Born in England, he became an extremely important and influential printmaker. He was early on associated with Surrealism and then later with Abstract Expressionism. He was the founder of the famous ATELIER 17 in Paris. During World War 2 he left Paris and came to New York where he recreated ATELIER 17. Later he would return to Paris and re-establish the workshop. He was very prolific and produced 452 prints in total.
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Color engraving, softground & scorper, 1957
13 1/2 in. x 9 1/2 in. (343 mm x 241 mm)
Edition of 50 (Trial proof)
Catalogue Reference: Black and Moorehead 232.
Availability: In Stock
"Feu Sous L'Eau"
Color engraving, etc, 1955
10 1/4 in. x 7 in. (260 mm x 178 mm)
Edition of 50
Catalogue Reference: Black & Moorhead 221