Le Corbusier – Cortége Portfolio (B & W)
Le Corbusier Trois Verres d’aperitif Lithograph
Le Corbusier Trois Verres d’aperitif is one of twelve different plates, from: Cortège (Weber 86-97, 100-101)
Black and White Edition of 150
Medium: Traditional stone lithograph on BFK Rives wove paper printed by Atelier Mourlot
Dimensions: 102 cm x 71 cm
Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris was raised in Switzerland. When he relocated to Paris in 1917, he took the pseudonym Le Corbusier. Primarily an architect who belonged to the International School of Architecture’s first generation, his work was mainly built using steel and reinforced concrete, and he worked with elementary 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 emphasised by clear forms and structures.
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