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Wifredo Lam

Sans Titre (7901), 1979

Aquatint Etching
20 × 26 × 1/10 in
50.8 × 66 × 0.3 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
$2,500
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Artist: Wifredo Lam, Cuban (1902 - 1982)
Title: Sans Titre (7901)
Year: 1979
Medium: Aquatint Etching, …

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Artist: Wifredo Lam, Cuban (1902 - 1982)
Title: Sans Titre (7901)
Year: 1979
Medium: Aquatint Etching, Signed in pencil
Edition: 99, XXX + HC
Image Size: 13 x 15.5 inches
Size: 20 in. x 26 in. (50.8 cm x 66.04 cm)

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Hand-signed by artist, Signed in pencil
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Wifredo Lam
Cuban, 1902–1982
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A major early 20th-century painter, Wifredo Lam fused elements of Cubism and Surrealism with African culture in paintings that were exhibited alongside those of Pablo Picasso and other Cubists and Fauvists. A native Cuban, Lam hailed from Chinese, European, Indian, and mixed-African descent, and he was deeply influenced by African spiritual practices such as Santeria. He studied in Spain under the same teacher as Salvador Dalí and became a friend of Picasso after moving to Paris in 1938. After returning to Havana in 1941, Lam began producing paintings that were dominated by hybridized human-animal-vegetal figures. There he produced his most famous work, The Jungle (1943), which depicted four grotesque figures with mask-like faces emerging from dense vegetation, and has drawn comparisons with Picasso’s masterpiece Guernica (1937).

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Artist: Wifredo Lam, Cuban (1902 - 1982)
Title: Sans Titre (7901)
Year: 1979
Medium: Aquatint Etching, …

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Artist: Wifredo Lam, Cuban (1902 - 1982)
Title: Sans Titre (7901)
Year: 1979
Medium: Aquatint Etching, Signed in pencil
Edition: 99, XXX + HC
Image Size: 13 x 15.5 inches
Size: 20 in. x 26 in. (50.8 cm x 66.04 cm)

Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Signed in pencil
Certificate of authenticity
Not included
Frame
Not included
Price ranges of medium-sized prints by Wifredo Lam
Learn more
Browse works in this category
$2,500–$2,750
This work
$0
$5,250+
Wifredo Lam
Cuban, 1902–1982
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A major early 20th-century painter, Wifredo Lam fused elements of Cubism and Surrealism with African culture in paintings that were exhibited alongside those of Pablo Picasso and other Cubists and Fauvists. A native Cuban, Lam hailed from Chinese, European, Indian, and mixed-African descent, and he was deeply influenced by African spiritual practices such as Santeria. He studied in Spain under the same teacher as Salvador Dalí and became a friend of Picasso after moving to Paris in 1938. After returning to Havana in 1941, Lam began producing paintings that were dominated by hybridized human-animal-vegetal figures. There he produced his most famous work, The Jungle (1943), which depicted four grotesque figures with mask-like faces emerging from dense vegetation, and has drawn comparisons with Picasso’s masterpiece Guernica (1937).

Wifredo Lam

Sans Titre (7901), 1979

Aquatint Etching
20 × 26 × 1/10 in
50.8 × 66 × 0.3 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
$2,500
Ships from Long Island City, NY, US
Free shipping worldwide
location
Long Island City
Locked
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