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Lucien MORETTI - The bag of marbles/German, signed and numbered lithograph

"Le sac de billes / Allemand" (The bag of marbles/German)
Lithograph on Japanese paper
Signed and numbered 21/40
Dimensions: 56 cm x 76 cm (29.9 x 22 inches)
Dimensions (without margins): 54 cm x 75 cm
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Expertized by Noé Willer : Specialist expert, and author of several catalogue raisonné (Eugène Galien-Laloue, Luigi Loir and soon Victor Gilbert, Jean-Gabriel Domergue). He has been working wih auctionneers and international collectors for more than twenty years. References: Salle des ventes de Drouot-Paris, France and International: Christie's, Sotheby's.
Lucien-Philippe Moretti : (1922-2000) was a french painter, lithographer, and engraver who was born in 1922 in Suresnes and who died in 2000 in Étretat. In the mid 40's, ihe studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Paris, and was a student of Nicolas Untersteller and Demetrios Galanis. His life in Montmartre definitively left a mark on his work. Moretti would come everyday on la place du Tertre, at la Crémaillère, meeting point for young people, portraitists, guitar players, chess players, but also dansers who were coming to party in the evening, as well as lovers huging in the inside yard. His drawings immortalized the youth of the 50's, hippies of the 60's. These are those characters he depicted then on his canvas, as a crowded carnival of clowns, pierrots, young girls wearing short skirts, and boys with long hair. Moretti also illustrated with his lithographs : “le Sac de Billes” by Joffo, “le Braconnier de Dieu” by René Fallet, and the “Chansons” by Jacques Brel.

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