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, 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. Condition: there are minor handling creases and stitch holes along the center crease from the binding. Not signed.
Medium: original lithograph. This piece is an interesting combination of both figurative and abstract art; Claude Garache is best known for his figure studies. Executed in 1965 for Derriere le Miroir (No. 150). Sheet size: 14 3/4 x 10 3/4 inches (375 x 273 mm); with text on verso, as issued. Signed in the stone (not by hand).
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, 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 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. Sheet size: 15 x 10 3/4 inches (380 x 275mm); there is text on verso, as published. Not signed.Condition: this is one half of the original composition. The full lithograph is also currently available: click here.