Fragrances Marines- framed Lithograph by Emile Bellet
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Don’t miss out on owning this beautiful Lithograph created by Emile Bellet. The familiar female figure used throughout his work is symbolic of his impression of femininity. She represents all women, and for this reason has no facial expression. She is timeless and ageless, and universal. As a self taught artist he has aligned himself with the discipline of the "Fauvres", or savages - a school of artists who lived at the turn of the 20th century, which included Matisse, Cezanne, Dufy, and Vlaminck.
The Lithograph is in color on woven paper. Signed in pencil lower right and numbered. From the numbered edition of 450 (100 European artist’s proofs, 100 artist’s proofs, 100 hors commerce proofs, 19 printer’s proofs, and 3 bon a tirer impressions also exist).
Fragrances Marines - Bellet, Emile Registration No: 132154.0397 2003 16 1/8” x 11 ½”
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