The sportsman with the legs cut off. Original lithography signed in pencil at the bottom right and numbered in pencil \"97/100\" at the bottom left. Dimensions: 77 x 57 cm. Some minimal wear (see photos). The work will be shipped rolled.
Roland Topor, born in Paris on January 7, 1938, and died in the same city on April 16, 1997, is a French illustrator, draughtsman, painter, writer, poet, director, singer, actor and filmmaker. The son of the painter and sculptor Abram topor, the young roland spent his first years in Paris, in the 10th arrondissement, on rue jacques-louvel-tessier, and then in Savoy, where his parents, Polish and Jewish immigrants, hid from the Nazi occupier between 1941 and 1945.Topor studied the fine arts of betting from 1955 and in 1958 produced the cover of the bizarre magazine, which was his first publication. In 1960, the House of Fine Arts organized its first exhibition, while its first book of drawings, the masochists, was published by e. He also published his first short story, Lamour fou, in the fiction magazine, to which he collaborated regularly. From 1961, topor collaborated with the newspaper hara-kiri, of which he shared the cult of black humour, stripping and cynical, but also, in a more rosy vein, in the magazine her. In 1962, with fernando arrabal and alexandro jodorowsky, he was one of the creators of the panic movement. He is the brother of the Hélène historian of almeida-topor and the uncle of the fabric historian of almeida. The item \"topor roland lithography original portrait sportsman surrealism painting\" is on sale since Monday, November 2, 2020. It is in the category \"art, antiques-art of the 20th, contemporary prints, engravings\". The seller is \"batou91\" and is located in bets. This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.