The dragon king's daughter waterfall - Pat Steir
Since 1989, the Louvre Museum and the Réunion des musées nationaux have entrusted contemporary artists with the task of producing engraved plates for Chalcography, which ensures the exclusivity of the print run, without limitation on the number of prints.
Very different trends in contemporary art are represented. Geneviève Asse meets Georg Baselitz, Pierre Courtin, Jean-Pierre Pincemin, Pat Steir, Jean-Michel Alberola, Robert Morris, Louise Bourgeois, Markus Raetz, Pierre Alechinsky or Agathe May.
Pat Steir was born in 1938 in Newark (USA). This artist devotes herself to landscape painting. Waterfalls are found in many of his works, which allows him to exploit the verticality of the canvas.
She is deeply influenced by Asian art, first discovered in American collections, then during trips to China and Taiwan.
- Delivery :
- Order shipped directly from the Art Workshops within 3 weeks.
- Copper plate size :
- Dimensions :
- 75 x 105 cm
- Museum :
- Musée du Louvre
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- Reference :
- Editor :
- Atelier Chalcographie Rmn-GP
- Author :
- Pat Steir (né en 1938)