Georges Rouault “Head of Girl” Lithograph printed Verve 1939
Lithograph printed in 1939 for Verve,
Paper Size: Vellum paper 14 x 10.5 inch
Certificate of Authenticity Is Included
Georges Rouault: (1871-1958) expressionist & religious painter, at 14th year-old worked stained-glass windows before studying at the School of Fine Arts in Paris, was the curator of the Moreau Museum, part of the Fauvism creation with Matisse. He concentrated on Biblical paintings, etchings & lithographs, his style was basically melancholy. Many Museum and permanent collections across the world are exhebiting Rouault’s artwork.