Richard Artschwager


During his late twenties Richard Artschwager (b.1923-2013) studied in Paris with Amedee Ozenfant, yet it wasn’t until the early 1960’s that he devoted himself to his practice, after nearly a decade as a successful Modernist furniture designer and vendor.

Working in several different medium, including formica, Artschawager’ early practice vacillated until he refined his output.

In 1965 famed dealer Leo Castelli presented the first solo show of his work.

Over the course of his long career Artschwager has frequently returned to theme of architecture, furniture and the human experience through figuration and abstraction.

Today his works can be found in the collections of most major institutions, including the Museum of Modern Art which owns over 30 works.

He is represented by several galleries around the world including Xavier Hufkens in Brussels.

Additional pictures by request.

Screen print. From an edition of 108

Excellent condition.

USA, 2005.

Signed and numbered

42.5”H 25”W 

- Where does the inventory ship from?
Our inventory is divided between New York and Toronto. 

- Where do you ship to?
We can ship anywhere. Typically when we ship within North America we prefer to use FedEx or DHL. To Europe, Asia and beyond we generally use DHL. 

- How much does it cost to ship?
For shipments within North America, we typically charge a flat rate fee. Many items on our site will list the rate. For shipping outside of North America, we can easily provide a quote and will look for the most efficient and economical option.

Most of the items on our site can be easily shipped internationally.

Occasionally we will recommend that an artwork be removed from its frame for shipping. Larger framed works are typically framed with plexiglass. We export over 80% of what we sell, so we are comfortable shipping anywhere. 

- Are there additional taxes or fees?
When a work is valued above $2,500 usd there is a possibility of tax of 0.35%, but this is applied sporadically. There can similarly be an additional fee for customs brokerage and this can range from $20 - $65. US Taxes, duties and customs brokerage are not included in our flat rate shipping. However most of our shipments to the US enter without any additional fees. 

- Do you provide a certificate of authenticity?
Yes, we guarantee everything we sell. We can provide both a digital and printed version of our certificate of authenticity. 

What is your return policy?
- Caviar20 wants you to be 100% satisfied with your purchase. We have a 7 day no-questions full refund return policy for your purchase. Shipping charges are non-refundable. Return shipping is the responsibility of the customer. After 8 days returns are given a credit note. There is no expiration for our credit notes.

- What payment methods do you accept?

If purchasing directly online, Caviar20 accepts all major credit cards as well as Paypal. If invoiced, Caviar20 accepts all major credit cards on regularly priced merchandise. 

Discounted material must be paid by wire transfer, or with Paypal (if funds are sent as 'friends and family'). There is a 3.5% administration fee for credit cards on discounted material. 

Caviar20 does not accept personal checks or Zelle. 

Canadian clients are welcomed and encouraged to pay with interac.
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