Maurice Wyckaert (1923-–1996) - Vues VII

Description
Maurice Wyckaert (1923-–1996) - Vues VII
Lithograph - Signed - 100 ex. - 1972

- Original lithograph by Maurice Wyckaert (Brussels, 1923 – 1996)
- Hand-signed and numbered (34/100) in pencil
- Edition: Éditions Atelier Clot, Paris

Will be shipped professionally packed with track and trace.

Maurice Wyckaert was born in Brussels. He was a neo-expressionist, lyrical-abstract painter, maker of gouaches and graphic artist. He made his debut with expressionist still lifes in a style that reminiscent of that of J. Brusselmans. He evolved from figurative to a dynamic abstract language of forms to offer a free interpretation of the landscape. He had his breakthrough in the early 1970s. Jules Raeymaekers Award of the Royal Academy, mention by the JPB (1957) and mention at the Biennale Sao Paulo (1961). He was a member of Présence (1949), Taptoe Brussels (1955) and the Situationistische Internationale. He was co-founder of magazine De Meridiaan. His work can be found in the metro station Jacques Brel in Brussels and in the museums of Brussels, Tournai, Ghent, Ostend (PMMK), Schiedam, Silkeborg, Helsinki, Vienna, Lausanne and Sao Paulo.

Lot details
Artist
Maurice Wyckaert (1923-–1996)
Title of artwork
Vues VII
Technique
Lithograph
Signature
Signed
Year
1972
Period
1970-1979
Edition
100 ex.
Condition
Good
Image size
16×19 cm
Total dimensions
24×32×0 cm
Sold with frame
No
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