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Jean Dubuffet, Délégation
 
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TITLE:  Délégation
ARTIST:  Jean Dubuffet (French, 1901–1985)
WORK DATE:  1974
CATEGORY:  Prints and Multiples
MATERIALS:  Original Hand Signed, Dated and Numbered Screenprint (Serigraphie) in colours on Siren Arjomari paper
MARKINGS:  This screenprint is hand signed in pencil by the artist with his initials "JD" in the lower right corner (Jean Dubuffet). It is also dated "74" (1974) next to the signature.
The work is also numbered "Epreuve HC II/V" in pencil. (Hors Commerce 2/5) in the lower left corner.
SIZE:  Paper Size: 77 x 55.7 cm / 30.3 x 21.9 in
PRICE*:  10,000 US$  (Convert prices to your currency with our Currency Converter)
GALLERY:  Gilden's Arts UK  +44 (0)20 7435 3340  Send Email
DESCRIPTION:  It was printed in an edition of 50 hand signed and numbered impressions with 5 hors commerce proofs (Ours is one of them) and 7 Artists Proofs. It was published by Editions Beyeler, BaselProvenance: The Fondation Beyeler, Basel, Switzerland.

As one of the most important European art dealers of his time, Ernst Beyeler was an inspiration for the international art world for over sixty years. In his gallery in Basel he organized some 300 exhibitions, published catalogues, co-founded Art Basel and sold thousands of art works to private collections and museums worldwide.
Ernst and his wife Hildy put together a world class collection of modern art for themselves. In 1982, they donated their collection to the public by creating the Beyeler Foundation, a not-for-profit organization under Swiss law. They commissioned the Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano to design a museum building in their hometown of Riehen/Basel, close to the border of Switzerland, Germany, and France. It is the perfect home for the Beyeler Collection, comprising around 230 masterpieces of Post-Impressionist, modern, contemporary, and tribal art. Works from its collection are loaned for temporary exhibitions in prestigious museums around the globe.

Excellent Condition.

ONLINE CATALOGUE(S):  Gilden's Arts Inventory Catalogue
LITERATURE:  Webel, Sophie, 1991, JEAN DUBUFFET: L'Oeuvre Grave et les livres illustres. Catalogue raisonne, editor Baudoin Lebon, Paris. Reference: Webel 1167 (fully illustrated p 114)
 
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