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1977 Charles Malfray French Art Exhibition Lithograph. Printed in France on thick matte paper by Atelier Gourdon - Paris. Original French vintage art print celebrating an exhibition of the artists sculptures. 


Size: 19.6”W x 25.6”H.


Condition: Excellent condition with a couple of faint scuffs and "M" innk on the top seems to have smudged slightly.


About the Artist - Charles Malfray


Charles Malfray (1887–1940) was a French sculptor known for his rejection of academic teachings in favor of the influences of Auguste Rodin and Antoine Bourdelle. Surviving World War I, where he was gassed and participated in the Battle of Verdun, Malfray was deeply impacted by his experiences. In collaboration with his brother, he created controversial war memorials in Pithiviers (1920) and Orléans (1924). Despite winning the Prix Blumenthal in 1920, war-related illness almost led him to abandon sculpture. In 1931, he became the successor to Aristide Maillol as a professor at the Académie Ranson in Paris, influencing several notable students. Malfray's works include "La Danse" and "Torse de nageuse". He sadly passed away in 1940.

1977 Charles Malfray French Art Exhibition Lithograph

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