Sorel Etrog, ‘Key Head, Three Blues’, 1969, Caviar20
Sorel Etrog, ‘Key Head, Three Blues’, 1969, Caviar20
Sorel Etrog, ‘Key Head, Three Blues’, 1969, Caviar20
Sorel Etrog, ‘Key Head, Three Blues’, 1969, Caviar20
Sorel Etrog, ‘Key Head, Three Blues’, 1969, Caviar20

Caviar20 has a particular interest in sculptors who also turn a hand at printmaking.

So it is no surprise to find another fine example of a Sorel Etrog multiple on our site.

The motif of "links" first appears in his drawing in 1964 and then becomes a consistent element of his print work starting in 1965.

It is an fitting element to appear on paper; Etrog often explored forms and figures on before realizing them in metal.

Sorel Etrog (1933 - 2014) is arguably Canada's most famous sculptor.

His work can be found in numerous museum and private collections including the Tate, the AGO and LACMA.

His public sculptures can be found on iconic corners in Toronto, Montreal, Israel and beyond.

Etrog was elected a member of the Order of Canada in 1994 and two years later became a Chevalier of Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in France.

This lithograph is a great example of Etrog's aesthetic and signature form - an ideal starter piece for your collection.
Signed and numbered 3/90 by the artist

Signed and numbered 3/90 by the artist

Caviar20 has a particular interest in sculptors who also turn a hand at printmaking.

So it is no surprise to find another fine example of a Sorel Etrog multiple on our site.

The motif of "links" first appears in his drawing in 1964 and then becomes a consistent element of his print work starting in 1965.

It is an fitting element to appear on paper; Etrog often explored forms and figures on before realizing them in metal.

Sorel Etrog (1933 - 2014) is arguably Canada's most famous sculptor.

His work can be found in numerous museum and private collections including the Tate, the AGO and LACMA.

His public sculptures can be found on iconic corners in Toronto, Montreal, Israel and beyond.

Etrog was elected a member of the Order of Canada in 1994 and two years later became a Chevalier of Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in France.

This lithograph is a great example of Etrog's aesthetic and signature form - an ideal starter piece for your collection.

Signature: Signed and numbered II/XAP by the artist

Publisher: Arte - Paris, France

About Sorel Etrog