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1987 Sami Briss Signed French Gold Foil Serigraph. Printed in France on thick matte BFK Rives paper. Hand signed by the artist and part of limited series 101/255. Beautiful gold foil details lightly shimmer in person. Published by Terre des Arts. Printed by Michel Caza.


Size: 29.9ʺW x 22ʺH.


Condition: Excellent condition.


About the Artist - Sami Briss

Sami Briss (1930-2018) was a Romanian-born French artist known for his compelling sculptures and paintings that often explored themes of human suffering and resilience. Born in Bucharest, Romania, he survived World War II and the Holocaust, which profoundly influenced his artistic vision.


Briss migrated to France in 1947, where he began his artistic career. His work is characterized by a deep sense of empathy for the human condition, reflecting his own experiences during the war. He primarily worked with bronze and other materials, crafting sculptures that conveyed a sense of vulnerability and strength simultaneously.


One of his notable works is the "Monument to the Struggle and Resistance of the Jews," a sculpture in Paris commemorating Jewish resistance during World War II. Briss's art serves as a testament to the resilience of the human spirit in the face of adversity and the importance of remembering the lessons of history. His work continues to be exhibited and celebrated for its powerful and poignant messages.

1987 Sami Briss Signed French Gold Foil Serigraph

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