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1996 Jean-Michel Meurice Roland Garros Print. Printed in France. Part of the iconic ongoing Roland Garros tennis print series. Roland Garros is a renowned annual tennis tournament held in Paris, France. It is one of the four Grand Slam events, played on clay courts, attracting top tennis players globally. Note - signature is not hand drawn - it is a reproduced print printed the same year as initial lithograph release. 


Size: 23.25”W x 30.6”H.


Condition: Excellent condition.


About the Artist - Jean-Michel Meurice

Jean-Michel Meurice is a French contemporary artist born in 1938. He is primarily known for his abstract paintings and innovative work in various media, including film and video art. Meurice was a key figure in the Supports/Surfaces movement in the 1970s, exploring the relationship between art and materials. An interesting aspect of his career is his collaboration with Jean-Jacques Lebel on a film about Marcel Duchamp in 1968, reflecting his engagement with avant-garde ideas. Meurice's artistic journey has been marked by a commitment to pushing artistic boundaries and exploring new forms of expression.

1996 Jean-Michel Meurice Roland Garros Print


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