This piece was uncovered among a stack of original art at Brimfield Flea Market. A great find worth the hours of hunting through field after field of antiques in the hot summer sun at the famous flea market.
For his admirers, Bernard Buffet was a "pure genius.” His body of work exceeds 8,000 paintings and prints. His signature style is defined by "dry" straight lines revealing the shape of buildings, objects and bodies, using very little color - primarily grays, blacks and greens.
Medium:Color Lithograph, Signed, Dated and Numbered in Pencil (likely by printer)
Materials: Ink, Paper
Artist:Bernard Buffet, 1928-1999
Dimensions: 12x15 inches
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