Émile Sabouraud - Trois femmes

Description
Émile Sabouraud - Trois femmes
Lithograph - Hand signed - 66/175

Émile Sabouraud (1900 - 1996)

‘Trois femmes’ original chromolithograph, signed, numbered, referenced
Size: 66 x 50 cm
Image size: 51 x 47 cm
Vellum paper
Numbered: 66/175
Never displayed, nor framed.
Tracked international parcel



Son of a doctor, Émile Sabouraud was also the eldest brother of the pianist Cécile de Brunhoff, wife of Jean de Brunhoff, the creator of Babar

Othon Friesz’ student at the Grande Chaumière Academy (circa 1918-1920) and a member of the Pre-Saint-Gervais Group, he exhibited at the Salon des Indépendants, the Salon d'Automne and the Salon des Tuileries. He was a resident of Villa Abd-El-Tif in Algiers from 1935 to 1936. After his return to France, he joined the painters of poetic reality. He was a professor at the Julian Academy (1946) and the decorative arts school of Paris (1954 – 1970). We owe him a theoretical text, La figuration (1979)

Main exhibitions:


1951 - Carnegie Foundation, Pittsburg
1951 - New Gallery, New York
1979 and 1982, Musée de Grenoble

Lot details
Artist
Émile Sabouraud
Title of artwork
Trois femmes
Technique
Lithograph
Signature
Hand signed
Period
1970-1979
Edition
66/175
Condition
As new
Image size
51×47 cm
Total dimensions
66×50×66 cm
Sold with frame
No
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