Hans Bellmer, ‘Dialogue Entre un Prêtre et un Moribond’, 1968, Wallector
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Hans Bellmer

Dialogue Entre un Prêtre et un Moribond, 1968

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19 3/10 × 14 1/5 in
49 × 36 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
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Wallector
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Hand Signed. From the Portfolio "Petit Traité de Morale", Paris, Editions Georges Visat, …

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Hand Signed. From the Portfolio "Petit Traité de Morale", Paris, Editions Georges Visat, 1968.
Copy on Japon Nacré from the additional suite.
Image dimensions: 25x21 cm
Includes passepartout.
Hans Bellmer was a German artist, who, when his works were declared "degenerate" by the Nazi Party in 1938, was …

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Signature
Hand signed.
Hans Bellmer
German, 1902–1975
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Hans Bellmer adopted his controversial practice—the creation of provocative, often grotesque …

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Hans Bellmer adopted his controversial practice—the creation of provocative, often grotesque sculptures of pubescent female dolls—in the 1930s to rebel against the artistic rules and standards of beauty imposed by the Nazi government. After moving to Berlin in 1923, Bellmer became close with the Dada artists, …

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Hans Bellmer, ‘Dialogue Entre un Prêtre et un Moribond’, 1968, Wallector
Hans Bellmer, ‘Dialogue Entre un Prêtre et un Moribond’, 1968, Wallector
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About the work
Wallector
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Hand Signed. From the Portfolio "Petit Traité de Morale", Paris, Editions Georges Visat, …

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Hand Signed. From the Portfolio "Petit Traité de Morale", Paris, Editions Georges Visat, 1968.
Copy on Japon Nacré from the additional suite.
Image dimensions: 25x21 cm
Includes passepartout.
Hans Bellmer was a German artist, who, when his works were declared "degenerate" by the Nazi Party in 1938, was …

Read more
Signature
Hand signed.
Hans Bellmer
German, 1902–1975
Follow

Hans Bellmer adopted his controversial practice—the creation of provocative, often grotesque …

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Hans Bellmer adopted his controversial practice—the creation of provocative, often grotesque sculptures of pubescent female dolls—in the 1930s to rebel against the artistic rules and standards of beauty imposed by the Nazi government. After moving to Berlin in 1923, Bellmer became close with the Dada artists, …

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Hans Bellmer

Dialogue Entre un Prêtre et un Moribond, 1968

Etching
19 3/10 × 14 1/5 in
49 × 36 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
Contact For Price
location
Only Exhibition
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