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Jacques VILLON : Jeune-fille, Lithographie 1959

Jacques VILLON
Jeune-fille (1959)

Lithographie d'après une gravure, imprimée dans les ateliers Mourlot
Non signée
Vélin Arches 66 x 51 cm

Très bon état

REFERENCES : Catalogue raisonné Ginester et Pouillon #App111

Jacques Villon : (1875-1963) is a french cubist painter, and is the brother of Marcel Duchamp. He chose the pseudonym de Villon in tribute to the poet François Villon. He started his artistic career with engraving and illustration. In the beginning of the 1900's, he is influenced by Edgar Degas, and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Some years later, he is part of the group of Puteaux. His work includes more than 700 canvases. Aged 82, he realised 5 stain-glass windows of the Saint-Etienne Cathedral in Metz. His works are included in the collections of the biggest museums in France, Japan, USA, Italy, Australia, Mexico, Portugal, Great Britain...

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