Art and Photography
Featuring artwork by Oskar Fischinger, Hy Hirsh, Steve Roden, Scott Draves,
Jeff Scher, Robert Seidel, George Stadnik, Scott Nyerges and others.
Please see terms at bottom of page
Oskar Fischinger (1900-1967), Square (1934), goauche on paper, from the film Squares (1934), made in Berlin.
11.25 x 10.875 inches, punched for animation. Numbered upper right, unsigned. Artist's biography. Inquire
Oskar Fischinger (1900-1967), Studie nr 8 (1931) , original Animation Drawing, charcoal on paper, from the film Study no 8. Numbered lower right, unsigned. 9 x 11.25 inches (23 x 28 cm). Photographed and used in the film, made in Berlin. Artist's biography. Inquire..
Jeff Scher, Animation drawing from the film Dog Days (2008). Watercolor on Somerset 140lb watercolor paper, 8.5 x11 inches, signed in pencil. See the film here, part of Scher's series for the New York Times. $225
Scott Draves, Dream 191.14533 (2005). 27 x 48 inches. Giclee print on canvas, signed on reverse. From Draves' Dreams in High Fidelity, made with the Electric Sheep. Artist's biography. $1400
Hy Hirsh (1911-1961), Paris Auto, 1959. Archival Giclee print from Hirsh's original 35mm transparency. Printed by CVM in 2013. 14 x 9 image, with white border (border not shown). Unframed. 1/20. First in a series of prints of Hy Hirsh's Paris, printed by CVM from vintage slides. Hirsh was an American photographer and filmmaker who spent his final years in Paris, late 1950s-1961. More about Hy Hirsh and his work (PDF monograph). Visit CVM's Hirsh site for more examples of his photography, including other Paris autos. $250
Hy Hirsh (1911-1961), Paris, 1956. Archival Giclee print from Hirsh's original 35mm Kodachrome glass-mounted transparency. Labeled "Sept 56." Printed by CVM in 2013. 9 x 14, unframed. 1/20. Second in the series of prints of Hy Hirsh's Paris, printed by CVM from vintage slides. Hirsh was an American photographer and filmmaker who spent his final years in Paris, late 1950s-1961. More about Hy Hirsh and his work (PDF monograph). Visit CVM's Hirsh site for examples of his photography, including other Paris scenes. $250
Please inquire re Hy Hirsh, Salt Erosion, San Mateo, Calif., 1938, Silver Gelatin photographic print, matted to board. Signed and dated in pencil on mount. Some wear, foxing on board. Inquire, cvmaccess (at) gmail.com
Steve Roden. Untitled, 2010. Pencil, Ink and Crayon. 8 x 10 inches. Signed, dated. $1100. Artist's statement: "one of a series of 'eyes closed, listening' drawings - done in various locations, with my eyes closed, trying to allow the sounds around me to determine the movements of my hands. it’s dated Sept. 20, 2010. The drawing was made in my studio with the door open at 6:22 am. (Steve Roden)
Robert Seidel, splitter #1 (2013). Lambda print, signed. Edition of 5 + 2AP, signed. 60 x 40 centimeters. Larger view. Study for a new installation projection. Printed in Berlin. Artist's Biography (PDF). $200
Robert Seidel, Tearing Shadows (2013). Lambda Print, 60 x 40 cm. Edition of 5 + 2 AP, signed. Printed in Berlin. Image from Seidel's projection sculpture, recently exhibited at 401contemporary, Berlin. View trailer of installation. New interview about the work. Artist's Biography (PDF). $250
George Stadnik, Cubist Landscape, 1982. Giclee print of a Lumiagraph composition created in 1982, printed in 2013 by the artist. 11 x 14 inches, 1 of 50. Signed. Larger view. $200
Stephen Beck, Digital print from Video Weavings. Frame 7204. 4 x 6 inches. 1/10. Unframed, signed on reverse. About Video Weavings (1973-76). Artist's biography. Prints from Video Weavings are in collections including the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego. $100
Scott Nyerges, photograph. Space Needle x 3. $100
Terms of Sale
Prices do not include shipping. Please add 8.75% California sales tax for California sales. All sales are final. Artwork is unframed unless indicated otherwise.
Payments accepted: Mastercard, Visa, AMEX, check in US dollars on US bank, cash, wire transfer. Paypal payments are possible but will include a processing surcharge. For additional information, please email cvmaccess (at) gmail.com or call CVM at 213-683-1514.
Items may be viewed at CVM in Los Angeles, by appointment.
Fischinger images courtesy Center for Visual Music
Other images courtesy the artists and estates