Print run of 16 copies. This lithograph is numbered 14 out of 16.
Édouard Pignon was a French painter of the New School of Paris, born on February 12, 1905 in Bully-les-Mines and died on May 14, 1993 in La Couture-Boussey. A key figure in French painting in the second half of the 20th century, Edouard Pignon remains an artist yet to be discovered for many. However, from the immediate post-war years until the 1980s, he was one of the main players in the debate that shook the art scene, particularly through his fundamental contribution to the question of figuration.
His unique position lies in the fact that his work - neither figurative nor abstract - is not limited to reproducing the visible, but rather overcomes the obstacle of reality to refigure the world and give a more accurate image of it, as it seems obvious to him that "[his] only way of living is to question the world" through painting. Signed and numbered work in graphite by the artist. Lithograph size: 33 x 24 cm.
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