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Mark Francis

 (born 1962)
Mark Francis is active/lives in New York.  Mark Francis is known for abstractions of cellular clusters.

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Birth / Death:  born 1962 Newtownards, Northern Ireland

Methods for Mark Francis

Easel Painting

Media for Mark Francis

Styles for Mark Francis

Pure Abstraction, Line, Shape, Color, Texture

Chronology for Mark Francis

Late 20th Century After 1950

Added Description for Mark Francis

Abstraction Specialty


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