Poem in corner no 1, object/multiple, 3 silkscreened plastic coated cards in a wooden and metal frame, ca. 40 x 43 x 21 cm. /15.7 x 16.9 x 8.3 inches, 100 copies, signed and numbered on a certificate, 1991

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Negativities, archival pigment print, edition 49, signed and numbered, 2017

$ 2000,-



For Case Hudson, Printer, drypoint, woodblock with plastic and paper construction, 19 1/4 x 25 1/2 x 2 inches /48.9 x 64.8 x 5.1 cm., edition of 43 unique works, 2013

$ 5000,-



Pacific Seriously, 6 colour spit bit, aquatint, chine colle, and paper pulp construction, with unique hand-drawn by artist, framed, 20 ¼ x 25 ¼ inches /51.4 x 64.1 cm., (framed), 38 of unique works, signed and numbered, 2012  

$ 6900,-



The Missing Portrait, handmade book with poem by John Yau and illustrated by Richard Tuttle, 18 x 16 ½ x 8 inches /45.7 x 41.9 x 20.3 cm., edition 10, 2008

$ 30.000,-




DIFFERENTIATION AND SERVICE, artist's book written and designed by Richard Tuttle, each copy contains original interventions by the artist, 10,2 x 15,2 cm., 28 pages, multicolor, cloth-bound, edition of 100 copies, signed and numbered, 2007

€ 1325,-






Ink In Fiber, hammered copper plate on Handmade dyed paper, 13 1/4 x 11 1/4 inches /33.7 x 28.6 cm., edition 10, signed and numbered, 2009

$ 3500,-


Square, colour aquatint with hard and soft ground etching, 47,7 x 38,1 cm., 18 7/8 x 15 inches, edition 35,signed and numbered, 1998

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Homesick as a nail, one drypoint on rag paper and one silkscreen on acetate with hand-coloured additions. The two panels can be viewed seperately, together or overlapping, 40 x 50 cm., edition 60, signed and numbered, 1998
set € 1200,- 

Light on Water (A), intaglio, 15 x 22 inches, edition 28, signed and numbered, 2003

$ 1800,- 



Light on Water (B), intaglio, 30 1/8 x 42 1/2 inches, edition 28, signed and numbered, 2003

$ 2500,- 



Light on Water (C), intaglio and lithograph, 30 ¼  x 21 ¾ inches, edition 28, signed and numbered, 2003

$ 3250,-


Hey Diddle Diddle, the Cat and the Fiddle, lithograph, 45 1/8 x 22 ½ inches, edition 48, signed and numbered, 2004

$ 4000,-



Censorship, portfolio of seven stone lithographs, 14 x 18 inches (varying), edition 34, each signed and numbered, 2003

$ 7000,-



Entertaining…, sugar pine with satin polyurethane finish, maple plywood, letterpress on pigmented, embossed cotton paper, 20 x 11 ½ x 1 ½ inches, edition of 15, 2001

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Onoma, wall object, cast bronze, brass screw, in wooden box with template, bronze 9,5 x 11 x 6 cm., edition 15, signed and numbered on certificate, 2001/2004

€ 5500,-



Step By Step, woodcut, 80 x 40 ¾ inches, edition 41, signed and numbered, 2002

(Each print is Uniquely Titled)

$ 15.000,-



Bouquet, gold, silk, wire, wood, 8 ½ x 9 x 5 ½ inches /21.6 x 22.9 x 14 cm., signed and numbered, edition of 18, 2001

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Notice: Kiki Smith's contribution to Bouquet is an 18 karat gold pin cast from the tip of her tongue, and perched on the crest of the silk wave created by Tuttle's armature.  This body piece is a delicate bridge between Smith's earlier body works and her recent work with decorative motifs and precious materials.  Richard Tuttle has created a sculpture that acts as a display for the pin as well as the swath of damask, a 19th Century reproduction of a 16th Century silk cloth. The simple armature is constructed from raw wood, wire and hardware;  materials the artist has worked with to great effect for decades.  The pin is meant to be worn, essentially an example of two elements that exist separately but that are always meant to come together to be complete.

NotThePoint, artists' book / object, 9.2 x 5 to 14 x 13 to 18 cm. /3.6 x 2 to 5.5 x 5.1 to 7.1 inches, edition 9, signed and numbered, 2009

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NotThePoint is composed of five differently coloured, hand-bound books with letterpress printed texts on handmade paper. Each of the five books focuses on the source of each colour’s origin within the ideal context of human experience. The books are held upright in an elaborately crafted holding-case of pigmented sycamore wood and cardboard which has been dyed yellow. The publication was created by Richard Tuttle. The director of the edition is Elena Foster. Miranda Sharp recorded and transcribed the text. Rob Hadrill manufactured the holding case and printed the books. Lori Sauer was the bookbinder. Lorraine Wild designed the typography. The edition is numbered and signed by the artist. 



We can offer many other works (etchings, woodblocks and embossings) by RICHARD TUTTLERecent editions. About these works: please contact us for images, availability, prices and other information.