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Hans Hartung Lithograph Farandole 13, Signed & numbered 1971

$1,100.00

Medium: Original Lithograph
Marks:Pemcil signed & numbered 19 / 75
paper: Guarro paper 19.5 x 29 inch folded as published
Printed: 1971 by Poligrafa publishing, Barcelona.
Provenance: Farandole Portfolio, Limited Edition numbered XiX / LXXV
Condition: Fine
COA: Included

 

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Artist: Hans Hartung (1904 -1989)
Country: Germany
Title: Farandole 13
Medium: Original Lithograph
Marks:Pemcil signed & numbered 19 / 75
paper: Guarro paper 19.5 x 29 inch folded as published
Printed: 1971 by Poligrafa publishing, Barcelona.
Provenance: Farandole Portfolio, Limited Edition numbered XiX / LXXV
Condition: Fine
COA: Included

 

Biography: Hans Hartung (1904 -1989) was born in Germany  moved to Paris in 1935 and became a French citizen in 1946. Hartung began painting in 1922 and formulated his own abstract style. After the war, he became known as a leader of the Art Informel movement. Hartung settled in Paris in 1932, he met Kandinsky, Mondrian, Miró and Calder and exhibited works at the “Salon des Surindépendants”. In 1960, Hartung was one out of two winners of the painting prize at the Venice Biennale. In 1977 he became a member of the Académie des Beaux-Arts in Paris and in 1981 was awarded the Oskar-Kokoschka-Prize of the Republic of Austria. In December 2017 one of his works (T1956-13) crossed $3 million threshold for the first time ($3.1 million, Sotheby’s Paris). In 2018, his auction turnover rose by 80% to nearly $9 million.

 

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