French (1883 – 1956)
Marie Laurencin lithographs, etchings, and books
Marie Laurencin lithographs and etchings are featured at the Lockport Street Gallery. Laurencin is best known for her illustrations of beautiful women. These include etchings, lithographs, and illustrated books. She works with the eyes. Pastel gray, rose, and blue are her favorite colors/tones. She was born and educated in Paris. She had friendships with members of the Cubist and Fauvist schools. Laurencin had a working relationship with Picasso.
Daniel Marchesseau catalogued her works. These include etchings, lithographs, and books. The title of the book is “Marie Laurencin Catalogue Raisonne de L’Oevre Grave.” This is a rare catalogue. Japanese is the language. There is an addendum in English. The addendum is of some help. However, it is not the best. The poet/artist Apollinaire was her friend. He is the father of Surrealism. She is one of Modern Art’s most exceptional artists. The edition size of her signed etchings and lithographs is quite small. Therefore, they are usually around 100. There are numerous restrike impressions. These are signed in the plate. We feature original signed etchings and lithographs.
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We show the works unframed. This method best displays the image. But we will be happy to custom frame them to your specifications.
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