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1973 Claude Viseux French Art Exhibition Poster. Printed in France on thick silver paper using the technique of zincography (zinc plates on paper). Original French vintage art print celebrating an exhibition of the artists work at Le Point Cardinal, Paris. 


Size: 16.5”W x 27.4”H.


Condition: Good condition with some faint scratches and creasing to the paper from natural age.


About the Artist - Claude Viseux

Claude Viseux (1927–2008) was a French abstract painter and sculptor. Born in Paris, he initially studied architecture but shifted to fine arts. Viseux was associated with the Art Informel and Nouvelle École de Paris movements. In the 1950s, he explored geometric abstraction influenced by constructivism and later developed a personal style marked by vibrant colors and dynamic forms. He participated in the Salon des Realites Nouvelles and gained recognition for his unique approach. Viseux's work evolved, encompassing sculptures and reliefs, and he gained international acclaim. His contributions to the art world include bridging abstraction and figuration, leaving a lasting impact on the post-war French artistic scene. Claude Viseux passed away in 2008, leaving behind a rich legacy in abstract art.

1973 Claude Viseux French Art Exhibition Poster

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