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Our online art sale category contains literally hundreds of affordable art prints and other clearance art priced at $100 or less. We have a huge selection of discount art prints of all types including original lithographs, etchings, engravings, mezzotints, woodcuts and also a variety of lithograph and pochoir prints executed after famous paintings, drawings, watercolors and posters.

We feature an outstanding selection of lithograph sale pieces by many important artists, available here at prices you're unlikely to find anywhere else, either online or in galleries. We currently feature a collection of pochoir prints from Cubist Fernand Leger priced at only $75 each. These are extremely popular pieces made available at a very low cost. We're also featuring a selection of Toulouse-Lautrec lithographs at the same low price. These are just a few examples of great savings on a wide variety of absolutely wonderful art prints.

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Valerio Adami original lithograph, 1970
$100.00
Valerio Adami original lithograph, 1970
Medium: original lithograph. Executed for Derrière le Miroir (No. 188) in 1970, and published in Paris by Maeght. Sheet size: 15 x 22; with a center fold and text on verso, as published. Not signed. Derrière 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, Alechinsky, Ubac and Palazuelo. Often known by collectors simply as DLM, all issues of Derrière le Miroir are now scarce, and many have become quite valuable and highly prized.
Valerio Adami original lithograph, 1970
$100.00
Valerio Adami original lithograph, 1970
Medium: original lithograph. Executed for Derriere le Miroir (No. 188) in 1970, and published in Paris by Maeght. Sheet size: 15 x 22 inches; with a center fold and text on the back side, 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, Adami, Calder, 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.
Pierre Alechinsky "Paris Arrondissements" original lithograph, 1982
$100.00
Pierre Alechinsky "Paris Arrondissements" original lithograph, 1982
Medium: original lithograph. Executed in 1982 for what was planned to have been the very last issue of Derrière le Miroir (issue No. 250), and published in Paris by the Maeght atelier. Many of the artists who had been regular contributors to DLM throughout its more than thirty years of publication, contributed original prints for this project. Among these were Chagall, Miro, Kelly, Chillida, Palazuelo, Garache, Adami, Fiedler, Ubac, Pol Bury, Tal-Coat, Riopelle, Tapies, Alechinsky, Bram van Velde and several others. Sheet size: 15 x 22 inches (380 x 558mm); there is a center fold with text on verso, as published. Not signed.

Condition: there are stitch holes along the center crease from the publisher's binding.
Jean Arp "Mountain, Table, Anchors, Navel" silkscreen with cut-outs
$100.00
Jean Arp "Mountain, Table, Anchors, Navel" silkscreen with cut-outs
Medium: silkscreen with cut-outs (after the oil on cardboard with cut-outs). This interesting piece (photographed here against a white background) features die-cut empty space, representing the table and anchors. Published in New York in 1958 for a Museum of Modern Art exhibition catalogue, there is a printed text inscription 4mm beneath the image (enough space to mat over and leave margins on all sides). Image size: 7 1/2 x 6 inches (190 x 152mm). Not signed.
Jean Arp pochoir "Personnages" 1957
$100.00
Jean Arp pochoir "Personnages" 1957
Medium: pochoir. Printed on wove paper, this Jean (Hans) Arp print was issued in 1957 for XXe Siecle, published in Paris by San Lazzaro. Sheet size 12 1/4 x 9 inches; 310 x 227 mm. Not signed.

Condition: the sheet has been trimmed; there is age-toning and handling creases to the paper; and there is a dark spot near the head of the figure.
Enrico Baj original lithograph, 1975
$100.00
Enrico Baj original lithograph, 1975
Medium: original lithograph. Executed in 1975 for XXe Siecle (No. 44), published in Paris by San Lazzaro. Sheet size 12 1/8 x 9 1/2 inches (310 x 240 mm). Not signed.

XXe Siecle (Chroniques du Jour) was a deluxe art revue that was the source of many outstanding prints. It was published by Gualtieri di San Lazzaro from 1938-1939, and again from 1951 until 1978 (known as the Nouvelle Serie). Many important artists contributed original prints, including Miro, Picasso, Chagall, Braque, Villon, Matta, Indiana, Rosenquist, Lam, Dali, Zao Wou-ki, Matisse, Delaunay, Ernst, Poliakoff, Soulages, Leger, Moore, Kandinsky, Agam, Arp, Calder, Magnelli, Baj, Marini and Vasarely.
Jean Bazaine original lithograph, 1960
$100.00
Jean Bazaine original lithograph, 1960
Medium: original lithograph. Executed for the "Poetes, Peintres, Sculpteurs" issue of Derriere le Miroir (No. 119) in 1960. Sheet size: 15 x 22 inches (380 x 558mm); with a center fold and printed text on verso, as issued. Not signed.

Condition: there is creasing and wear around the edges of the sheet.
Jean Bazaine original lithograph, 1982
$100.00
Jean Bazaine original lithograph, 1982
Medium: original lithograph. Executed in 1982 for what was planned to have been the very last issue of Derrière le Miroir (issue No. 250), and published in Paris by the Maeght atelier. Many of the artists who had been regular contributors to DLM throughout its more than thirty years of publication, contributed original prints for this project. Among these were Chagall, Miro, Kelly, Chillida, Palazuelo, Garache, Adami, Fiedler, Ubac, Pol Bury, Alechinsky, Tal-Coat, Riopelle, Tapies, Bram van Velde and several others.

Sheet size: 15 x 11 inches (380 x 277mm); there is text printed on the other side, as published. Not signed.
Andre Beaudin original lithograph
$50.00
Andre Beaudin original lithograph
Medium: original lithograph. This Beaudin stone lithograph was pulled in Paris in 1961 by the legendary Mourlot Freres atelier and published by Editions Verve. Size: 11 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches (293 x 215mm). Not signed.
Andre Beaudin original lithograph, 1964
$75.00
Andre Beaudin original lithograph, 1964
Medium: original lithograph. Printed in Paris in 1964 by the legendary atelier of Fernand Mourlot and issued in an edition of 2000 on Arches wove paper. The sheet size is 10 x 7 1/2 inches (255 x 190 mm). There is text on the back, as issued. Not signed.

This original Beaudin lithograph is from the scarce and lavishly-produced limited edition catalogue, "Prints from the Mourlot Press". It was published in 1964 by Mourlot on the occasion of their landmark traveling exhibition, which was sponsored by the French Embassy and The Smithsonian.
Henri Bellery-Desfontaines original lithograph "L'Imploration"
$100.00
Henri Bellery-Desfontaines original lithograph "L'Imploration"
Medium: original lithograph. Catalogue reference: Wuerth 69. Published in London in 1896 by The Studio. This impression on cream wove paper measures 7 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches (image size) -- 190 x 140mm. Signed in the stone (not by hand), with The Studio blindstamp in the margin.
Pierre Bonnard pochoir "Corbeille de fruits" 1927
$100.00
Pierre Bonnard "Corbeille de fruits" 1927
Medium: pochoir (after the painting). Printed in Paris in 1927 at the atelier of Daniel Jacomet and published by Henri Floury. The image size is 6 1/4 x 7 inches (160 x 180 mm) not including margins. Not signed.
Pierre Bonnard "Parallelement" 1927
$75.00
Pierre Bonnard "Parallelement" 1927
Medium: lithograph (after the original lithograph). Printed in Paris in 1927 at the atelier of Daniel Jacomet and published by Henri Floury. The total sheet size is 8 x 10 1/4 inches (200 x 260 mm). Not signed.
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Album des Peintres-Graveurs"
$50.00
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Album des Peintres-Graveurs"
Medium: multi-stone color lithograph (after the original Bonnard lithograph). A fine impression on Renage paper, printed in Paris in 1952 by the legendary Mourlot atelier, in faithful recreation of the original. According to the publisher, "the lithograph was pulled by Mourlot Freres in the same technique, using the same color range and number of stones as originally employed by the artist". Size: 12 1/2 x 19 inches -- 315 x 490 mm (total sheet); with text on the back side, as issued. Not signed.

Condition: there is a center fold with stitch-holes from the binding.
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Coin de rue"
$75.00
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Coin de rue"
Medium: multi-stone color lithograph (after the original Bonnard lithograph). A fine impression on Renage paper, printed in Paris in 1952 by the legendary Mourlot atelier, in faithful recreation of the original. According to the publisher, "the lithograph was pulled by Mourlot Freres in the same technique, using the same color range and number of stones as originally employed by the artist". The image measures 10 x 5 3/4 inches (254 x 146 mm). The total sheet (including margins) is 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches (315 x 240 mm). Not signed.
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Dans la rue"
$75.00
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Dans la rue"
Medium: multi-stone color lithograph (after the original Bonnard lithograph). A fine impression on Renage paper, printed in Paris in 1952 by the legendary Mourlot atelier, in faithful recreation of the original. According to the publisher, "the lithograph was pulled by Mourlot Freres in the same technique, using the same color range and number of stones as originally employed by the artist". The image measures 8 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches (220 x 110 mm). The total sheet (including margins) is 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches (315 x 240 mm). Signed in the stone, not hand-signed.

Condition: there is age-toning in the margins.
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Femme dans sa baignoire"
$75.00
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Femme dans sa baignoire"
Medium: multi-stone color lithograph (after the original Bonnard lithograph). A fine impression on Renage paper, printed in Paris in 1952 by the legendary Mourlot atelier, in faithful recreation of the original. According to the publisher, "the lithograph was pulled by Mourlot Freres in the same technique, using the same color range and number of stones as originally employed by the artist". The image measures 7 1/4 x 8 3/8 inches (185 x 212 mm). The total sheet is 9 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches (240 x 315 mm). Signed in the stone, not hand-signed.
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Frontispice pour la Lithographie en Couleurs"
$50.00
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Frontispice pour la Lithographie en Couleurs"
Medium: multi-stone color lithograph (after the original Bonnard lithograph). A fine impression on Renage paper, printed in Paris in 1952 by the legendary Mourlot atelier, in faithful recreation of the original. According to the publisher, "the lithograph was pulled by Mourlot Freres in the same technique, using the same color range and number of stones as originally employed by the artist". The image measures 8 1/2 x 7 1/4 inches (220 x 185 mm). The total sheet (including margins) is 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches (315 x 240 mm). There is printed text on the back, as issued. Not signed.
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "L'Estampe et l'Affiche"
$75.00
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "L'Estampe et l'Affiche"
Medium: multi-stone color lithograph (after the original Bonnard lithograph). A fine impression on Renage paper, printed in Paris in 1952 by the legendary Mourlot atelier, in faithful recreation of the original. According to the publisher, "the lithograph was pulled by Mourlot Freres in the same technique, using the same color range and number of stones as originally employed by the artist". The total sheet (including margins) is 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches (315 x 240 mm). There is printed text on the back, as issued. Signed in the stone, not hand-signed.
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "La Lithographie en Couleurs"
$50.00
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "La Lithographie en Couleurs"
Medium: multi-stone color lithograph (after the original Bonnard lithograph). A fine impression on Renage paper, printed in Paris in 1952 by the legendary Mourlot atelier, in faithful recreation of the original. According to the publisher, "the lithograph was pulled by Mourlot Freres in the same technique, using the same color range and number of stones as originally employed by the artist". The image measures 8 3/4 x 7 1/4 inches (220 x 188 mm). The total sheet (including margins) is 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches (315 x 240 mm). There is printed text on the back, as issued. Signed in the stone, not hand-signed.
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "La Revue Blanche"
$50.00
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "La Revue Blanche"
Medium: multi-stone color lithograph (after the original Bonnard lithograph). A fine impression on Renage paper, printed in Paris in 1952 by the legendary Mourlot atelier, in faithful recreation of the original. According to the publisher, "the lithograph was pulled by Mourlot Freres in the same technique, using the same color range and number of stones as originally employed by the artist". The total sheet (including margins) is 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches (315 x 240 mm). There is printed text on the back, as issued. Signed in the stone, not hand-signed. A classic Nabis print.
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Le Canotage"
$50.00
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Le Canotage
Medium: multi-stone color lithograph (after the original Bonnard lithograph). A fine impression on Renage paper, printed in Paris in 1952 by the legendary Mourlot atelier, in faithful recreation of the original. According to the publisher, "the lithograph was pulled by Mourlot Freres in the same technique, using the same color range and number of stones as originally employed by the artist". The image measures 6 1/4 x 11 1/4 inches (160 x 290 mm mm). The total sheet is 9 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches (240 x 315 mm). There is printed text on the back, as issued. Not signed.
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Le Figaro"
$50.00
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Le Figaro"
Medium: multi-stone color lithograph (after the original Bonnard lithograph). A fine impression on Renage paper, printed in Paris in 1952 by the legendary Mourlot atelier, in faithful recreation of the original. According to the publisher, "the lithograph was pulled by Mourlot Freres in the same technique, using the same color range and number of stones as originally employed by the artist". The total sheet (including margins) is 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches (315 x 240 mm). There is printed text on the back, as issued. Signed in the stone, not hand-signed.
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Le Verger"
$50.00
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Le Verger"
Medium: multi-stone color lithograph (after the original Bonnard lithograph). A fine impression on Renage paper, printed in Paris in 1952 by the legendary Mourlot atelier, in faithful recreation of the original. According to the publisher, "the lithograph was pulled by Mourlot Freres in the same technique, using the same color range and number of stones as originally employed by the artist". The image measures 8 3/4 x 9 3/4 inches (225 x 245 mm). The total sheet is 9 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches (240 x 315 mm). There is printed text on the back, as issued. Not signed.
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Les Boulevards"
$75.00
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Les Boulevards"
Medium: multi-stone color lithograph (after the original Bonnard lithograph). A fine impression on Renage paper, printed in Paris in 1952 by the legendary Mourlot atelier, in faithful recreation of the original. According to the publisher, "the lithograph was pulled by Mourlot Freres in the same technique, using the same color range and number of stones as originally employed by the artist". The image measures 7 1/4 x 9 1/4 inches (185 x 235 mm). The total sheet is 9 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches (240 x 315 mm). There is printed text on the back, as issued. Not signed.

Condition: there is age-toning in the margins.
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Les Peintres Graveurs"
$50.00
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Les Peintres Graveurs"
Medium: multi-stone color lithograph (after the original Bonnard lithograph). A fine impression on Renage paper, printed in Paris in 1952 by the legendary Mourlot atelier, in faithful recreation of the original. According to the publisher, "the lithograph was pulled by Mourlot Freres in the same technique, using the same color range and number of stones as originally employed by the artist". The total sheet (including margins) is 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches (315 x 240 mm). There is printed text on the back, as issued. Signed in the stone, not hand-signed.
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Marchand des quatre-saisons"
$50.00
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Marchand des quatre-saisons"
Medium: multi-stone color lithograph (after the original Bonnard lithograph). A fine impression on Renage paper, printed in Paris in 1952 by the legendary Mourlot atelier, in faithful recreation of the original. According to the publisher, "the lithograph was pulled by Mourlot Freres in the same technique, using the same color range and number of stones as originally employed by the artist". The image measures 8 x 9 1/2 inches (200 x 240 mm). The total sheet is 9 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches (240 x 315 mm). There is printed text on the back, as issued. Not signed.
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Place Clichy"
$50.00
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Place Clichy"
Medium: multi-stone color lithograph (after the original Bonnard lithograph). A fine impression on Renage paper, printed in Paris in 1952 by the legendary Mourlot atelier, in faithful recreation of the original. According to the publisher, "the lithograph was pulled by Mourlot Freres in the same technique, using the same color range and number of stones as originally employed by the artist". The total sheet is 9 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches (240 x 315 mm) -- with no margins. There is printed text on the back, as issued.  Not signed.
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Place le soir"
$50.00
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Place le soir"
Medium: multi-stone color lithograph (after the original Bonnard lithograph). A fine impression on Renage paper, printed in Paris in 1952 by the legendary Mourlot atelier, in faithful recreation of the original. According to the publisher, "the lithograph was pulled by Mourlot Freres in the same technique, using the same color range and number of stones as originally employed by the artist". The image measures 7 x 10 inches (180 x 260 mm). The total sheet is 9 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches (240 x 315 mm). There is printed text on the back, as issued. Not signed.
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Quelques aspects de Paris"
$50.00
Pierre Bonnard lithograph
Medium: multi-stone color lithograph (after the original Bonnard lithograph). A fine impression on Renage paper, printed in Paris in 1952 by the legendary Mourlot atelier, in faithful recreation of the original. According to the publisher, "the lithograph was pulled by Mourlot Freres in the same technique, using the same color range and number of stones as originally employed by the artist". The total sheet (including margins) is 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches (315 x 240 mm). There is printed text on the back, as issued. Signed in the stone, not hand-signed.
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Reine de Joie"
$50.00
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Reine de Joie"
Medium: multi-stone color lithograph (after the original Bonnard lithograph). A fine impression on Renage paper, printed in Paris in 1952 by the legendary Mourlot atelier, in faithful recreation of the original. According to the publisher, "the lithograph was pulled by Mourlot Freres in the same technique, using the same color range and number of stones as originally employed by the artist". The full sheet measures 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches (315 x 243 mm); the image size is 6 1/2 x 9 1/8 inches (167 x 233 mm). There is text on the back side, as issued. Signed by Bonnard in the stone, not hand-signed.
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Rue vue d'en haut"
$50.00
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Rue vue d'en haut"
Medium: multi-stone color lithograph (after the original Bonnard lithograph). A fine impression on Renage paper, printed in Paris in 1952 by the legendary Mourlot atelier, in faithful recreation of the original. According to the publisher, "the lithograph was pulled by Mourlot Freres in the same technique, using the same color range and number of stones as originally employed by the artist". The image measures 10 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches (265 x 165 mm). The total sheet (including margins) is 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches (315 x 240 mm). There is printed text on the back, as issued. Not signed.
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Scene de famile"
$50.00
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Scene de famile"
Medium: multi-stone color lithograph (after the original Bonnard lithograph). A fine impression on Renage paper, printed in Paris in 1952 by the legendary Mourlot atelier, in faithful recreation of the original. According to the publisher, "the lithograph was pulled by Mourlot Freres in the same technique, using the same color range and number of stones as originally employed by the artist". The image measures 7 1/4 x 8 5/8 inches (183 x 220 mm). The total sheet (including margins) is 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches (315 x 240 mm). There is printed text on the back, as issued. Signed in the stone, not hand-signed.
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Scene de famille"
$75.00
Pierre Bonnard lithograph "Scene de famille"
Medium: multi-stone color lithograph (after the original Bonnard lithograph). A fine impression on Renage paper, printed in Paris in 1952 by the legendary Mourlot atelier, in faithful recreation of the original. According to the publisher, "the lithograph was pulled by Mourlot Freres in the same technique, using the same color range and number of stones as originally employed by the artist". The image measures 10 1/4 x 5 5/8 inches (260 x 150 mm). The total sheet (including margins) is 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches (315 x 240 mm). There is printed text on the back, as issued. Signed in the stone, not hand-signed.
Enrico Bordoni original lithograph | Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi
$100.00
Enrico Bordoni original lithograph | Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi
Medium: original lithograph. Executed for the second volume (1956-57) of the very rare Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi, published in Milan by Groupe Espace. The total sheet measures 12 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches (318 x 217 mm). Not signed.

Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi was an ongoing project of the Concrete Art Movement (Movimento arte concreta). This important portfolio consisted of original silkscreens, serigraphs, lithographs, woodcuts and linoleum cuts on various types of paper, compiled into an annual album from 1954-1958. Among the artists represented in this issue were: Enrico Bordoni, Angelo Bozzola, Guiseppe Capogrossi, Galliano Mazzon, Aagaard Andersen, Gianni Monnet, Mario Nigro, Sandro Pessina, Vivaldo Poli, Carol Rama, Regina, Manlio Rho, Nino Di Salvatore, Emilio Scanavino, Gillo Dorfles, Tito Varisco, Luigi Veronesi, Bruno Munari and Simonetta Vigevani Jung. Original prints by most of these artists are rare.
Enrico Bordoni original lithograph | Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi
$100.00
Enrico Bordoni original lithograph | Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi
Medium: original lithograph. Executed for the second volume (1956-57) of the very rare Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi, published in Milan by Groupe Espace. The total sheet measures 12 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches (318 x 218mm). Not signed.

Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi was an ongoing project of the Concrete Art Movement (Movimento arte concreta). This important portfolio consisted of original silkscreens, serigraphs, lithographs, woodcuts and linoleum cuts on various types of paper, compiled into an annual album from 1954-1958. Among the artists represented in this issue were: Enrico Bordoni, Angelo Bozzola, Guiseppe Capogrossi, Galliano Mazzon, Aagaard Andersen, Gianni Monnet, Mario Nigro, Sandro Pessina, Vivaldo Poli, Carol Rama, Regina, Manlio Rho, Nino Di Salvatore, Emilio Scanavino, Gillo Dorfles, Tito Varisco, Luigi Veronesi, Bruno Munari and Simonetta Vigevani Jung. Original prints by most of these artists are rare.
Enrico Bordoni original lithograph | Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi
$100.00
Enrico Bordoni original lithograph | Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi
Medium: original lithograph. Executed for the second volume (1956-57) of the very rare Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi, published in Milan by Groupe Espace. The total sheet measures 12 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches (318 x 220mm). Not signed.

Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi was an ongoing project of the Concrete Art Movement (Movimento arte concreta). This important portfolio consisted of original silkscreens, serigraphs, lithographs, woodcuts and linoleum cuts on various types of paper, compiled into an annual album from 1954-1958. Among the artists represented in this issue were: Enrico Bordoni, Angelo Bozzola, Guiseppe Capogrossi, Galliano Mazzon, Aagaard Andersen, Gianni Monnet, Mario Nigro, Sandro Pessina, Vivaldo Poli, Carol Rama, Regina, Manlio Rho, Nino Di Salvatore, Emilio Scanavino, Gillo Dorfles, Tito Varisco, Luigi Veronesi, Bruno Munari and Simonetta Vigevani Jung. Original prints by most of these artists are rare.
Enrico Bordoni original lithograph | Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi
$100.00
Enrico Bordoni original lithograph | Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi
Medium: original lithograph. Executed for the second volume (1956-57) of the very rare Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi, published in Milan by Groupe Espace. The total sheet measures 12 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches (318 x 220mm). Not signed. Condition: there is some age-toning to the paper.

Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi was an ongoing project of the Concrete Art Movement (Movimento arte concreta). This important portfolio consisted of original silkscreens, serigraphs, lithographs, woodcuts and linoleum cuts on various types of paper, compiled into an annual album from 1954-1958. Among the artists represented in this issue were: Enrico Bordoni, Angelo Bozzola, Guiseppe Capogrossi, Galliano Mazzon, Aagaard Andersen, Gianni Monnet, Mario Nigro, Sandro Pessina, Vivaldo Poli, Carol Rama, Regina, Manlio Rho, Nino Di Salvatore, Emilio Scanavino, Gillo Dorfles, Tito Varisco, Luigi Veronesi, Bruno Munari and Simonetta Vigevani Jung. Original prints by most of these artists are rare.
Enrico Bordoni original lithograph | Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi
$100.00
Enrico Bordoni original lithograph | Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi
Medium: original lithograph. Executed for the second volume (1956-57) of the very rare Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi, published in Milan by Groupe Espace. The total sheet measures 12 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches (318 x 220mm); with text on verso, as issued. Signed in the plate (not hand-signed). Condition: there is some age-toning to the paper.

Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi was an ongoing project of the Concrete Art Movement (Movimento arte concreta). This important portfolio consisted of original silkscreens, serigraphs, lithographs, woodcuts and linoleum cuts on various types of paper, compiled into an annual album from 1954-1958. Among the artists represented in this issue were: Enrico Bordoni, Angelo Bozzola, Guiseppe Capogrossi, Galliano Mazzon, Aagaard Andersen, Gianni Monnet, Mario Nigro, Sandro Pessina, Vivaldo Poli, Carol Rama, Regina, Manlio Rho, Nino Di Salvatore, Emilio Scanavino, Gillo Dorfles, Tito Varisco, Luigi Veronesi, Bruno Munari and Simonetta Vigevani Jung. Original prints by most of these artists are rare.
Enrico Bordoni original lithograph | Groupe Espace
$100.00
Enrico Bordoni original lithograph | Groupe Espace
Medium: original lithograph. Executed for the second volume (1956-57) of the very rare Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi, published in Milan by Groupe Espace. The total sheet measures 12 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches (318 x 220mm). Signed in the plate (not hand-signed).

Condition: there is some age-toning to the paper and a bump to the bottom left corner.

Documenti d'Arte d'Oggi was an ongoing project of the Concrete Art Movement (Movimento arte concreta). This important portfolio consisted of original silkscreens, serigraphs, lithographs, woodcuts and linoleum cuts on various types of paper, compiled into an annual album from 1954-1958. Among the artists represented in this issue were: Enrico Bordoni, Angelo Bozzola, Guiseppe Capogrossi, Galliano Mazzon, Aagaard Andersen, Gianni Monnet, Mario Nigro, Sandro Pessina, Vivaldo Poli, Carol Rama, Regina, Manlio Rho, Nino Di Salvatore, Emilio Scanavino, Gillo Dorfles, Tito Varisco, Luigi Veronesi, Bruno Munari and Simonetta Vigevani Jung. Original prints by most of these artists are rare.