IDBURY PRINTS

"Everything in nature takes its form from the sphere, the cone, and the cylinder," wrote Cézanne. This combined with the observation by Picasso of splintered reflections in the mirrored brothels of Barcelona is the foundation of Cubism. We have Cubist work by Picasso and Braque, and important lithographs by Léger, whose Cubism is tubular rather than angular. We also have prints by French artists influenced by Cubism, such as Roger Chastel, Marianne Clouzot, Marcel Gromaire, and Jean-Émile Laboureur.

 
FRANCOISE GILOT
Hands 2, 1951
Lithograph
 
OSSIP ZADKINE
Haute mâlerie, 1967
Lithograph
 
JOHN FARLEIGH
He saw the goddess striding like a ship, 1935
Wood engraving [sold]
 
FRANCOISE GILOT
Head (said to be Pablo Picasso), 1951
Lithograph [sold]
 
FRANCOISE GILOT
Head of a Man, 1951
Lithograph
 
FRANCOISE GILOT
Head of a Woman 1, 1951
Lithograph [sold]
 
FRANCOISE GILOT
Head of a Woman 3, 1951
Lithograph [sold]
 
FRANCOISE GILOT
Head of a Woman 4, 1951
Lithograph [sold]
 
FRANCOISE GILOT
Head of a Woman 5, 1951
Lithograph [sold]
 
PABLO PICASSO
Hélène chez Archimède, 1931
Wood engraving
 
REYNOLD ARNOULD
Hippomene defeats Atalanta, 1945
Drypoint
 
JEAN CARZOU
In bed, 1963
Lithograph

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