Vitraux by Jacques Villon original lithograph
Vitraux by Jacques Villon (to scale)

La Paque de l'Eternel - Vitraux after Jacques Villon, 1957

Regular price $350.00 USD Sale

Artist: Jacques Villon

Medium: Color Lithograph, unsigned, 1957

Dimensions: 40.3 x 26.5 in, 102.4 x 67.3 cm 

Arches Paper - Perfect Condition A+

Jacques Villon (July 31, 1875 – June 9, 1963), also known as Gaston Duchamp, was a French cubist and abstract painter and printmaker. He was the brother of Marcel Duchamps. This lithograph was reproduced by Henri Deschamps, one of the master printers at Mourlot. It is a reproduction of one of the stained glass window in the Cathedral of Metz in Eastern France. Villon’s windows were set in 1957 and represent Moses, Jesus, and the Hebrews in Egypt. 

Jacques Villon “highly expressive constructivism, divided into powerful sections of colour, makes a startling impact within the medieval interior the cathedral and flare brilliantly, even on an overcast day, drawing all eyes towards them.

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