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1977 Jean Messagier French Art Exhibition Lithograph. Printed in France by Bellini. Printed on thick matte paper. Original 1970s art print from art exhibition event at Galerie Du Chapitre, Paris. 


Size: 20.7”W x 35”H.


Condition: Good condition with heavy creasing and faint age spots along the base. One small miniscule tear on left which can be covered when framing if desired.


About the Artist - Jean Messagier

Jean Messagier (1920-1999) was a French painter and influential figure in the post-war art scene. He was associated with the Art Informel movement, which emphasized spontaneity and gestural expression. Messagier's works often featured vibrant, abstract compositions characterized by dynamic brushwork and a playful use of color. He was a pioneer of "tachisme," a style of abstract painting that emphasized the individual marks or "stains" created by the artist's brush. Messagier's innovative approach to abstraction and his commitment to artistic freedom made him a central figure in the development of modern French art, and his works can be found in major museums and collections worldwide. Interesting fact: Messagier was also an accomplished musician and occasionally integrated musical elements into his art, blurring the boundaries between visual and auditory expression.

1977 Jean Messagier French Art Exhibition Lithograph

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