Silkscreen/Serigraph - Hand signed - limited edition 190 - 1969
|Title of artwork:||Prent 190 , Eclips|
|Edition:||limited edition 190|
|Image size:||70×50 cm|
|Sold with frame:||No|
Signed silkscreen print - edition 190 copies.
- Original silkscreen print by Etienne Elias (Ostend, 1936-2007)
-This work ‘Eclipse’ made as pre-issue, Prent 190.
- Signed by hand, numbered (29/190)
- Dimensions: 65 x 50 cm
- Published in Utrecht
-Condition: considering its age the print itself is in good condition and beautiful in colour; it is already 50 years old of course.
Prent 190 was an initiative from the mid-sixties by art dealer Louis Gans (1930 – 2012). Gans' intention was to make original art accessible to a wider audience. Every year, Gans chose 7 Dutch artists and 3 from abroad.
The number 190 refers to the edition of the prints, of which an important part was printed by the Amsterdam master printer Piet Clement. There is a graphic art of amongst others Constant, Bram van Velde, Karel Appel, Bram Bogart, Jan Schoonhoven and Roger Raveel, Lucassen, Visser Carel,
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Thank you. Received the book. Nice.
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