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Bores, "Earth" Lithograph 1937

Edie O'Rourke

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Bores, "Earth" Lithograph 1937
Bores, "Earth" Lithograph 1937
Bores, "Earth" Lithograph 1937

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Artist:

Francisco Bores (1898-1972)

Dimensions:

10"W x 14"H x 1"D

Frame details:

wood/glass

Materials:

original lithograph on paper

Why We Love This

An original lithograph published in Paris in Verve (Volume 1, Number 1), in 1937. Founded in 1937 by Henri Matisse’s friend E. Teriade, Verve was a lavish publication on the arts. The magazine showcased original lithographs by the leading artists of the day. Bores was one of four artists asked to contribute original prints to the debut issue. Signed in the plate.

Why We Love This

An original lithograph published in Paris in Verve (Volume 1, Number 1), in 1937. Founded in 1937 by Henri Matisse’s friend E. Teriade, Verve was a lavish publication on the arts. The magazine showcased original lithographs by the leading artists of the day. Bores was one of four artists asked to contribute original prints to the debut issue. Signed in the plate.

About Edie O'Rourke

Part of the circle of artists and intellectuals who flocked to Paris in the 1920s, Francisco Bores became an important figure in 20th-century European art. His style is characterized by inventive abstraction and an expressive use of color.