)

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Der Bogen

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Innenstadt (schwarz)

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Bäume

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Schwarz

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Das Tor

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Blaues Bild

Rotes Bild (sold out)

Rotes Bild (sold out)