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Vintage Fernand Leger French Lithograph. Printed on fine matte paper. Fernand Léger was a French painter, sculptor and filmmaker (1881-1955). His early work was inspired by cubism but later in his career his style development more around abstract art and figures. He is seen as one of early influences of pop art due to his bold simplified art style.


Size: 18.5”W x 24”H. 


Condition: Excellent condition.


About the Artist - Fernand Léger

Fernand Léger (1881–1955) was a pioneering French painter, sculptor, and filmmaker. He played a significant role in shaping modern art, contributing to Cubism and creating his distinctive form of abstraction. Léger's works are characterized by bold colors, geometric shapes, and dynamic compositions that merge the human form with the urban and industrial environment. His "Contrast of Forms" series exemplifies his exploration of the interplay between geometric shapes and organic elements. Léger's involvement with the "Purism" movement emphasized clarity and simplicity. He later ventured into film, merging his artistic vision with cinema. His contributions to modern art, coupled with his interdisciplinary approach, established him as a key figure of the 20th-century avant-garde, leaving an enduring legacy that continues to influence artists worldwide.

Vintage Fernand Leger French Lithograph

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