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Arikha Avigdor (1929 - 2010)
Gouache on paper
39 x 75 cm (15 ³/₈ x 29 ¹/₂ inches)
Signed lower right
Executed circa 1955
This work is an fine example of the Avigdor’s abstract work, which the artist completed following his training at the École des Beaux-Arts. While living and working in Paris, the Jewish-Israeli artist became friends with iconic intellectuals, such as Samuel Beckett. His experiments in this mode of avant-garde painting only lasted for a brief period, making works in this style particularly rare and desirable. Recognised globally as a truly inspiring and intriguing artistic figure, today Avigdor’s work is housed in collections such as The Met, New York and National Galleries Scotland.
This original artwork by Arikha Avigdor is available for immediate purchase.
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