Apocalypse

Untitled is an original artwork realized by Charles Lapicque in 1974.

Original colored lithograph.

Good conditions. Printed by Mourlot, France.

This lithograph was realized by the artist in 1974 for éditions XXe Siècle - Le Surrèalisme II - XLIII - 74.

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Untitled is an original artwork realized by Charles Lapicque in 1974.

Original colored lithograph.

Good conditions. Printed by Mourlot, France.

This lithograph was realized by the artist in 1974 for éditions XXe Siècle - Le Surrèalisme II - XLIII - 74.

The artwork represents an abstract figure with a long fiery red tongue.

Charles Lapicque (1898 - 1988) was a French painter known for his brightly colored depictions of landscapes and figures. His focused on the optical research, which would serve him well later as an artist with a particularly keen sensitivity to the play of light. Until the end, his artistic practice was informed by his interest in the precise study of color and his innovative experimentations with color perception and composition.

Gualtieri di San Lazzaro (Giuseppe Papa, 1904-1974), editor, collector, and critic, gave life to a major magazine of contemporary art: he founded and directed the magazine XXe Siècle, published in Paris since 1938, dedicating each issue to a different theme of contemporary art and illustrating it with original graphics by masters such as Arp, Henri Laurens, Miró, Klee, Moore, Marino Marini, Magnelli, Picasso etc.

Discover many more of his prints on Wallector.com!

More Information
Artist Charles Lapicque
Typology Original Prints
Technique Lithograph
Year 1974
Editor Mourlot
Dimensions (cm) 31 x 23.5
Subject Abstract

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