Tribu de Dan by Charles Sorlier
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Tribu de Dan 1962

Charles Sorlier

30 ⨯ 22 cm
€ 150

Arthouse Marc Chagall

  • About the artwork
    Unsigned Litograph; Vitraux pour Jerusalem, 1962.
  • About the artist

    Charles Sorlier was a french printmaker. During World War II he was deported to Pomerania. After World War II ended Sorlier started at the atelier of Fernand Mourlot in 1948, where he stayed for more than forty years. He assisted many famous artist, for example Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse and Fernand Léger.

    His most significant working relationship was with Marc Chagall, they became good friends and worked closely together. The production of Charles Sorlier after Marc Chagall are of a very high quality. The combination of the very skillful techniques of Sorlier and the painterly style of Marc Chagall makes a them a golden couple.

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