IDBURY PRINTS

A lithograph is printed from the flat plane of a lithographic stone (or sometimes a metal plate of zinc or aluminium), and hence lithographs are referred to as planographic prints (as opposed to relief or intaglio). The artist usually executes the image directly on the stone, although sometimes images created elsewhere are transferred from the paper used by the artist onto the stone by craftsmen. The principle behind lithographic printing is the natural repulsion between oil and water. The master printer of lithographs in the twentieth century was Fernand Mourlot, the printer of choice for Picasso, Bonnard, Matisse, and many others.

 
MAURICE DE VLAMINCK
A Village in Sarthe, 1958
Lithograph
 
FERNAND KHNOPFF
A violinist, 1898
Lithograph
 
ANTHONY GROSS
A Visit to the Opera, 1950
Lithograph
 
JEAN-DENIS MALCLES
A wedding, 1943
Lithograph
 
ROGER MONTANE
A winter's day, 1963
Lithograph
 
AVNI ARBAS
A young couple seen through a window, 1965
Lithograph [sold]
 
CARL THEODOR MEYER-BASEL
Abend am Chiemsee, 1901
Lithograph
 
PETER CHEVALIER
Abraham and the ram, 1986
Lithograph
 
FRANCISCO BORES
Abstract composition, 1962
Lithograph
 
ALEXANDER CALDER
Abstract composition, 1976
Lithograph
 
HENRI MATISSE
Acanthes, 1953
Lithograph [sold]
 
CONSTANT AMBROISE ROUX
Achille, 1894
Lithograph [sold]

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