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1985 Henrik Kinski Signed French Lithograph. Hand signed by the artist and part of limited edition series 159/300. Printed in France on thick lightly textured matte paper.


Size: 22”W x 29.5”H. 


Condition: Excellent condition with a couple of very faint light scuffs.


About the Artist - Henrik Kinski

Henrik Kinski was a Polish painter (1952-2011). He was born to family of musicians and artists. He studied at the Fine arts of Szczecin and Warsaw, which was a very strict school and led him to develop great technical training. During that period of time, he immersed himself in ancient masters that he admired, such as Cézanne and Bacon. In 1978, one year of studying at La Sorbonne, he finally fulfiled his dream and was admitted to the Fine arts of Paris National School which he attended until 1985. These years spent at the Fine arts of Paris enabled him to express himself with more freedom and to deepen his art style. His more recent paintings were inspired by women, nudes, motherhood, still lifes or yet musical variations. From 1983, he exhibited with growing success in France, the United States, Canada, Japan and Hong Kong. His paintings today are featured in numerous private collections and museums.

1985 Henrik Kinski Signed French Lithograph

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