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Modernist Abstract Lithograph By Fernand Leger - Mid Century Modern Saul Bass Era Print

It's hard to imagine a more spot on example of the Modernist aesthetic than this amazing lithograph. Featuring an abstract image by famed French cubist Fernand Leger, this piece is absolutely stunning, from its amazing sense of color to the quality of the line work. Calling to mind the phenomenal work of Saul Bass, with a hint of Picasso thrown in, this piece is printed on very fine paper, which shows only the slightest age. There is one very small tear on the right side of the print (image 4), as well as a bit of soot in the upper right hand corner, though both of these issues are very marginal and would be covered by a frame. The only other minor condition note is a tiny fleck of orange on the white of the "sun" in the upper corner, though it is nearly indistinguishable. Overall, this piece is in phenomenal condition for its age, particularly the colored portion of the lithograph. This piece was first printed in 1955 for a museum showing of Leger's work, though it was also printed in small quantities in 1959, so we are unsure which 1950's run this particular example comes from. This lithograph comes to us without a frame, though it would certainly look fantastic with or without one. Incredibly unique, yet truly of its age and place, this Mid Century Modern Leger print is sure to look outstanding in any home or office environment.

18" by 15.5"

Modernist Abstract Lithograph By Fernand Leger - Mid Century Modern Saul Bass Era Print


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
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