Le paysage dans l’oeuvre de Fernand Léger, 1954
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Original poster - lithography printed on wove paper by Gérard Blanchard - les Presses Artistiques, on the occasion of the retrospective exhibition of Fernand Léger at the gallery Louis Carré in Paris from November 19 to December 31, 1954. This exhibition presented the "landscapes" that Léger had made since 1952 while living in Gif-sur-Yvette, marked by an unusual confrontation between flowers, birds, rails and factories.
Note about the artist: Fernand Léger (1881-1955) french painter, ceramist, sculptor, master of the cubist movement, whose favorite subjects were modern life and industrial urban landscapes.
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- Condition of the artwork: mint
- Framing specifications: oak frame, floating mount
- Overall dimension: 52x67cm
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