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1979 Paul Rebeyrolle French Art Exhibition Lithograph. Printed in France on matte paper by Mourlot. Original lithograph poster created by Paul Rebeyrolle for his exhibition in 1979 at the Grand Palais.


Size: 30”H x 21.25”W.


Condition: Excellent condition. 


About the Artist - Paul Rebeyrolle

Paul Rebeyrolle (1926-2005) was a prominent French painter and sculptor known for his powerful and provocative works. Born in Eymoutiers, France, he began his artistic journey as a self-taught painter and later studied at the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Rebeyrolle was associated with the "Nouvelle École de Paris," a group of artists who emerged in the post-war era.


His early works were marked by abstraction, but he transitioned to a distinctive style of figurative art characterized by bold colors and expressive brushwork. Rebeyrolle's art often explored themes of war, violence, and the human condition, reflecting his experiences as a soldier during World War II. His work stirred controversy and debates, challenging the conventions of his time.


Rebeyrolle's contributions to the art world extended beyond his paintings, as he also experimented with sculpture and printmaking. His legacy endures through his thought-provoking and emotionally charged art that continues to captivate audiences worldwide.

1979 Paul Rebeyrolle French Mourlot Art Exhibition Lithograph

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