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Vieira da Silva original etching for Paroles Peintes Vieira da Silva original etching for Paroles Peintes, 1965

Medium: original etching. Executed in 1965 for the deluxe limited edition "Paroles Peintes II" portfolio, published in Paris by Lazar-Vernet. A rich impression, one of 150 printed on Johannot wove paper. The plate size is 11 3/4 x 7 inches (295 x 175 mm) and the full sheet measures 14 3/4 x 11 inches (375 x 285 mm). Not signed.

Vieira da Silva pochoir, 1956 Vieira da Silva pochoir, 1956

Medium: pochoir (after the painting). Issued for XXe Siecle (No. 7) and printed by Daniel Jacomet. Published in Paris by San Lazzaro in 1956. Sheet size: 12 1/4 x 9 1/2 inches (315 x 243 mm). Signed in the plate, not hand-signed.

Vieira da Silva original lithograph, 1962 Vieira da Silva original lithograph, 1962

Medium: original lithograph. Executed in 1962 for XXe Siecle (No. 18) and printed in Paris by Mourlot Freres. Sheet size 12 1/4 x 9 inches (310 x 225mm). Not signed. Condition: the sheet has been trimmed slightly, not compromising the composition.

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.

Vieira da Silva original lithograph Vieira da Silva original lithograph

Medium: original lithograph. Printed in 1979 by La Poligrafa and issued in a limited edition of 1000. Size: 10 x 7 1/2 inches (255 x 188 mm). Not signed.

This original Vieira da Silva print is from the scarce and lavishly-produced limited edition catalogue published in 1979 by the atelier Poligrafa of Barcelona, in conjunction with the prestigious Redfern Gallery of London. The project was done in homage to the earlier Redfern catalogues of the 1960's (which are now very rare) and with the same excellent technical quality.