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Fables / Original signed lithograph
Original lithograph, signed in pencil.
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Le catalogue raisonné de l’oeuvre gravé d’Antoni Clavé, pour la période 1939-1976, a été établi par Roger Passeron et publié par les Editions Office du Livre (Fribourg, Suisse) en 1977. L’auteur répertorie 364 œuvres originales imprimées sur papier ou estampes : gravures (aquatintes et eaux-fortes), lithographies, gravures au carborundum, linogravures, reliefs gravés sur métal. Il s’agit d’oeuvres isolées ou réalisées dans le cadre du portefeuille. L’ouvrage recense également l’essentiel des livres illustrés par Antoni Clavé pour la période, soit 11 ouvrages, dont les importants « Gargantua » en 1955 et « La Gloire des rois » en 1976, qui ouvrirent d’autres voies d’inspiration à l’artiste. L’oeuvre graphique de Clavé est la résultante de deux forces, sa passion artisanale et sa sensibilité artistique. Comme dans tous les domaines qu’il aborda, le peintre s’engagea pleinement dans son œuvre sur papier, physiquement autant que mentalement.
C.R. « L’œuvre gravé, 1939-1976 », par R. Passeron, Ed. Office du Livre, Fribourg (Suisse), 1977
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Illustration size 9.8 x 14.1 inches Paper size (or piece size) : 11 x 14.9 inches
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