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A mid century limited edition (55/260) coloured lithograph, signed and numbered by the established French abstract artist Jean Deyrolle.

Jean Deyrolle was a famous French abstract painter who belonged to the post-war School of Paris.  Deyrolle exhibited extensively in France and internationally where his work received critical acclaim. His works are held in the collections of numerous art museums including Musée d’Art Moderne de Ville de Paris; Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; Bibliothéque Nationale, Paris; Brussels; Budapest; Copenhagen; Oslo; Turin; Sao Paolo and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.

Jean Deyrolle died in Toulon, France on 30th August 1967, aged 56.

This mid century print is housed behind glass in a very complementary wood frame. There are some very minor scuffs to the frame, and a slight overall age toning (commensurate with age) to the print that adds to the overall appeal of the piece, which is in good condition otherwise.

Size: 69 x 49 cm (including the frame)

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69 x 49 cm (including the frame)


Coloured lithograph on paper


Frame as seen in photos is included. Framed behind glass.


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