Graphics, water-coloured

Q: What is watercoloured serigraphy?
A: A serigraphy, silkscreen or screen-print, is first printed in black and white (the drawing/lines only) and then manually watercolored by the author. Each one is thus unique because it was coloured by hand. Artworks may be similar ie. you can find the same drawing with similar colours, but they simply can’t be exactly the same because they were coloured manually.

The exception here are two works by Ivan Generalic, please read the discription.

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Ivan Generalic, Woman with a cow, serigraphy, water-coloured

Ivan Generalic, Woman with a cow, serigraphy, water-coloured, original signature – 1.000 eur

[LAST ONE] Serigraphy printed in two colours (black drawing and olive background), manually watercoloured by Ivan Generalic and signed. Unframed.

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Ivan Generalic, Dancers, posthumous serigraphy, watercoloured

Ivan Generalic, Dancers, posthumous serigraphy, watercoloured – 200 eur

[LAST ONE) Posthumous serigraphy in colour of a painting made by Ivan Generalic, printed signature, two dry stamps, partially watercoloured by Josip Generalic. Unframed.

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