Daniel Sciora (1945 - )
Champ de coquelicots, original chromolithograph, signed, numbered.
Paper size: 70 x 55 cm
In good condition. The work is over 40 years old. It may have some defects.
Shipped with international track & trace.
Daniel Sciora was born on September 15, 1945 in Paris. He has been a painter for more than 40 years and has exhibited in the world's largest cities. Since the Decorative Arts of Nice in 1962, he has created many paintings and sculptures. Lithographer, engraver, Daniel Sciora also participates in many theatrical adventures.
He is the author of several plays: "In Front of the Great Blind Wall," "Exchange Without Sharing," "The Ball to the Wall." His first novel "The Conspiracy of The Hasards" was published in September 1998 by the Patron, and "Intimate Portraits of Extraordinary Women" (75 drawings and 12 short stories) was published by the publisher Christian Pirot in October 2001.
"Looks," Saint Leonard of Noblat, 2004-2005
Wam Gallery, Caen, 2004
Accento-Ert Gallery, Anvers, 2003
"Four and Friends," Aurillac Museum, 2002
Espace Lhomond, Paris, 2001
Kunstverein, Wursburg, Germany, 1997
Printemps Ginza, Tokyo, 1990
- Daniel Sciora
- Titel van kunstwerk
- Champ de Coquelicots
- 60×45 cm
- Totale afmetingen
- 70×55×70 cm
- Verkocht met lijst