Original Lithograph "Homage a Georges Braque" by Joan Miro (1893 - 1993)
This is an Original Lithograph (Signed in the Stone) entitled, "Hommage a Georges Braque" which was done by Joan Miro (1893 - 1993) for a special exhibition by Galerie Maeght (Derriere Le Miroir No. 144 - 146) in 1964 to honor Georges Braque following his death in 1963. This piece is newly museum matted (acid-free) in custom black matte with a black frame - very striking, dramatic presentation! "Derrière le Miroir" was a very sophisticated art journal published by French art dealer, Aime Maeght from 1956 – 1982. Over its timeline, it published approximately 250 issues. Galerie Maeght opened in Paris in 1945 and exhibited the work of many of the most distinguished contemporary artists of the time- including Matisse, Braque, Léger, Steinberg, Chagall, Bram, Miró, Kandinsky, Giacometti, Calder, Derain and Bonnard as well as many others. Our Derrière le Miroir collection are the original lithographs from those publications and are all museum matted (acid-free) to protect them from any damage or foxing. The image is 11" x 15" and framed measures 21.75" x 24.75". These are not reproductions or posters and many, if not most, are authenticated by either French writing and other artifacts available on the back of each piece.
FRAMED: HEIGHT: 21¾ in | WIDTH: 24¾ in
UNFRAMED: HEIGHT: 11 in | WIDTH: 15 in
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CONDITION: Excellent; newly museum matted (acid-free) and professionally framed.