Le Corbusier

£710.00

Tapisseries, en L’eglise de Chateau-Felletin-Creuse by Le Corbusier

Le Corbusier exhibition poster: Tapisseries, en L’eglise de Chateau-Fellentin-Creuse, 1963
This is an original lithographic Le Corbusier exhibition poster.

This beautiful and rare Le Corbusier art poster can also be professionally framed in natural woods and waxes.

Add this striking vintage  Le Corbusier art poster to your collection.

Traditional stone lithograph printed by Atelier Mourlot

Year: 1963

Dimensions: 25 x 19 in, 63.5 x 48.3 cm

Le Corbusier was born Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris in Switzerland and assumed the pseudonym  when he moved to Paris in 1917. He was an architect who belonged to the first generation of the International School of Architecture and his work was chiefly built with steel and reinforced concrete and worked with elemental geometric forms. In 1918, Corbu met Cubist painter Amédée Ozenfant who encouraged him to paint. His architectural education comes through in his later painting as emphasized by clear forms and structures.

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