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Giacomo Manzù

Head of Oedipus II, 1970

Etching and Aquatint
25 1/5 × 19 3/10 × 1/10 in
64 × 49 × 0.2 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
€2,700
location
Only Exhibition
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Wallector
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Beautiful etching and aquantint realized by Manzù in 1970, for Touchstone New York, and part of the …

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Beautiful etching and aquantint realized by Manzù in 1970, for Touchstone New York, and part of the Suite "King Oedipus". Limited edition of 125 prints, numbered and signed. Perfect conditions.

Signature
Hand signed and numbered.
Publisher
Touchstone, New York
Giacomo Manzù
Italian, 1908–1991
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At the apex of his career, sculptor Giacomo Manzù adhered to three principle motifs: life-size …

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At the apex of his career, sculptor Giacomo Manzù adhered to three principle motifs: life-size nudes, Catholic iconography, and the painter with his model. In refining his style, he phased out terracotta and stucco, concentrating on bronze and, to a lesser extent, marble. Manzù intended the simplified human figures …

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Beautiful etching and aquantint realized by Manzù in 1970, for Touchstone New York, and part of the …

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Beautiful etching and aquantint realized by Manzù in 1970, for Touchstone New York, and part of the Suite "King Oedipus". Limited edition of 125 prints, numbered and signed. Perfect conditions.

Signature
Hand signed and numbered.
Publisher
Touchstone, New York
Giacomo Manzù
Italian, 1908–1991
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At the apex of his career, sculptor Giacomo Manzù adhered to three principle motifs: life-size …

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At the apex of his career, sculptor Giacomo Manzù adhered to three principle motifs: life-size nudes, Catholic iconography, and the painter with his model. In refining his style, he phased out terracotta and stucco, concentrating on bronze and, to a lesser extent, marble. Manzù intended the simplified human figures …

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Giacomo Manzù

Head of Oedipus II, 1970

Etching and Aquatint
25 1/5 × 19 3/10 × 1/10 in
64 × 49 × 0.2 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
€2,700
location
Only Exhibition
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