- Original colour silkscreen print by Pol Mara (Borgerhout, 1920 - 1998).
- Issued following the important expo: 2nd TRIËNNALE BRUGES
- Signed by hand, dated (‘71) and numbered (12/100) in pencil.
- Printing studio: Veys, Pittem
- Publisher: Provincial government of West Flanders, culture Department
From the graphics folder "2nd Triennial Bruges", with work by Roger Raveel, Pol Mara, Balder and Willy Plompen
This work will be shipped professionally packed and with track and trace.
Pol Mara started to introduce photorealistic elements in his work in the early 1960s, in terms of themes consistent with the emerging mass communication by "appropriations" directly from other media such as television, film, and illustrated magazines. It does come close to e.g. The American Rauschenberg. He received many official honours. The memory of Pol Mara is kept alive by the Musee Pol Mara in Gordes (France).
- Pol Mara (Borgerhout, 1920 - 1998)
- Title of artwork
- 2de TRIËNNALE BRUGGE
- Hand signed
- 100 ex
- As new
- Image size
- 50×36 cm
- Total dimensions
- 56×36×0 cm
- Sold with frame