Françoise Gilot, ‘The Reader’, 1950-1959, Lions Gallery
Françoise Gilot, ‘The Reader’, 1950-1959, Lions Gallery
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The Reader, 1950-1959

Lithograph
11 × 9 in
27.9 × 22.9 cm
This is an editioned multiple.
$600
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Lions Gallery
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Rare vintage limited edition stone lithograph printed at Mourlot in Paris. This edition was signed …

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Rare vintage limited edition stone lithograph printed at Mourlot in Paris. This edition was signed in the portfolio and is not individually pencil signed or numbered. Francois Gilot, (1921-) studied English Literature at Cambridge University, and then,
encouraged by her father, studied international law, though she

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Françoise Gilot
French, b. 1921
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Claiming, “I must cancel the emptiness of the canvas like an opening gambit in a game of chess,” …

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Claiming, “I must cancel the emptiness of the canvas like an opening gambit in a game of chess,” Françoise Gilot came of age as an artist in the early 1940s, a member of the School of Paris, and has been pursuing a bold, Modernist vision in her paintings and prints ever since. She is perhaps best known for her …

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Françoise Gilot, ‘The Reader’, 1950-1959, Lions Gallery
Françoise Gilot, ‘The Reader’, 1950-1959, Lions Gallery
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About the work
Lions Gallery
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Rare vintage limited edition stone lithograph printed at Mourlot in Paris. This edition was signed …

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Rare vintage limited edition stone lithograph printed at Mourlot in Paris. This edition was signed in the portfolio and is not individually pencil signed or numbered. Francois Gilot, (1921-) studied English Literature at Cambridge University, and then,
encouraged by her father, studied international law, though she

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Françoise Gilot
French, b. 1921
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Claiming, “I must cancel the emptiness of the canvas like an opening gambit in a game of chess,” …

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Claiming, “I must cancel the emptiness of the canvas like an opening gambit in a game of chess,” Françoise Gilot came of age as an artist in the early 1940s, a member of the School of Paris, and has been pursuing a bold, Modernist vision in her paintings and prints ever since. She is perhaps best known for her …

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The Reader, 1950-1959

Lithograph
11 × 9 in
27.9 × 22.9 cm
This is an editioned multiple.
$600
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