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1959 Fernand Leger French Art Exhibition Offset Lithograph Printed in France on fine matte paper. Original art exhibition lithograph printed by Devaye Imprimeur, Cannes. 

 

Size: 17.6”W x 22.5”H.

 

Condition: Excellent condition with minor signs of age.

 

About the Artist - Fernand Léger 

Fernand Léger (1881–1955) was a prominent French painter, sculptor, and filmmaker who left an indelible mark on the modern art movement. He was known for his unique blend of Cubism and abstraction, characterized by bold colors, geometric shapes, and a fascination with modern technology. Léger's early life was marked by his apprenticeship as an architectural draftsman, which later influenced his artistic style and emphasis on structural forms. What sets Léger apart is his distinctive ability to infuse his art with a sense of dynamism and movement, often reflecting the urbanization and industrialization of his time. His experiences as a soldier during World War I also played a significant role in shaping his art, leading to a series of mechanized and fragmented compositions that captured the mechanistic spirit of the era. Beyond painting, Léger's collaboration with other artists and filmmakers, including working on set and costume designs for the Ballets Russes, demonstrated his multifaceted creativity. His legacy endures not only through his masterful artworks but also through his influence on subsequent generations of artists who drew inspiration from his innovative approach to blending art and technology.

1959 Fernand Leger French Art Exhibition Lithograph

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