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1973 Pierre Alechinsky French Art Exhibition Poster. Printed in France on matte paper. Original 1970s art print from La Hune, Paris.


Size: 30.6”H x 20”W.


Condition: Excellent condition.


About the Artist - Pierre Alechinsky

Pierre Alechinsky, born on October 19, 1927, is a Belgian artist known for his contributions to the Cobra movement. Alechinsky's artistic journey began in the late 1940s, and he became a prominent figure in the avant-garde art scene. His works often feature expressive and gestural brushstrokes, reflecting the influence of abstract expressionism.


Alechinsky's collaboration with the Cobra group, formed in 1948, marked a significant period in his career. The movement emphasized spontaneity and a return to primal artistic instincts. Over the years, Alechinsky has explored various mediums, including painting, drawing, and printmaking. Notably, he developed a unique technique known as "calligraphic" or "spontaneous writing," where he creates intricate compositions with fluid lines and symbols.


An interesting aspect of Alechinsky's work is his fascination with the intersection of language and visual art. His pieces often incorporate written elements, blurring the boundaries between image and text. This exploration adds a distinctive layer to his oeuvre.


Throughout his career, Alechinsky has received numerous accolades and exhibited internationally, leaving an indelible mark on the art world with his innovative and experimental approach.

1973 Pierre Alechinsky French Art Exhibition Poster


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