La Rapita

La Rapita is an original contemporary artwork realized by Roland Topor in 1981.

Spray on paper. Frame included (cm 105 x 76).

Hand-signed, dated and titled on the upper left corner: Roland Topor 7-1981 La Rapita.

Excellent conditions.

€1,900.00
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La Rapita is an original contemporary artwork realized by Roland Topor in 1981.

Spray on paper. Frame included (cm 105 x 76).

Hand-signed, dated and titled on the upper left corner: Roland Topor 7-1981 La Rapita.

Excellent conditions.

Beautiful work on paper realized with a contemporary technique: spray on paper. The work depicts the figure of a man on the foreground and a screen on the background with two opened eyes. The work is very interesting for the choice of the colors: dark and cold, and for the interesting subjects represented.

Roland Topor (1938–1997) was a French illustrator, cartoonist, comics artist, painter, novelist, playwright, film and TV writer, filmmaker and actor, known for the surreal nature of his work. He was of Jewish origins and spent the early years of his life in Savoy, where his family hid him from the Nazi peril. Roland Topor wrote the novel The Tenant (Le Locataire chimérique, 1964), which was adapted to the film by Roman Polanski in 1976. With René Laloux, Topor made The Dead Times (Les Temps Morts, 1964), The Snails (Les Escargots, 1965) and their most famous work, the feature length La Planete Sauvage (1973).

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Artist Roland Topor
Typology Original Prints
Technique Offset
Year 1991
Dimensions (cm) 100 x 79
Country of Manufacture France
Subject Abstract

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