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Alan Doyle : Henry Boxer Gallery - Modern-British Artist

Alan Doyle biography and images of available artwork

aperfectcommotion:    Emma  Hauck, letter written to her husband while she was in a psychiatric hospitalfrom the Prinzhorn Collection  (arsvitaest)

Letters written from an insane asylum, by Emma Hauck to her husband, in Filling the paper are the words: "herzensschatzi komm" (sweetheart come) or simply "komm komm komm" written over and over. The letters were never sent.

Emma Hauck. Untitled (Letter to Husband), 1909, pencil on paper, 6.4 x 4.2 ins., 16.3 x 10.6 cm, Inv. 3621, courtesy of the Prinzhorn Collection Centre of the Psychiatric Hospital of the University of Heidelberg

Untitled (Letter to Husband), pencil on paper, x ins., x cm, Inv. courtesy of the Prinzhorn Collection Centre of the Psychiatric Hospital of the University of Heidelberg

David Abisror: Henry Boxer Gallery

David Abisror biography and images of available artwork.

Outsider art and why the mainstream always wants a piece of it

Outsider art and why the mainstream always wants a piece of it

With seven shows and a major conference in Melbourne, self-taught artists are in the spotlight again. So why is ‘outsider art’ still a label overwhelmingly used by art world insiders?

Rosemary Carson : Henry Boxer Gallery

Rosemary Carson biography and images of available artwork

George Widener

George Widener’s 2010 ballpoint pen and pencil drawing Blue Monday (Reversal), which catalogs a series of dates that will fall on a Monday.

Alan Doyle

Alan Doyle biography and images of available artwork

She Wasn’t Alone for Long She Wasn't Alone for Long Collaborative trace monoprint and screenprint created by arists Juan Pierri and Guadalupe Carbajal. The background image, rendered in hazy monochromatic tones, were generated by Carbajal's drawings; text was redrawn by Pierri. http://www.finelifeart.com/she-wasnt-alone-for-long/

She Wasn't Alone for Long Collaborative trace monoprint and screenprint created by arists Juan Pierri and Guadalupe Carbajal. The background image, rendered in

Thom Faulders, Cluster Diagram, 2001; graphite and gesso on paper; 14 x 17 in. (35.56 x 43.18 cm); Collection SFMOMA | presents “Field Conditions”

Gallery of SFMoMA presents "Field Conditions" - 5

SFMoMA presents "Field Conditions",Thom Faulders, Cluster Diagram, graphite and gesso on paper;

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