Art and Photography


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This site, below: other artwork and photography by Oskar Fischinger, Jules Engel, Hy Hirsh, Steve Roden, Scott Draves,
Amy Halpern, Jeff Scher, Robert Seidel, George Stadnik, Scott Nyerges and others

Please see terms at bottom of page



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..



Jules Engel (1909-2003), Gerald McBoing Boing (1950), concept drawing for the UPA cartoon series. Goauche and ink on board. Inquire




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. $1600



Hirsh taxi

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. $200


Hy Hirsh (1911-1961), Untitled #1. Giclee print from Hirsh's original 35mm transparency, printed by CVM. 12 x 8. Hirsh was known for his fashion photography for several major magazines, throughout his career. This photograph is from his Paris series. $125 .


Hy Hirsh (1911-1961), Untitled #12. Giclee print from Hirsh's original 35mm transparency, printed by CVM. 12 x 8. Hirsh often combined multiple images in his photography and films.This photograph is from his Paris series. 10 x 6.5 inches, $125.


Hirsh gelatin

Hy Hirsh, Salt Erosion, San Mateo, Calif., 1938, Silver Gelatin photographic print, matted to board. Printed by Hirsh. Signed and dated in pencil on mount. Some wear, foxing on board. Inquire, cvmaccess (at)






Steve Roden. Untitled, 2010. Pencil, Ink and Crayon. 8 x 10 inches. Signed, dated. 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). Inquire.





Amy Halpern. Joshua Tree Rear View. Photographic print, signed. Printed 2014 from photographic original shot 1986. No. 2 of edtion of 12. 6-7/8 x 17 inches. Halpern is a fimmaker and photographer working in Los Angeles, whose work is in private collections. 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. $100



seidel tearing


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, exhibited at 401contemporary, Berlin. View trailer of installation. New interview about the work. Artist's Biography (PDF). $150






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. Stadnik is a New York artist working in Lumia and digital light effects. Larger view. $175




Scott Nyerges, photograph. Space Needle x 3. $100



Terms of Sale

Prices do not include shipping. We must add California sales tax for California sales. All sales are final. Artwork is unframed unless indicated otherwise.

Payment: Mastercard, Visa, AMEX, check in US dollars on US bank, wire transfer. Paypal payments are possible but will include a processing surcharge. For additional information, please email cvmaccess (at)

Items may be viewed at CVM in Los Angeles, by appointment.



Engel and Hirsh images courtesy Center for Visual Music

Other images courtesy the artists