Framed Art Print
Item #: 14289830A
29" x 22.5"
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This fine art print is produced on Forest Stewardship Council certified paper, using post-consumer and sustainably sourced paper, and soy-based inks. The detailed proofing process and standarized printing plates of offset lithography ensure this print reproduction maintains vivid colors and faithfulness to the original work of art.
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“Noon Landscape” by Nicolas De Staël contains earth, water and sky elements that communicate the artist’s concrete perceptions of the outside world, as well as his internal, abstract fantasies. An artist born in the former Soviet Union who settled in Paris, De Staël (1914 – 1955) initially painted still lifes and portraits. Developing an abstract style interwoven with realistic components, he worked primarily with a palette knife, creating thick, encrusted blocks of color. A year after his arrival in the city, De Staël exhibited with artistic luminary Wassily Kandinsky. Despite his tragic suicide at age 41, De Staël lives on as one of the one of the most influential post-war European artists.
Nicolas De Staël (1914 – 1955) created works that balanced his concrete perceptions of the outside world with his inner, abstract visions. From the former Soviet Union, De Staël lived in Paris, initially painting still lifes and portraits. His work evolved into abstractions interwoven with realistic elements, created with a palette knife in thick, encrusted blocks of color. A year after De Staël arrived in Paris, he exhibited with artistic legend Wassily Kandinsky. His existence tragically cut short by suicide, De Staël lives on as a profoundly influential post-war European artist.
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