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Alexander Calder French Art Exhibition Lithograph. Printed in France by prestigious Galerie Maeght. Printed on fine matte paper.


Size: 21”W x 29.5”H


Condition: Excellent condition.


About the Artist - Alexander Calder

Alexander Calder (1898-1976) was a renowned American sculptor known for his innovative contributions to the world of modern art. He began as a painter but gained worldwide recognition for his pioneering kinetic sculptures, or "mobiles," in the 1930s. Calder's abstract and whimsical mobiles, characterized by their graceful, balancing shapes and vibrant colors, became iconic symbols of 20th-century art. He also created static sculptures, known as "stabiles," and his work left an indelible mark on the realms of sculpture and abstraction, bridging the gap between art and motion. Calder's legacy endures as a testament to his artistic innovation and lasting impact on the art world.

Alexander Calder French Art Exhibition Lithograph


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