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1980s Pierre Marie Brisson French Carborundum Etching. Printed in France on heavy thick handmade paper by the artist. Part of limited series 400/500, which is listed on the rear of the artwork. Unique techniques used by the artist create heavy texture that gives the work even more dimension and beauty in person. Works by the artist currently list on First Dibs up to $12,500 in value.


Size: 22.4”W x 30.5”H.


Condition: Excellent condition.


About the Artist - Pierre Marie Brisson

Pierre Marie Brisson is a contemporary French artist born on July 27, 1955, in Paris. Primarily known for his abstract and figurative works, Brisson's artistic journey began in the 1970s when he studied at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Influenced by the Fauvist and Expressionist movements, he developed a unique style characterized by vibrant colors, bold strokes, and a fusion of abstraction and representation.


Throughout his career, Brisson has exhibited his paintings, sculptures, and prints internationally, gaining recognition for his dynamic compositions and expressive use of form. He often draws inspiration from nature, capturing the essence of landscapes, flowers, and human figures in a poetic and emotionally charged manner.


Brisson's work reflects a harmonious blend of traditional techniques and contemporary aesthetics, earning him a place in the global art scene. His pieces can be found in numerous public and private collections worldwide, contributing to his status as a respected and influential figure in the realm of modern art.

1980s Pierre Marie Brisson French Carborundum Etching

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