Jean Dewasne (FRENCH, 1921-1999)
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Jean Dewasne (FRENCH, 1921-1999)

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Jean Dewasne (FRENCH, 1921-1999)
Composition
screenprint in colours, on aluminium, signed in pencil and numbered 58/100 on the publisher's label on the reverse, from the edition published by Editions Lahumière, Paris and printed to the edges by Atelier Marquet, with surface scratching, two corners bent, framed
L. 635 x 1100 mm.;
and Another by the same hand (2)
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Lot Essay

In his twenties, Dewasne painted after plaster figures and models for nearly five years. From 1943 on he painted abstract forms and often placed contrasting colours opposite to each other. From 1950 to 1952 Dewasne led, together with Pillet, the Académie d'Art Abstrait. He lived in Paris and exhibited all over Europe.

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