Exposition D'Affiches Kleber Gallery, Paris 1952

Regular price £1,500.00 GBP
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Printer: Mourlot (1 of 800 editions)

Dimensions: 65 x 50 cm

Condition: Very good 

Available: In a charcoal frame £1,500 + P&P. 

Description: This original lithograph on Arches paper? was created to celebrate the centenary of the Mourlot Studio with exhibition posters they had printed between 1927 and 1952. The cut-outs for this image was specially designed by Matisse in six vibrant colours.

Artist: Henri Matisse (1869-1954) the French artist, draughtsman, printmaker, sculptor and painter was one of the undisputed masters and influential artists of 20th century art. He studied at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris and would quickly become the leader of the fauvist movement. He was known for his use of brilliant colour, inspired by his time on the French Riviera, and his fluid and original draughtsmanship. He was one of the three artists, along with Picasso and Marcel Duchamp, who began to revolutionise the artworld from the 1900s. For over 60 years, his vast output included painting, drawing, sculpture, graphic arts – etchings, linocuts, aquatints, paper cut-outs and book illustrations. And he worked with Mourlot studios on lithographs and exhibition posters.

Printer: Mourlot (1 of 800 editions)

Dimensions: 65 x 50 cm

Condition: Very good 

Available: In a charcoal frame £1,500 + P&P. 

Description: This original lithograph on Arches paper? was created to celebrate the centenary of the Mourlot Studio with exhibition posters they had printed between 1927 and 1952. The cut-outs for this image was specially designed by Matisse in six vibrant colours.

Artist: Henri Matisse (1869-1954) the French artist, draughtsman, printmaker, sculptor and painter was one of the undisputed masters and influential artists of 20th century art. He studied at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris and would quickly become the leader of the fauvist movement. He was known for his use of brilliant colour, inspired by his time on the French Riviera, and his fluid and original draughtsmanship. He was one of the three artists, along with Picasso and Marcel Duchamp, who began to revolutionise the artworld from the 1900s. For over 60 years, his vast output included painting, drawing, sculpture, graphic arts – etchings, linocuts, aquatints, paper cut-outs and book illustrations. And he worked with Mourlot studios on lithographs and exhibition posters.