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Vintage

Corporal Benedikt by D. Noyer

French 50s 60s

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Corporal Benedikt by D. Noyer
Corporal Benedikt by D. Noyer
Corporal Benedikt by D. Noyer
Corporal Benedikt by D. Noyer
Corporal Benedikt by D. Noyer
Corporal Benedikt by D. Noyer
Corporal Benedikt by D. Noyer
Corporal Benedikt by D. Noyer

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage
Condition:
Very Good; some chips to frame, matte slightly warped
Country of Origin:
France
Materials:
lithograph on paper/matte/glass/wood
Damage Information:
Chips to frame/matte slightly warped
Size:
35" W x 47" H
Color/Finish:
brown frame

Why We Love This

This signed and numbered (50/200) lithograph is a decorated corporal and his lady friend, moments before they kiss. Executed in bright saturated colors and titled on the lower right corner "Corporal Benedikt and Grand Duke Viktor". It is triple matted, framed in brown wood and retains a certificate of authenticity on the back. Dennis Paul Noyer (b. 1940) established himself with his unique, illustrative style.
As described by French 50s 60s

About French 50s 60s

For the past three decades, Galerie Sommerlath and French 50s 60s owner Michele Sommerlath has been an art and antiques dealer with a specialty in American and European Mid-Century Modern design. Born in France, she spent the early part of her youth in Morocco before moving back to Paris. She credits both countries with informing her taste for design and color. Her approach to curation is intuitive: She buys what she loves. Her current passion is revisiting and refreshing 1980s design.

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