Lithography by Michel Adlen.
watercoloured original, justified E.A.
Signed and dated in pencil at the bottom right. "Adlen Paris"
Located in pencil at the mid bottom: "Le Pont de La Concorde"
Justified at the bottom in pencil: "20/20"
Mention in pencil at the bottom left "Pointe Sèche"
Size: Image: 29 x 22 cm; Sheet: 40 x 33 cm
Condition: Good to very good
Michel ADLEN, Jewish painter, Paris school was born in Saki in Ukraine, died in Paris in 1980. From 1915 to 1922, Michel ADLEN took painting classes in Vienna where he exhibited for the first time. In 1923 he was in BERLIN and participated in several graphic art exhibitions. The same year, he arrived in Paris and went through a brief Cubist period in 1925. In 1936, he participated in the International Woodcut Exhibition in Warsaw. The museums of Moscow and Kiev acquired his engravings in 1928. Jeanne, his model who would become his wife, from Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche Haute Vienne, introduced him to the landscapes of Limousin. He will divide his time between his studio in Paris and stays in Limousin and in Nice area (origin of these lithographs).
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- Michel Adlen (1898-1980)
- Título da obra de arte
- Le Pont de la Concorde
- Aguarela, Gravura
- Assinado à mão
- Em muito bom estado
- Venda com moldura
- Tamanho da imagem
- 29×22 cm
- Dimensões totais
- 40×33×1 cm