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ARMAN - La laitière, 1982, cut and welded stainless steel sculpture, signed and numbered

ARMAN (1928-2005)
The milkmaid, 1982

Cut and welded silver metal milk jug, marble base
Signed and numbered on 125 copies

Dimensions: 22 x 10 x 10cm

Guy Pieters Gallery, Sint-Martens-Latem
Private collection, Paris

This work is registered in the Arman Archives under number APA#8400.82.058

Arman had made this sculpture to serve as a candlestick to put on the tables of the restaurant Les Oliviers in Saint Paul de Vence

Dimensions :
- Height : 22 cm
- Width : 10 cm
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Arman : (1928-2005) Arman Fernandez, called Arman, is a french artist born in 1928 and dead in 2005. He is famous for his "accumulations", works using transformed products as it is. He studied at Nice Decorative Art School and completed his formation at The École du Louvre. He met Yves Klein in his home town, at the age of 20. In Vincent Van Gogh's style, he signed his works by his surname (and decided to put off the "d" in Armand). The famous galerist Iris Clert took him as Yves Klein under his cover; Yves Klein's "Vide" exhibition in 1958 is followed by Arman's "Plein" exhibition 2 years later. Both friends as other personalities created the "Nouveaux Réalistes" group including César and Niki de Saint Phalle. He then shared his free time between New York and France.

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