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Hommage a René Char (In Honor of René Char) ˜ Centaur Art Galleries

Homage to Rene Char

  • Color photolithography
  • DIM: 40 1/4″ H * 29 7/8″ W

Czwiklitzer 291 291 In Honor of René Char Musée Municipal d’Art Moderns, Céret, France July-September, 1969 30 7/8 x 20 5/8 in. 78.5 x 52.5 cm Color lithography (Henri Deschamps, Lith.) Edition: 3,000 impressions, 100 of these on Arches paper, before lettering Printed by Mourlot, Paris, 1969 Rodrigo 185 185 Hommage A René Char Site of Exhibition Ceret. Musée d’Art Moderne. Date of Exhibition 1969. July – September. Publisher Musée d’Art Moderne. Ceret. Printer Imprimerie Mourlot. Paris 1948. Technique Lithography In Colour. Format 200 x 140 cm. Print Run 3,000 copies, of which 100 are without text on ‘Arches’ paper. There is a print run measuring 78 x 52 cm. Classification This poster was designed by Fernand Mourlot, using as subject Henri Deschamps’ lithographic reproduction of a drawing made by Picasso in pencil and coloured chalk in Notre-Dame-de-Vie on May 19,1964. Reproductions Neither this poster nor its motif has been reproduced in other posters. Subject of Reference Male faces.

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Lithography in Colour

DIM: 42″ H * 31 1/8″ W


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Rodrigo 229
229 Picasso
Site of Exhibition Paris. Galerie Knoedler.
Date of Exhibition 1971. October 26-November 30.
Publisher Galerie Knoedler. Paris.
Printer Henri Deschamps Lithographie.
Technique Lithography In Colour.
Format 64 x 68.5 cm.
Print Run Undetermined.
Classification This poster was designed by Francone, using as subject the oil on canvas, entitled Seated Harlequin with Mirror. This picture, measuring 100 x 81 cm., was painted by Picasso in 1923 and belongs to the Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection.
Reproductions This posters motif has been reproduced twice:
1) On the occasion of the Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection shown in Florence in 1985; and
2) the Thyssen-Bornemisza Exhibition in Madrid, 1986.
Subject of Reference The circus, harlequins, buffoons and clowns.

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