Aristide Maillol (d'après) - Jeune femme

Aristide Maillol (d'après) - Jeune femme
Lithografie - Gesigneerd in de plaat - 1000 EX - 1948

Year of the lithograph: 1948
Monogrammed on the plate.
Ernest Flammarion, Publisher
Printed by Draeger Frères
Pure ‘fil du Marais’ paper
Size: 36 x 46 cm
Image 22 x 34 cm.
This lithograph is part of a set of 10 works published in 1948, just 4 years after the artist's death. Signed and monogrammed in the plate. Publisher’s dry stamp.
In very good general condition considering the age of the artwork, 71 years old... there might be some slight defects in the margins.
Straight from the box. The box is not included. The pictures are there for your reference.

Aristide Maillol was born on December 8, 1861 in Banyuls-sur-Mer, where he died on September 27, 1944. He is a French painter, engraver and sculptor.

He began a career as a painter and was very interested in decorative arts (ceramics and tapestry), before dedicating himself to sculpture, when he was around forty years old.

Aristide Maillol was one of the most famous sculptors of his time. His work, based on full forms developed from the study of female nudes, and simplified to a sketch, represents a real artistic revolution, anticipating abstraction. His way of creation marked the turning point between the 19th and 20th centuries. He has inspired many great artists, including Henry Moore, Hans Arp and Henri Laurens and found a resonance with Pablo Picasso, Constantin Brancusi and Henri Matisse. Maillol's work has attracted praise from great writers, such as Octave Mirbeau and André Gide, or the works of eminent art critics, such as Waldemar George and John Rewald.

Aristide Maillol (d'après)
Titel van kunstwerk
Jeune femme
Gesigneerd in de plaat
1920-1929, 1940-1949
1000 EX
22×34 cm
Totale afmetingen
36×46×36 cm
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