Jean Jacques Deyrolle

1911, Nogent-sur-Marne, France – 1967, Toulon, France


Print No. 1, 1956

Lithography on paper, 59,5 x 43cm

Edition: 3/30; inscribed: b.l. 3/30; b.r. J. Deyrolle

Acquisition: Gift

Reference: 00528



Jean Jacques Deyrolle is one of the representatives of the European geometric abstract art after the II World War. Mostly known by his graphic art and exclusive illustration for renowned writers publications (for ex. Sejour from Samuel Beckett). Deyrolle was professor at the Fine Art Academy in Munich and in the period of 50s-60s his artworks were part of most important exhibitions, like Documenta 2 in Kassel etc.

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