Fernand Léger's plate drawing Biot

Plate in faience, drawing signed Fernand Léger, black enamels on a white background, from "L'anniversaire, deux femmes" 1950, ink and gouache on paper, Biot, National Museum Fernand Léger (see photo).

Editions SEAL, exclusive to the F.LEGER Museum in Biot.

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Diameter 24,3cm
Weight 648g
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Fernand Léger, born on 4 February 1888 in Argentan (Orne) and died on 17 August 1955 in Gif sur Yvette (Essonne), is a French painter who also created cartoons of tapestries and stained glass, decorator, ceramist, sculptor, illustrator . He was one of the first to publicly expose works of Cubist orientation. A few months before his death, Fernand Léger acquires Mas St André, located at the foot of the village of Biot (Alpes Maritimes). On this horticultural field, Nadia Léger, his widow, and Georges Bauquier, his close collaborator, decided to create a museum to pay tribute to him and promote knowledge of his work. The building incorporates in the façade an immense mosaic, originally planned by Léger for the decoration of the stadium of Hanover, but never realized.

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