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Huit filles dans un pré

Huit filles dans un pré, 1926 by Marie Laurencin is an etching with Hand-coloring in colored pencils by the artist. It is signed at the bottom. This work features eight young women figures with a light and pale color palette. It has its provenance from the collection of HM Petiet. Marchesseau 96.

Marie Laurencin  was a French painter and printmaker. She became an important figure in the Parisian avant-garde as a member of the Cubists associated with the Section d’Or. She was known for her delicate depictions of young women in idyllic landscapes. Using muted pinks, dove grays, and mint greens the artist created dreamlike visions of reality.

Medium

Etching with Hand-coloring in colored pencils

Year

1926

Edition

Proof

Catalogue Raisonné

Marchesseau 96

Signature

Signed

Size 5 x 3.15 (in)
12.9 x 8 (cm)
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Huit filles dans un pré, 1926 by Marie Laurencin is an etching with Hand-coloring in colored pencils by the artist. It is signed at the bottom. This work features eight young women figures with a light and pale color palette. It has its provenance from the collection of HM Petiet. Marchesseau 96.

Marie Laurencin  was a French painter and printmaker. She became an important figure in the Parisian avant-garde as a member of the Cubists associated with the Section d’Or. She was known for her delicate depictions of young women in idyllic landscapes. Using muted pinks, dove grays, and mint greens the artist created dreamlike visions of reality.

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Medium

Etching with Hand-coloring in colored pencils

Year

1926

Edition

Proof

Catalogue Raisonné

Marchesseau 96

Signature

Signed

Size 5 x 3.15 (in)
12.9 x 8 (cm)
Price Price on Request