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Chillida, Dessin a l'Encre de Chine

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Chillida, Dessin a l'Encre de Chine

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Artist:
Eduardo Chillida (1924-2002)
Materials:
lithograph on Vélin de Rives paper
Dimensions:
sheet size, 22" x 15"
Frame finish:
black
Care:
Avoid hanging in direct sunlight.
Please note:
This work is not framed.

Why We Love This

A lithograph from Derrière le Miroir: Hommage à Georges Braque. Number 144/145/146. The book includes a gouache for an etching "Trois Oiseaux sur fond violet" by Braque; 5 lithographs by Raoul Ubac, Pierre Pallut, and Pierre Tal-Coat; a double-page plate each by Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró; and photographic plates and reproductions by Giacometti, Man Ray, Chagall, and others. Folio, contents loose as issued in lithographed wrappers by Braque; board chemise, spine panel heavily rubbed; slipcase, edgeworn; internally bright and all lithographs clean. Number 214 of 350 copies on Vélin de Rives paper. Paris: Maeght, 1964.

About the Brand

Spanish artist Eduardo Chillida created monumental abstract sculptures as well as smaller works in iron. His work features elemental, pared-down forms in a style characterized by fine craftsmanship and respect for materials. Chillida was awarded the sculpture prize at the Venice Biennale in 1958, the Kandinsky Prize in 1960, the Carnegie International Prize in 1964, and the Andrew Mellon Prize in 1979.