Bernard Dufour, Pencil Signed Original Lithograph, L’ecran 1972
Artist: Bernard Dufour
Medium: Original Lithograph signed in pencil
Paper: Rives vellum 14.5 x 11 inch
Printed: 1972 by Clot, Bramsen and Georges
Provenance: Portfolio Variation sur L’Imaginaire No. 160/ 190
Biography: Bernard Dufour (1922-2016) was a French painter. He was notable for abstract painting after the Second World War, and later for portraits and human figures. His first solo exhibition was at the Galerie Maeght in 1948, followed by exhibitions in the Jeanne Bucher gallery between 1951 and 1953. Motivated by these successes, he soon signed an exclusive contract with art dealer Pierre Loeb. He collaborated with many writers, including René de Solier, André Pieyre de Mandiargues, Georges Lambrichs, Paule Thévenin and Alain Jouffroy. In the later 1950s, he began to attract attention outside France. Bernard Dufour has 355 available auction results.
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