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Léger and the New Realists The MAMAC collections in Biot - Exhibition catalog

ES708020
WRITTEN IN FRENCH

Fascinated by progress, speed, lights and advertising slogans punctuating the urban space, Fernand Léger (1881-1955) participated in the modernist revolution by framing reality in its most prosaic forms. Through this exhibition and the accompanying catalogue, an aesthetic, thematic...
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Characteristics

Number of pages
208
Dimensions
24,5x29,4x1,8 cm
Artist
Fernand Léger (1881-1955)
Number of illustrations
150
Museum
Musée Fernand-Léger
Art movement
20th century
LÉGER ET LES NOUVEAUX RÉALISME
Reference
ES708020
EAN
9782711880201
Matière de l'article
Papier, carton
Size of the book
Paperback without flap
Editor
RMNGP
Publication date
19 juin 2024
Diffusor
EDITIONS FLAMMARION
Distributor
EDITIONS FLAMMARION

The work and its artist

Fernand Léger (1881-1955)

Fernand Léger, born February 4, 1881, in Argentan (Orne) and died August 17, 1955 in Gif-sur-Yvette (Essonne), was a French painter, also creator of tapestry and stained glass cartoons, decorator, ceramist, sculptor, draughtsman and illustrator. He was one of the first to publicly exhibit Cubist-oriented work, although his style has sometimes been described as "Tubist".