Arman sculptures, prints, paintings, and art
Untitled, 1997 Arman Original Unique Arman ArtworkREQUEST PRICE/SUBMIT BEST OFFERW-6047
Venus de Milo, 2001 Arman Original signed iron sculpture for saleREQUEST PRICE/SUBMIT BEST OFFERW-6023
Statue of Liberty Arman Cast bronze sculpture with green oxidized patinaREQUEST PRICE/SUBMIT BEST OFFERW-5705
Rondelle de Belle (Slice of Beauty), 1994 Arman Terracotta sculpture with glazeREQUEST PRICE/SUBMIT BEST OFFERItem # 5704
Color Strokes, 1991 Fernandez Arman Acrylic Sculpture$14,000.00W-5604
Chorus, 1983 Arman Cast Bronze Sculpture with Gold PatinaREQUEST PRICE/SUBMIT BEST OFFERW-5531
Standing in bronze figure (Spliced Venus), C. 1990 Arman Cast Bronze Sculpture with Brown Patina$15,000.00W-5520
La Fenice III (The Phoenix III), 2004 Arman Cast Bronze Sculpture with Brown Patina and Gold PatinaREQUEST PRICE/SUBMIT BEST OFFERW-5519
Untitled, 2003 Arman Hand Signed Acrylic MultipleREQUEST PRICE/SUBMIT BEST OFFERItem # 5254
Painted Violin and Case Arman Hand-painted violin and caseREQUEST PRICE/SUBMIT BEST OFFERItem # 5231
Ali Baba, 2005 Arman Hand Signed Wood &amp; Iron SculptureREQUEST PRICE/SUBMIT BEST OFFERItem # 2785
Slices of Liberty, 1985 ArmanREQUEST PRICE/SUBMIT BEST OFFERItem # 5217
Untitled (Burnt violin with bow), 2004 ArmanSOLDItem # 5216
Double Châssis, 1994 Arman Bronze SculptureREQUEST PRICE/SUBMIT BEST OFFERItem # 2229
Untitled (Saxophone), 1984 ArmanREQUEST PRICE/SUBMIT BEST OFFERItem # 5050
Komposition Med Penslar, 1992 Arman Hand Signed Monotype SilkscreenSOLDItem # 3147
Untitled (Violon Brule I), 2004 Arman Cast bronze sculpture with black and brown patinaREQUEST PRICE/SUBMIT BEST OFFERItem # 5215
Violon Spirale, 2001-2002 Arman Etched Bronze SculptureREQUEST PRICE/SUBMIT BEST OFFERItem # 4935
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Bronze sculptures, hand-knotted tapestries, color screenprints, and creative paintings
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Armand Fernandez was a French born sculptor who settled in New York in 1963 and became an American citizen in 1972. Born in Nice in 1928, he learned oil painting and photography from his father, an antiques dealer. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in philosophy and mathematics in 1946, Arman began studying at the École Nationale des Arts Décoratifs in Nice. He also started judo at a police school in Nice where he began lifelong friendships with Yves Klein and Claude Pascal. Completing his studies in 1949, Arman enrolled as a student at the École du Louvre in Paris, where he concentrated on the study of archaeology and oriental art.
Such vast interests likely influenced his artistic style that focused around the accumulation of vast quantities of the same objects. In 1957 he decided to be known by his first name only, and the form ‘Arman’ was adopted in 1958 as the result of a printer’s error on the cover of a catalogue. In the early 1960s Arman gained a reputation as one of the leading exponents of Nouveau Réalisme and he is best known for his assemblages of junk material.
In 1961, Arman made his debut in the United States, and during this period, he explored creation via destruction. The “Coupes” and the “Colères” featured sliced, burned, or smashed objects arranged on canvas, often using objects with a strong “identity” such as musical instruments (mainly violins and saxophones) or bronze statues. Arman passed away in 2005 leaving an incredibly accomplished list of accumulations.
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