Les saisons de Saint-Cyr-en-Arthies n.2, Les Hautes Grouettes

Catalogue raisonnée des estampes de Jean-Paul Riopelle, #6 - 1985.03bEST.LI.ALB page 310

In 1969, Jean-Paul Riopelle moved into a hangar in Val-d'Oise, northwest of Paris, in a town called Saint-Cyr-en-Arthies. This hangar became his creative workshop. It is where he completed his renowned series called "Icebergs," inspired by his trip to the Arctic.

The workshop in Saint-Cyr-en-Arthies became an important place for the painter, as he created a series of lithographs depicting the picturesque town throughout the different seasons in Europe. In 1985, Riopelle created« Vétheuil entre chiens et loups”, a tribute to the landscapes of the neighbouring village, which became famous through the works of Monet.

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Jean-Paul Riopelle (1923 - 2002)

Les saisons de Saint-Cyr-en-Arthies n.2, Les Hautes Grouettes, 1985

  • Gallery

    Cosner Art Gallery - Montreal

  • Medium

    Original lithograph on Arches paper

  • Time

    Post-War Canadian art

  • Dimensions

    52 x 70,5 cm | 20,4'' x 27,7''

  • Dimensions with frame

    68,6 x 86,3 cm | 27'' x 34''

  • Signed

    Signed lower right, numbered lower left Atelier Lelong. Galerie Lelong Éditeur, Paris.

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