Les Amoureux I - From the Album "Jean Cocteau Lithographies" by Jean Cocteau
Artist: Jean Cocteau
Medium: Lithograph, 1957
Dimensions: 25.5 x 19.75 in, 64.8 x 50.2 cm
Arches Paper - Excellent Condition A
From the portfolio "Jean Cocteau Lithographie" published by Mazo and printed by Mourlot. This lithograph is stamped with the stamp of the Cocteau Estate.
Jean Cocteau saw poetry in all aspects of life and employed multiple vehicles of expression such as literature, theatre, drawing, painting, ceramics and film. Ed. of 150 and 25 collaborators proofs in Roman numerals.
Cocteau was a master at representing the languid forms of his subjects in sketches. He often used no more than five or six lines to create a woman's long wavy hair, full lips, or searching eyes. An important exponent of avant-garde art, he had great influence on the work of others, including Picasso.
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