A special work by internationally renowned artist Stanley William Hayter. The same work is also in the possession of several museums such as Het Stedelijk in Amsterdam.
Stanley William Hayter (London, 27 December 1901 – Paris, 4 May 1988) was a British artist and printmaker. He is seen as one of the most important graphic artists of the 20th century. In 1927 he founded the legendary Atelier 17 in Paris, after his death renamed to Atelier Contrepoint.
Many different artists joined Hayter in Atelier 17. Not only big names such as Miró, Picasso and Kandinsky, but also less experienced artists nationally and internationally. Various young artists worked in the Studio with a scholarship from the French Government, such as Cees Kortlang in 1965.
At the outbreak of WW II, Stanley William Hayter moved the studio to New York. Big names such as Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko made works in Atelier 17 in New York.
This is the first Early Collectors auction by Art Dumay. It is a mix of world famous artists and the talents yet to be discovered. This auction gives new collectors the chance to get acquainted with prints and limited editions. With works by Marc Chagall & Marlene Dumas, but also by Dutch artists such as Jan Worst and Bob van Blommestein.
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- Stanley William Hayter (1901-1988)
- Titolo dell’opera
- Firmato a mano
- Buone condizioni
- Dimensioni totali
- 20×30×0 cm