1970sart

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》Current obsession.

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Still indulging our mini-obsession for artist ivorabrahams’ images of britishgardens of 1970. Had to post this one as it’s rather different from the others we’ve seen: it looks like the lurid colours he used have been manipulated and exaggerated more than usual to sinister effect. Are the groundcoverplants bleeding? And is the lawn needlessly illuminated by harsh outdoorlighting? gothicvibes creepysuburbia surrealism 1970sart sundial neoclassicalgarden artificiallight popart britishart 20thcenturyartists jacobsongallery surreopop

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Every Which Way / I Am Loved / Without Relish But With Gusto, Elizabeth Layton (1977). 🔮 "People see you on the street and they're used to you being thin, and one woman came up behind me and said, ‘You’re too fat!’ and I came home weeping. It really gets to youbut this drawing is just watering the flowersI missed the flowers."

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Another ivorabrahams screenprint - this one’s called Privacy Plot: Cottage and Garden - published in 1970 by jacobsongallery in london. It was part of a series highlighting the stylisation of nature in britishgardens. The print seems to fuse the nostalgic look of an old-fashioned colourtinted photograph from the 1930s with deliberately garish hues reflecting the new, knowing 1970s craze for kitsch that kicked off around 1970. suburbia horticulture 1970sart homesandgardens clippedhedges hazymemories gardening britishartists 20thcenturybritishart printmaking

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An Englishman’s home is his castle? We’ve recently discovered the witty, pop portrayals of britishgardens by ivorabrahams which were published by londongallery bernardjacobson. This one is called Privacy Plot - Hedge and Street of 1970, one of a series of screenprints depicting British gardens whose lurid colours highlight their artificiality and ordering of nature (rather than any pastoral qualities). Here some grandiose topiary evoking a statelyhome contrasts with ordinary suburbanhouses in the background. Abrahams, who originally studied sculpture under anthonycaro at saintmartinsschoolofart, drew on imagery from popular gardeningmagazines for this series. suburbia sculptingnature 1970sart popprints landscape streetscape emeraldgreen

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Check out this ahhhhmazing insane custom 3d light up painting I found at an estate sale! There was a matching non-functional one in the basement too! Who wants this special gem of art? estatesalefinds outdatedart 1970sart badart

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Who wants to adopt this adorable, kitschycute pup? He’ll be available this Thursday, March 7th, when I’ll be posting items for my portion of the big Instagram Sellers’ Network (ISN) March sale! Let me know if you want a tag! There are two hashtags to follow: isnccvhmarch for tons of sale items from 45+ vintage sellers + jennywrensale for items from my page that are for sale! 🌸☘️🌼 kchin vintagepuppy vintagedog vintagedogs vintageart vintageartwork vintageprint vintageprints vintagehomedecor vintagedecor vintageforkids kidsvintage vintagegoods vintageadvertising vintageadvertisement vintageillustration vintageillustrations vintagegraphics vintagegraphicdesign kitschy kitsch vintagekitsch 1970s 1970sart flowerpower flowerpower🌸

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SOLD. Large 1970s Turner wall art print. “Oak Branches”. 37.5” x 37.5”. $155. The Turner Manufacturing Company, based in Chicago, was one of the largest manufacturers of decorative wall art in the U. S. from the 1950s to the 1970s. They produced the cool op art mirrors in the 1970s. Would love to get a full history on this company. Lots of stories on the internet. One version says the company grew out of a framing business founded by a Russian immigrant in the late 1800s who changed his name from Tarkovsky to Turner vaniermoderns 1970sart ottawadecorator oakart treestuff dendritic branch

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🖼🎨 Untitled (1976) by Zdzislaw Beksinski ➖➖➖

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So brutal. See what we did there? BRUTALIST 1970s ART was £28, now just £18. This is a heavy piece of large brutalist concrete and ceramic wall art from the 1970s. It is glazed and has orange and yellow flowers all over. The chain is black metal. Will look cool and retro on any wall or propped up on a shelf or sideboard. 12.5in x 5.5in / 32cm x 13.5cm Brutalist art 1970s brutalism concrete ceramic wallart 1970sart glazed orangeandyellow flowershapes blackmetal retrocool retrohomewares vintagesideboard vintagehomewares shopvintage retro sustainablehome sustainability green carbonneutral supportavintagedealer vintageshop vintageshopping eco ecofriendly ecofashion smallbusinesssupporter

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From the series "Hairstyles": "HD-557/74 (Beri Beri); HD-176/70 (Fro Fro); HD-14-69 (Pineapple); HD-849/75 (Abebe)". (1969-1975). J.D. 'Okhai Ojeikere. vamuseum From vamuseum Nigerian photographer J.D. 'Okhai Ojeikere (1930-2014) is best known for his photographs documenting a range of traditional and modern hairstyles worn by Nigerian women. He began the series in 1968 while travelling across the country with the Nigerian Arts Council, which was established to promote national culture following Nigerian independence from British colonial rule in 1960 jdokhaiojeikere hairstyles beriberi frofro pineapple abebe nigeria nigerianartscouncil 1960sart 1970sart documentarianart colonialism women art photography blackandwhite victoriaandalbert vanda london

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Please excuse the reflection in the glass. I think I need to take a photography class. Anyway, here’s a little more sunshine☀️to brighten this day. This is a Lowell Herrero framed poster from 1976 titled “San Francisco”. The colors are the BEST🙌 There is some minor spotting on the poster, but its barely noticeable, and the glass has a small damaged spot on it. Overall in good shape, and really groovy 31x25 $50 groovyart lowellherrero vintageart vintageartwork 1970sart 1970s 1976 bohostyle boho bohoart bohodecor bohostyle denton dentontx dallas dallastx dallastexas ftworth dentonite shoplocaldentontx shoplocaldallas 1970sposter sanfrancisco vintagesanfrancisco sanfranciscoart

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Space-hopping Tony Manero on handmade, handbound A5 booklet.

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I bought a cute little framed piece of art from 1978 at an antique store while day-off junkin’ with my fella. ‘Raccoon’s Balloon Escape’ by an artist named Edward Lupper. How whimsically perfect is this?! It makes me think of Wes Anderson movies and 1970s ’s book illustrations and escaping. Oh, to escape for a while would be grand. someart littleartpiece Edwardlupper 1970sart trashpandas raccoons escape

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Part of another 1970s documentaryphotography project - recording everyday life at chiswickwomensaid in london, the world’s first womensrefuge which gave shelter to victims of domestic abuse. The photos in the series - now on show at birmingham_mag in the exhibition womenpowerprotest - were taken by christinevoge. In this image with a rather classicalcomposition, it’s erinpizzey, the refuge’s founder, who stands in the centre, dressed like a hippiemessiah in her poncho, apparently fearless and determined. The refuge could officially accommodate 36 but at one point 120 women and lived there. 1970shistory feministart womensmovement womensliberation 1970sart

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1970s armyrecruitmentposter feebly aiming to dispel the idea that a good soldier - and inevitably a well-endowed male one at that - is one who can’t think. It’s part of artist margaretharrison’s large piece Rape of 1978 now on show at the birmingham_mag exhibition womenpowerprotest. Harrison founded the londonwomensliberationartgroup in 1971, and produced socialist and feministart in the 1970s (and beyond). In 1971 her onewoman show in london was closed down after the police objected to such representations of men as hughhefner dressed as a playboybunnygirl. ‘The police were reacting as males to the notion that there were other manifestations of sexuality than the strictly heterosexual variety and that was threatening,’ Harrison has said. 1970sart womensartcollective herstory secondwavefeminism collage 70sadvertising britishart 20thcenturyart

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SEISMIC WALL VIBES: 50% Off this Large Abstract Acrylic on Canvas Painting by STEPHEN KAYE. Late 1970s to early 80s. Mounted in a Custom Chrome Frame. 152 cm wide by 122.7 cm tall. DIRECT MESSAGE FOR PRICE. shephenkaye wallvibes seismic art artcollector artgallery torontogallery torontogallery canadianart canadianartist quebecart paintingsforsale artforsale abstractart 1970sart artrental interiordesign decor decorating interiordecorating cdmx pinturas eraantiques torontointeriordesign torontoantiques torontovintage torontovintagestores shoptoronto torontoartsale parkdalegallery

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You might say I have a thing for ferns, yes.🌿

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Continuing our botanical theme with this 1970s wire gardener sculpture. It won’t be long before the first signs of spring! Honestly! This guy is about 8” high. $55. DM or email to purchase. Vaniermoderns gmail.com. On display at VM’s gallery/showroom above our restoration workshop at 78-5450 Canotek Road. Open Saturday and Sunday 12-5. Watch for our logo on the chain link fence just before you get to 5450. vaniermoderns vintagemetalart wiresculptures weldedart 1970sart gardenersworld waitingforspring gardentools toolsofthetrade vintagehandmade

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MULTIMEDIA PAPARAZZI SELF-PORTRAITS BY MILLER RINGMA HOPPE, 1978-79. "Bettie and Bella Abzug," oil on canvas. Bettie Ringma, Marc H Miller; painting by Curt Hoppe. Its been almost a year since Bettie died. I'm heading out to Barcelona next month to retrieve this painting and some of the other art we created together back in the late 1970's. Being in a collaboration with two men was always a bit of a struggle for Bettie. She really fought to get this Paparazzi Self-Portrait of her with Congresswoman Bella Abzug made into a painting. Surprised to see that Paul Tschinkel's videotape documenting the signing of the painting is label "Mature." Its definitely amusing to watch: https:vimeo.com/3098116 BellaAbzug WomenInPolitics BettieRingma CurtHoppe MarcHMiller PunkArt 1970sArt ConceptualArt PhotoRealism ConceptualPhotography PerformanceArt PaparazziSelfPortraits Selfies CurtHoppe

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“Classically female, the woman on the Temperance card is mixing a subtle blend of energies for the evolution of the personality. The soul volunteers the ego for a cleansing and healing experience which may turn the personality inside-out, but which brings out the gold hidden within the heart.” • (Temperance Card from Aquarian Tarot Deck; Artwork by David Palladini) ••• tarot artdeco davidpalladini temperancecard art 1970sart vintagetarot tarotdeck tarotcard aquariantarotdeck aquariantarot tarotart

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Easily one of the most famous and prolific artists of St. Louis, German born Siegfried Reinhardt taught at Washington University from 1955-1970 and was heavily involved in the St.Louis artist guild and art scene. He would die of an apparent heart attack at only age 59, on October 24, 1984. Several of his original works have sold for north of $25,000 This unique piece from 1970 is available for bid at our upcoming auction on February 24, 2019 stlouisartist stlartist stlmo siegfriedreinhardt washingtonuniversityinstlouis washingtonuniversityart 1970sart 1970s stlauction thebrassalligator retroart 70sart thejacksonroom jacksonroomauction auctionhouse bid stannmo claytonmo brassalligator abstractartwork monochromaticart framedart stlantiques stldesigners stlouisdesigner stlsmallbusiness

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🌈✨🔮⛵️🦋🍹VISIONA 2 🎭🏜🖲🧬 designed by Verner Panton, 1970 🚀🌠🎆🚨🎏🍇

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🌈🦋she left her heart on the sunset strip!🦋🌈 thanks so so so much to 1970sway for this fantastic drawing of me 😭😭💕💕 you truly are the sweetest! All of her art is amazing y’all should definitely check it out ☺️☺️☺️ 1970s 1970sart art psychedelicart

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