Untitled (Galerie Soleils, Paris) by Jean Carzou
Jean Carzou of Armenian origin was born in Syria in 1907 and witnessed the genocide and destruction of World War and economic hardship. A prolific artist in all mediums, including lithography, his meditative works reflect the serious concerns that surrounded his life and times.
This vintage fine art reproduction, now almost 60 years old, was produced for an exhibition of his graphic works at the Galerie Soleils in Paris and was archived by the National Library in Paris with their official stamp present on the upper portion of the image. It is a stunning work and an excellent example of his creative talent as a lithographer using a vibrant red background and is a recognition of his widespread national and international acclaim as a fine artist. The image verso includes vital data and provenance pertaining to the exhibit held in March of 1962.
Technical Details: Fine Art Reproduction. Printed 1962, Imp. Union, Paris. Image size 9 x 13 inches.