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Mark Francis

(1962 ) - Artworks
FRANCIS Mark Untitled

Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions /Oct 29, 2014
506.01 - 759.01
379.50

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Mark Francis - Untitled

Mark Francis - Untitled

Original 1999
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Lot number: 389
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Mark Francis (b.1962) Untitled screenprint in colours, 1999, signed and dated in pencil, numbered 88/150, on wove paper, with full margins, sheet 660 x 554 mm (26 x 21 ¾ in) Mixed Media: 20th Century Art Thursday 16 July 2015, 10.30am Bloomsbury London Bloomsbury House 24 Maddox Street London W1S 1PP
Mark Francis - Ohne Titel

Mark Francis - Ohne Titel

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Lot number: 704
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Mark Francis 1962 Newtownards, Co. Down (Nordirland) Lebt und arbeitet in LondonUntitled. 1996s.Oil on canvas. Verso of stretcher signed and with double arrow indicating the direction. 305 x 243 cm (120 x 95,6 in). In his paintings Marc Francis explores the network of background, surface and intermediate associations. Similar to a net of cells, structures seem to repeat and combine the various levels with one another. [EH] .PROVENANCE: Maureen Paley/Interim Art, London.Christies London, 10 February, 2005, lot 258.Collection Robert Devereux, London. Mark Francis is representd at, among others:Kerlin Gallery, DublinGalerie Thomas Schulte, BerlinGalerie Edition Copenhagen, CopenhagenMalborough, MonacoTate Britain, LondonIrish Museum of Modern Art - IMMA, DublinCalled up: June 12, 2015 - ca. 17.33 h +/- 20 min.
Mark Francis - Trassey (series) 2

Mark Francis - Trassey (series) 2

Original 1989
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Lot number: 16
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Lot 16: Mark Francis, Oil on Cardboard, Trassey (Series) 2, 1989 Description: Oil on cardboard England, 1989 Mark Francis (b. 1962) - Irish artist, lives and works in London Inscribed label verso on the frame Dimensions: 59.6 x 84 cm Good condition Mark Francis is one of the most important British contemporary artists; the auction record for an oil painting by Mark Francis is set above €78,000 This is the oil on cardboard painting 'Trassey (Series) 2' by the Irish artist Mark Francis (b. 1962). It depicts a semi-abstract landscape in brown and beige hues. It is an early work of the artist. His style has since changed and is now purely abstract. Verso on the frame is an inscribed label. The painting is verso in five points mounted under a mat. In the corners are small losses of material. The sheet shows foxing on the back and here are also studio marks. The cardboard is 59.6 x 84 cm in size and the total dimensions, including the frame, are 72.3 x 95.6 cm. Mark Francis (b. 1962) Mark Francis originally comes from Northern Ireland. He began his artistic education first at St. Martin's School of Art, before changing to Chelsea School of Art where he graduated with a Master````s degree. Francis has participated internationally in group as well as solo exhibitions. As an emerging artist he took part in 1995 at 'The Adventure of Painting' of the Kunstverein Düsseldorf/Stuttgart and at the 'Sensation Young British Artists' der Saatchi Gallery in 1997. His work is characterized by a wet-on-wet technique that is also employed by Gerhard Richter and by his continuous use of grid shapes. Works of his are in the possession of the collections of numerous institutions and organizations, such as the Irish Museum of Modern Art and Tate Gallery. (tm)
Mark Francis - Untitled

Mark Francis - Untitled

Original 2004
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Lot number: 362
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Mark Francis (b.1962) - Untitled (Grey Landscape) monotype in colours, 2004, signed and dated in pencil, numbered 1/1, on wove paper, with full margins, 560 x 755 mm (22 x 29 3/4 in) IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.
Mark Francis - Trassey

Mark Francis - Trassey

Original 1989
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Lot number: 14
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Lot 14: Mark Francis, Oil on Cardboard, Trassey (Series) 2, ´89 Description: Oil on cardboard England, 1989 Mark Francis (b. 1962) - Irish artist, lives and works in London Inscribed label verso on the frame Dimensions: 59.6 x 84 cm Good condition Mark Francis is one of the most important British contemporary artists; the auction record for an oil painting by Mark Francis is set above €78,000 This is the oil on cardboard painting 'Trassey (Series) 2' by the Irish artist Mark Francis (b. 1962). It depicts a semi-abstract landscape in brown and beige hues. It is an early work of the artist. His style has since changed and is now purely abstract. Verso on the frame is an inscribed label. The painting is verso in five points mounted under a mat. In the corners are small losses of material. The sheet shows foxing on the back and here are also studio marks. The cardboard is 59.6 x 84 cm in size and the total dimensions, including the frame, are 72.3 x 95.6 cm. Mark Francis (b. 1962) Mark Francis originally comes from Northern Ireland. He began his artistic education first at St. Martin's School of Art, before changing to Chelsea School of Art where he graduated with a Master````s degree. Francis has participated internationally in group as well as solo exhibitions. As an emerging artist he took part in 1995 at 'The Adventure of Painting' of the Kunstverein Düsseldorf/Stuttgart and at the 'Sensation Young British Artists' der Saatchi Gallery in 1997. His work is characterized by a wet-on-wet technique that is also employed by Gerhard Richter and by his continuous use of grid shapes. Works of his are in the possession of the collections of numerous institutions and organizations, such as the Irish Museum of Modern Art and Tate Gallery. (tm)
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