André Barbe - Plaque aluminium - Série Cinéma

Description
André Barbe - Plaque aluminium - Série Cinéma
André Barbe - Near mint - 1 plate - Format: 60 x 40 cm.

With the offset technique, the aluminium plate is the last medium required for printing on paper. It consists of a inked area which prints the paper and another one that rejects it. The plate, attached to a cylinder and inked, comes into contact with the paper.

There is only one plate per illustration.

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It may be framed, placed under glass or left with its technical aspect. It will be very easily cut if you want to crop it to the illustration size: 60 cm x 40 cm

The rendering is very original.

Size: 65 cm x 53 cm

See pictures, taken without flash, they are an integral part of the description.
Shipped in flat position with track & trace, packed with care.

André François Barbe a.k.a BARBE (1936-2014) was a cartoonist of humour and eroticism and one of the leading French cartoonists of the 20th century.
Both a comic book artist and a press cartoonist for major French and European newspapers (L’Expansion, Le Magazine Littéraire, Les Échos, Punch (United Kingdom), Die Zeit (Germany), Playboy (USA), etc.).
Soft and poetic eroticism, of great finesse.
He worked for 'Le Rire', 'Pilote', 'Hara-Kiri', 'Charlie-Hebdo’, and ‘l’Echo des Savanes’, among others.

Has also illustrated Don Juan, the full text of Da Ponte, the Mozart opera (La Découverte (1991), Le Cantique des Cantiques (La musardine 2000 etc.)
Member of the French artists’ collective ‘Humoristes Associés’ with Fred, Blachon, Bridenne, Trez, Napo, Avoine, Sabatier, Serre, Siné, etc.
His last exhibition was held at the An-Girard gallery in Paris in 2012.

Lot details
Object
plate
No. of items
1
Series
André Barbe
Title
Plaque aluminium - Série Cinéma
Condition
Near mint
Publisher
Format: 60 x 40 cm.
Artist
André Barbe
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