View and perspective of the palace and gardens of the Tuileries, 1992 - Arnulf Rainer
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, Marcus Raetz, Pierre Alechinsky or Agathe May.
Arnulf Rainer was born in Baden (Austria) in 1929. Close to fantastic realism, he founded the Hundsgruppe (Dog Group) with Fuchs, Lehmden and Bauer.
After his early discovery of American abstract expressionism (1951-1954), he became the most famous representative of the Austrian expressionist movement. The artist was introduced to engraving in 1963.
In 1981, he was appointed professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna and also teaches in Stuttgart.
- Delivery :
- Order shipped directly from the Art Workshops within 3 weeks.
- Copper plate size :
- Dimensions :
- 40 x 50 cm
- Museum :
- Musée du Louvre
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- Editor :
- Atelier Chalcographie Rmn-GP
- Author :
- Arnulf Rainer (né en 1929)