Raoul Dufy Musee des Beaux Arts, Nancy, 1956
Medium: Original exhibition lithograph
Condition: Excellent/ Backed on cotton canvas
Edition: Impressions printed on thin structured paper from a small edition
Dimensions: 63.5 x 44.5 cm
Printer: Mourlot Paris
Dufy was a painter and designer noted for his brightly coloured and highly decorative scenes of luxury and pleasure. He was associated with the Fauvist movement and is best known for depicting recreational scenes, such as horse races and regattas. He also worked as an illustrator and printmaker, creating whimsically drawn etchings and lithographs in the 1920s and ‘30s.
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