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1988 Bernard Cathelin French Mourlot Lithograph. Printed in France on thick matte paper for French Art Quarter, Art Expo NY 1988. This is a high quality lithograph produced by prestigious French print house Mourlot. printed at the Atelier Mourlot in Paris in 1988 to promote one of his publisher, De Francony, whose locations included galleries in Paris, Tokyo, Nice and Vevey in Switzerland.


Size: 22.5”H x 30.5”W.


Condition: Excellent condition with a couple of faint scuffs from natural age. 


About the Artist - Bernard Cathelin

Bernard Cathelin (1919-2004) was a French painter known for his vibrant and expressive works. He began his career as a pharmacist but later turned to art, studying at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Cathelin's art is characterized by bold use of color and a fusion of figurative and abstract elements, often featuring landscapes, still life, and nudes.


One interesting aspect of Cathelin's life was his close friendship with the renowned French poet Jacques Prévert, who encouraged his artistic pursuits. Cathelin's work was influenced by the Fauvist and Cubist movements, but he developed a unique style that celebrated the beauty of everyday life. He gained recognition for his vibrant flower paintings and exhibited his works globally. His art continues to captivate audiences with its lively colors and poetic sensibility, making him a prominent figure in contemporary French art.

1988 Bernard Cathelin French Mourlot Lithograph


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