Item #: 14051264847A
Limited edition run of 200
22" x 30"
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Edition of 200
Signed and numbered by the artist
Printed on Arches paper. This print is a rare and collectable work of art. As such, it may show minor signs of handling, aging, or original printing defects. It is guaranteed to be in very good condition or better.
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Claude Bellegarde, French (1927 - )<br/><br/>French abstract painter Claude Bellegarde was born in Paris in 1927. He studied drawing and sculpture at a private studio and then began to work independently. During the 1940s following the war Bellegarde became acquainted with the spiritualist Lanza del Vasto, a disciple of Gandhi, and studied the liberal philosophy of Krisnamurti.<br/><br/>He first painted figurative pictures, followed by tachist works akin to Rorschach tests and then expressionistic abstract paintings. His first solo show was held at the Centre Saint-Jacques, Paris, 1952.<br/><br/>Between 1953 and 1957 Bellegarde produced his first major body of work known as Achromaticism (White Period), a series of textured monochrome abstract works. During this period he became established as significant member of the young post-war generation of artists in Paris.
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