A fantastic abstract artwork from 1959 by Walter Spitzer, a Polish artist who lived in Paris.
The piece is an original lithograph published by Mourlot, the renowned publisher of the Modern Masters, and was included in a book by Andre Malraux, as was often the case with Mourlot, who slipped unsigned lithographs by major names into his luxury publications.
Besides his genuine artistic qualities, Spitzer is also known as a Holocaust survivor who depicted the Buchenwald camp from inside.
A strong Abstract piece, with passion and power, which will bring character and style to any decor!
CONDITION: In very good condition. No damage. Colors vibrant. Printed on Arches paper.
MEASUREMENTS: Length: 10 3/4". WIdth: 8 3/4".
(28 cm) by (22 cm)
Will be shipped "Registered" from Paris, including online tracking (US and Canada) insurance and signature at delivery.
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