Medium: original lithograph. Printed in Paris in 1966 by the legendary atelier of Fernand Mourlot. Published in a limited edition of 1500 impressions on Chiffon de Mandeure wove paper. The total sheet measures 10 x 7 1/2 inches (255 x 187 mm); there is printed text on the back (as issued). This original Tal-Coat lithograph is from the very scarce and lavishly produced limited edition catalogue, published by Maeght and London's Redfern Gallery on the occasion of a major 1966 exposition at the Redfern. The lithograph was executed by the artist as an original contribution expressly for this catalogue. Not signed.
Medium: lithograph (after the ink drawing). Chillida created this composition in 1964 (in homage to his friend and fellow artist Georges Braque, who died the year before) for the special 1964 edition of Derriere le Miroir (No. 144-145-146) published in Paris by the Maeght atelier. The total sheet measures 15 x 22 inches; there is the center fold and text on verso, as issued. Plate-signed, not hand-signed.Condition: there are bumps near the edges of the sheet.
Medium: original lithograph. Executed for Derriere le Miroir (No. 124) in 1961. Image size: 8 x 10 1/2 inches; sheet size: 15 x 11 inches. There is printed text beneath the image and on back of the sheet, as issued. Not signed.
Derriere le Miroir was the legendary art revue published in Paris by Aime Maeght, from 1946 through 1982. Some of the artists who contributed original lithographs were Chagall, Miro, Braque, Giacometti, Kelly, Tapies, Riopelle, Pol Bury, Calder, Chillida, Alechinsky, Ubac and Palazuelo. Often known by collectors simply as DLM, all issues of Derriere le Miroir are now scarce, and many have become quite valuable and highly prized.
Medium: original lithograph. Executed for the "Poetes, Peintres, Sculpteurs" issue of Derriere le Miroir (No. 119) in 1960. Sheet size: 15 x 11 inches (380 x 278mm); with printed text on the back, as issued. Not signed.
Condition: there is a small bump to the top left corner.