This bold, eye-catching still life is from the Nature Morte series by Spanish artist Antonio Guansé. Guansé was a mid-century Modernist/Expressionist who moved to Paris in 1953 where he was greatly influenced by the art of Picasso and Van Gogh. In 1962, he was awarded the important Prix de la Critique.
Medium: Color Lithograph, Signed in Plate
Materials: Ink, Paper
Artist: Antionio Guanse Brea, 1926-2008
Dimensions: 15-1/2x20 inches
A mid-century still life tableau captured in brightly colored yarn. A one-of-a-kind piece! Circa: Mid-Century Medium: Textile Art Materials: Yarn Origin: Unknown Artist: Unknown Condition: Excellent : 9x12 inches
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