Nicolas de Stael

Nicolas de Stael

(1914-1955) French-Russian

Nicolas de Staël was a French painter of Russian origin known for his use of a thick impasto and his highly abstract landscape painting. He also worked with collage, illustration and textiles. De Staël's painting career spans roughly 15 years (from 1940) and produced more than a thousand paintings.

De Staël's work was quickly recognized within the post-war art world, and he became one of the most influential artists of the 1950s. However, he moved away from abstraction in his later paintings, seeking a more "French" lyrical style, returning to representation.

WORK

"Arles" (after) Nicolas De Stael, 1958
"Arles" (after) Nicolas De Stael, 1958
Regular price $300.00 USD
"Livres de Pierre Lecuire" (after) Nicolas De Stael, 1973
"Livres de Pierre Lecuire" (after) Nicolas De Stael, 1973
Regular price $250.00 USD
Musée National D'Art Moderne (after) Nicolas De Stael, 1956
Musée National D'Art Moderne (after) Nicolas De Stael, 1956
Regular price $250.00 USD
"17 Peintures"(after) Nicolas De Stael, 1964
"17 Peintures"(after) Nicolas De Stael, 1964
Regular price $150.00 USD
Galerie Jacques Dubourg (after) Nicolas De Stael, 1957
Galerie Jacques Dubourg (after) Nicolas De Stael, 1957
Regular price $400.00 USD
"Collages" (after) Nicolas De Stael, 1958
"Collages" (after) Nicolas De Stael, 1958
Regular price $250.00 USD