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Galerie Jeanne

Prannerstraße 5, 80333 München
Germany
Telephone +49 89 297570, +49 179 5233905
Fax +49 89 25540843
info@galeriejeanne.com

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Jacqueline Hoffman

Prannerstrasse 5
(Rückseite Hotel „Bayerischer Hof“)
D - 80333 München

Phone
0179-52 33905

Email
info@galeriejeanne.com

Hoffman Fine Art & Photography LLC Jacqueline Hoffman

Presidential Heights II

240, calle cuervo
San Clemente, 92672 California, United States of America

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Category: Contemporary Art

JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT (1960 – 1988)

Jean-Michel Basquiat
‘Wolf Sausage’

silk screen on Somerset Satin
1982 / 83-2019
Edition 34/50
56 x 76 cm / framed approx. 100 x 120 cm
Numbered and signed on the reverse by Lisane Basquiat and Jeanine Herivaux

Jean-Michel Basquiat’s works, which, due to their artistic immediacy, take place directly on the image carrier, are assigned to Neo-Expressionism through this way of working. They contain everything that Basquiat found in daily life and that he could quote in his works. We find signs, words, numbers, symbols, sketches, logos, map fragments and pictograms or – as the artist Basquiat himself always emphasized – “facts”!

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Category: Contemporary Art

JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT (1960 – 1988)

Jean-Michel Basquiat
‘Undiscovered Genius'

Silk screen on Somerset Satin
1982 / 83-2019
Edition 34/50
56 x 76 cm / framed approx. 100 x 120 cm
Numbered and signed on the reverse by Lisane Basquiat and Jeanine Herivaux



Jean-Michel Basquiat himself felt like „part of graffiti art“

 
The attempt to classify him as a „graffiti artist“ was not enough. Jean-Michel Basquiat himself felt himself to be “part of graffiti art”, which was typical of his time. The artist Basquiat’s self-image was not that of a painter, he saw himself as a “writer” and his works as notes of what he himself experienced, found and processed or of what was questioned. The art historiography of the eighties understood his art as graffiti art or neo-expressionism, which looks past the strongly content-bound and very meaningful, almost speaking works of the artist.

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Category: Contemporary Art

ANDY WARHOL (1928 – 1987)

Andy Warhol
Neuschwanstein‘
Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria
 
Silk screen on board
1987
size 85 x 60 cm/ framed approx. 115 x 90 cm
Edition 100
signed and numbered
with estate stamp on the reverse
Schellman II.B.372


The works of Andy Warhol can be found in important international museums and private collections:

2020 „Andy Warhol Now“ traveling exhibition – Cologne Museum Ludwig, London Tate Modern, Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto and Aspen Art Museum in Colorado.
The exhibition „Andy Warhol – Pop Art Identities“ in the large exhibition and event hall of a former Dresden factory ends on June 12, 2022

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Category: Contemporary Art

ANDY WARHOL (1928 – 1987)

ANDY WARHOL
Mick Jagger

Silk screen on Arches Aquarelle watercolour paper
1975
110.5 x 73.7 cm (43.5 x 29 in)
Edition of 250
Co-Signed by Mick Jagger
Signed and numbered
FS II.142


Andy Warhol (1928-1987) is the most important representative and co-founder of the international pop art movement and one of the most important artists of the 20th century. His New York studio and the legendary factory have cult status.

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Category: Contemporary Art

JOAN MIRÓ (1893 - 1983)

JOAN MIRÓ
‚Oda à Joan Miro‘

Lithograph in colours on Guarro paper
1973
40 9/10 × 30 3/10 in
104 × 77 cm
Edition of 75
signed and numbered



As an artist of Classical Modernism, Joan Miró was among the first to move away from representationalism
 
In his motifs, the imagination seems to triumph and symbols such as stars, moon, bird, number or woman are gaining in importance; they are simplified to symbolic elements and thereby acquire a magical, speaking character.

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Category: Classic Modern

Marino Marini (1901-1980)

Marino Marini
‚Shakespeare II’

aquatint etching on handmade paper
1978
editon 75 + Roman numerals 50
sheet scale 76 x 56 cm
signed and numbered
Guastalla A 211


The Italian artist Marino Marini was a painter, sculptor and graphic artist.

Marini was focused exclusively on the themes of „horses and riders“ and the „female nude“. In addition to his paintings and sculptures the artist created color-intensive lithographs in series.

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Category: Contemporary Art

Tom Wesselmann (*1931-2004)

Tom Wesselmann
‘Monica Sitting’

Enamel on Steel cut
1987
25 x 29 inches/ 63,5 x 74 cm
edition 25
Signed, dated, numbered on the reverse



Tom Wesselmann (*1931-2004)

The American painter, graphic artist and object artist Tom Wesselmann is one of the most important American Pop Art artists of the 1960s.

 Tom Wesselmann’s works of art have significantly influenced the style of „Pop Art“ in the art of the last century
 

The artist is named in art history as one of the legendary founding fathers of this style. The Pop Art artist has had a formative influence on his generation and on contemporary art, just like his artist colleagues Andy Warhol (1928-1987), Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008) and Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997). exercised overall.

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Category: Contemporary Art

Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997)

ROY LICHTENSTEIN
ShipboardGirl’

Lithograph, screen print on paper
1965
pressure size 66 x 48,5 cm/ sheet size 69 x 51,5 cm
unknown edition
published by Leo Castelli, NY
Freshly colored print in perfect condition !
Signed lower right
Corlett II.6



Roy Lichtenstein (born 1923 in Manhatten – 1997) was the leading Pop Art-Artist in the second half of the 20th century
 
The American painter and graphic artist Roy Lichtenstein based his works on the visual language of his time: 
which became more emblematic and colorful through advertising that was becoming more conspicuous in everyday life and the popular comic culture.

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About us

Gallery profile

GALLERY JEANNE
„Graphik & Dessins“ – in Munich since 1982


GALERIE JEANNE was founded 40 years ago in the center of Munich's old town at the passage to the "Komödie im Bayerischen Hof" by the Frenchwoman Jeanne Neumann. Since that times until 1996 the gallery was serving as a platform for over 100 young contemporary and established artists.

The art historian Jacqueline T. Hoffman took over the art gallery in 1997 from her mother Jeanne Neumann and expand the concept of her gallery. Since 1997 Gallery Jeanne is representing international high-quality graphics, selected fine art prints, works on paper of the 20th century and contemporary art.

Quite apart from buying and selling works of art the owner of the gallery, the art historian Jacqueline T. Hoffman extending the offering for collectors with an art management for private collections.

This year we are celebrating our 40th anniversary
A BIG THANK YOU to all our customers!

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Foundation

1982

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