Maurice Estève created this original lithograph for a signed and numbered edition, and also used the same plates for an exhibition poster at the Neue Galerie, Zurich, in 1970. This French painter was known for his lyrical experiments with colorful interwoven forms. Estève merged his love of art history with abstraction. He said of his work: “I never use a sketch, I paint directly on the canvas, without a preparatory drawing. Each work is a series of transformations.” Ed. 500.
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