Lithographs on paper - 2009
|Title of artwork:||Le Petit Prince et le serpent (The Little Prince a|
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry (after) - Le Petit Prince et le serpent (The Little Prince and The Snake)
Lithograph on BFK Rives paper
Plate-signed from the edition of 300.
Dimensions 40x50 cm (15.7'x19.7' in)
Color lithograph after the watercolor illustrations by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry from his beloved masterpiece "The Little Prince". It was printed in 2009 in our workshop of Art-Lithographies in Paris using thick pur chiffon BFK Rives paper and published by Michel de Seguins in Paris.
The lithograph is plate-signed from the edition of 300, features the dry stamp of the artist’s Estate and will be sold with a certificate of authenticity, signed by the original printer, our company Artvalue.com.
We are not a dealer, we are printers and publishers and you would be getting that lithograph straight from us, the original printers of that edition. It will be shipped using FedEx.
Full of life, what makes these drawings really extraordinary is that they at once embody and counter Saint-Exupéry’s most memorable line — “What is essential is invisible to the eye” — by seeking to make visible, even seen, the creative craftsmanship of a man who long after his death continues to move generations with his tender tale about the meaning of life.
The Morgan Library in New York showcased 43 of the book's earliest drawings, as well as the author's personal letters, photographs and more during an early 2014 exhibit, The Little Prince: A New York Story.
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