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    Stanley William Hayter, was a non figurative British painter of the new School of Paris, whose work, from 1932 onwards, was essential in the revival of modern engraving. Dimensions:Height: 25.3 cmWidth: 15.2 cmArtist: Stanley William Hayter, 1901-1988, EnglandTechnique: ChiselEditor:rmngp Order shipped directly within 6-7 weeks
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    Arnulf Rainer was born in Baden (Austria) in 1929. Close to fantastic realism, he founded with Fuchs, Lehmden and Bauer the Hundsgruppe (Dog Group). After his early discovery of American abstract expressionism (1951-1954), he became the most famous representative of the current of Austrian expressionists. The artist was introduced to engraving in 1963. In...
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    Louise Bourgeois (born in Paris in 1911 and died in New York in 2010) Louise Bourgeois was born in Paris in 1911. After training as a painter in the Parisian academies and then teaching Fernand Léger, she moved to New York in 1938, where she attended Surrealists. Its notoriety grew in the 1970s, following regular exhibitions since the war. The true...
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    Pierre Alechinsky was born in Brussels in 1927. After studying at the Ecole nationale supérieure d' architecture et des Arts décoratifs de Bruxelles, he joined the group of young Belgian painters, joined the Cobra movement (from Copenhagen, Brussels and Amsterdam, where the main artists came from) and moved to Paris in 1951, where he studied engraving. He...
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    The fingerprint attached to the centre of the proof, the thumbprint of Penone's thumb, is the anchor point where the circumference lines begin. Like a spiral, the lines begin in the middle of the finger and develop around it. Like rings of wood calculating the age of trees, these tend to question time and identity. Other more accentuated lines converge at...
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    Bertrand Henry was born in Paris in 1959. It is inspired by imaginary portraits and the landscape of the Ardèche, which has been travelling for a long time. He exhibited in Ardèche, but also in other regions of France. Dimensions:Height: 56 cmWidth: 76 cm.Artist: Bertrand Henry, 1959, FranceTechnique: aquatintaEditor:rmngp Order shipped within 6-7 weeks
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    It is a falcon's wing, as there are still others at Balthasar Burkhard - crow's wings or swan's wings. Will it open, will it fold back along the body after a beat? Silky river of silver stains and dark accents that disappear against a background of darkness. Woman's set. The Swiss artist is a photographer. It frames human and animal figures, plants and...
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    Gromaire was formed in the academies of Montparnasse. His work is serious but severe. Marked by the war of 1914-1918, he comes out strengthened in his certainties; influenced by Cézanne, he moves against the current of Cubist experiences. He knows how to keep in touch with the world, but he translates it into violently simplified forms. He said: To the...
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    Appreciated at the beginning as a painter and draughtsman, Patrick Faigenbaum (born in 1954) took up photography in 1973. Very quickly, it is distinguished by its fascinating representations of bodies. Whether they are alive (very fixed portraits of his family, his friends, his entourage and the old Italian artistocracy) or of stone (bustings of Roman...
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