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Fernand LEGER (after) - Dotted still-life, 1928, Lithograph

Fernand Léger (after)
Dotted still-life, 1928

Print created for the Editions du Chêne - Paris from the year 1948
Printed on the presses of the Lang, Blanchong et Cie. printer
Dimensions of drawing: 26 cm x 22 cm
Dimensions of plate: 38 x 28 cm
Very decorative once framed
Neat dispatch

On the subject of the editor: the Editions du Chêne - Paris, 1941, it is in an occupied Paris that the Editions du Chêne is born, 16 de la place Vendôme. A risky bet due to the fact that its 21
founder Maurice Kahane was an atheist Jewish person who then adopted his mother's name, Girodias. Le Chêne specialises in the edition of art books and literature. The Editions du Chêne will become
1951 a branch of the Hachette group. The art book ediion then takes pride of place. Georges Herscher takes over the Hachette company in 1971 with enthusiasm.
Since 2007, under the direction of Fabienne Kriegel, the Editions du Chêne continue to develop in the sector of illustrated books.

Dimensions :
- Height : 28 cm
- Width : 38 cm
This item is sold by a professional art dealer who guaranties its authenticity. This item is used (second-hand)

Fernand Léger : (1881-1955) is a french painter, and also a creator of tapestries and stained-glass windows cartons, decorator, ceramist, sculptor, draughtsman, and illustrator. He was one of the firsts to exhibit publicly cubist-orientated works, even if his style was sometimes qualified "tubist". Starting 1903, Léger is already sharing a studio with the painter André Mare. After failing at the Beaux-Arts, he trained in several academies. The famous Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler became his art dealer. In 1907 he was struck by the Cézanne retropspective, which strongly orientated his painting. The same year, he discovered Picasso's and Braque's cubism. Starting 1908 he was working along with Modigliaeni, Laurens, and Alexander Archipenko, and became friends with Blaise Cendrars, Max Jacob and Guillaume Apollinaire, and echoed with the painter Robert Delaunay. In 1909 he painted "La Couseuse", which opened his cubist period. With "Nu dans la forêt" (1909-1910), Léger proposed a personal cubism. In certain respects, this work is an anticiption of the italian futurism. If he is sharing the cubist attention to create a non figurative realism, he distinguishes himself from the Montmartrois by imposing visual cubism, and not an intellectual one. In 1924, with the help of Dudley Murphy, he shot the film "Ballet mécanique". The same year, he got closer to the purists and took part in the revue "L'esprit Nouveau". According to Vauxcelles, he practiced« tubism ». The interest he has in the dynamism « reflection of the modern world », drove him to keep away from intimistic and traditional themes depicted by Braque or Picasso, so as to paint contemporary subjects. Fernand Léger joined the communist party in 1945, and remained a member until the end of his life. In Biot (Alpes-Maritimes), the Musée national Fernand Léger, built by his wife, Nadia Léger, and Georges Bauquier, is dedicated to him, and showw the biggest collection of his works.

Musée d'Evreux (France)
Fondation Beyeler (Switzerland)
Walker Art Center (The USA)
Musée de Grenoble (France)
Das Museum Folkwang (Germany)
Kunstmuseum Basel (Switzerland)
Musée National Fernand Léger (France)
The Bridgestone Museum of art Ishibashi Foundation (Japan)
Museo Tamayo (México)
Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum (The USA)
Columbus museum of art (The USA)
Belvedere Museum (Austria)
Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian (Portugal)
Musée Cantini (France)
Musée des Beaux Arts de Nantes (France)
Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (Germany)
Museum Abteiberg (Germany)
The José Manuel Rodrigues Berardo Collection (Portugal)
The Menil Collection (The USA)
The Thyssen Bornemisza Collection (Spain)
Langen Foundation (Germany)
RISD (Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art) (The USA)
Kröller-Müller Museum (Netherlands)
Albright-Knox Art Gallery (The USA)
Kunsthaus Zurich (Switzerland)
Fondation Marguerite et Aimé Maeght (France)
Queensland art Gallery (Australia)
LAM (Musée d'art moderne Lille Métropole) (France)
Musée Granet (France)
Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) (The USA)
Arkansas Arts Center (The USA)
Nykytaiteen museo Kiasma (Finland)
Göteborg Art Museum (Sweden)
The Cleveland Museum of Art (The USA)
Scharf-Gerstenberg Collection (Germany)
The Indianapolis Museum of Art (The USA)
Museum Ludwig (Köln) (Germany)
Carnegie Museum of art (The USA)
Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (France)
The Nahmad Collection (Monaco)
Städelmuseum (Germany)
National Gallery of Art, Washington (The USA)
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art (Israel)
Fuji Art Museum (Japan)
National Galleries of Scotland (United Kingdom)
Musée d'Art moderne et contemporain de Strasbourg (France)
Statens Museum for Kunst (Denmark)
Institut culturel Bernard Magrez (France)
Centre Pompidou - Musée national d'art moderne (France)
MIT List Visual arts Center (The USA)
ACAPA (Artothèque Angoulême) (France)
Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (MNCARS) (Spain)
Horsens Kunstmuseum (Denmark)
Boca Raton Museum of art (The USA)
Musée Matisse au Cateau-Cambrésis (France)
CIAC Centre international d'art contemporain du château de Carros (France)
Israel Museum (Israel)
MNBA - Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes - Argentina (Argentina)
Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje (FYROM)
Henie Onstad Museum (Norway)
Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
Musée des Beaux arts de Lyon (France)
Albertina (Austria)
Peggy Guggenheim Collection (Italy)
Sprengel Museum (Germany)
Detroit Institute of Arts Museum (The USA)
Honolulu Museum (The USA)
Gateway Foundation (The USA)
Merkel collection & foundation (Germany)
Centre national des arts plastiques (France)
Werner et Gabrielle Merzbacher collection (Switzerland)
Sara Hildén Art Museum (Finland)
National Museum of Western Art & Matsukata Collection (Japan)
Colección Pilar Citoler (Spain)
Museo Nacional de Artes Visuales (Uruguay)
Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe (Germany)
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum of Art, New York (The USA)
Portland Museum of Art (The USA)
Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College (The USA)
Musée Malraux (France)
Tate Collection (United Kingdom)
Collezione Barilla (Italy)
The Zimmerli Art Museum (The USA)
Sammlung HypoVereinsBank (Germany)
Staatsgalerie Stuttgart (Germany)
Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art (The USA)
Des Moines Art Center (The USA)
The Hakone Open-Air Museum (Japan)
Es Baluard Museu d'Art Modern i Contemporani de Palma (Spain)
Coninx Museum (Switzerland)
Nasher Museum of art at Duke university (The USA)
The Fralin | UVa Art Museum - University of Virginia (The USA)
The International Museum of Ceramics in Faenza (Italy)
Utah Museum of Fine Art (The USA)
Memorial Art Gallery Rochester (The USA)
The Modern Museum in Sweden - Moderna Museet (Sweden)
Kunstmuseum Winterthur (Switzerland)
National Gallery of Australia (NGA) (Australia)
Musée des Beaux Arts, Montréal (Canada)
Ohara Museum of Art (Japan)
Heckscher Museum of Art (The USA)
Auckland Art Gallery (Australia)
Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil (México)
Musée d'Art Moderne de Belfort (France)
Die Hermann und Margrit Rupf-Stiftung (Switzerland)
Hamburger Kunsthalle (Germany)
Madonna art collection
Artothèque, Besançon (France)
Museo Botero (Colombia)
Le Palais des Beaux-Arts de Lille (France)
The Kreeger Museum (The USA)
Fondation Christian et Yvonne Zervos (France)
Musée de Pully (Switzerland)
Collection Gelonch Viladegut
Centre de la gravure et de l'image imprimée (Belgium)
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