LOT 33
Jean Carzou (1907 - 2000)
La Caravelle, 1979
lithograph
55 x 76 cm
Edition of 1/30
signed and dated 'Carzou 79' (lower right)


Estimate: $250 - $500
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Private Collection, Lebanon. 
Private Collection, France.
Beirut, Lebanon
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  • About Jean Carzou

    Born in 1907 in Aleppo, Syria, Armenian artist Karnik Zouloumian later known as Jean Carzou, moved to Cairo, Egypt in 1919 to attend school and then to Paris in 1924 to pursue his studies in architecture. He later on graduated from the Montparnasse Art Academy. In the 1950s, Carzou created costumes for various operas and ballets in Paris. He also illustrated many books, notably Ernest Hemingway’s “A Farewell to Arms” and Albert Camus’s “Notebooks”. In 1956, Carzou was knighted the French Legion of Honor and in 1976, he became the first living artist to have his work "Distant Princess" appear on a French postage stamp. Carzou died in France in 2000. 



    LOT 33
    Jean Carzou
    La Caravelle

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    LOT 33

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    La Caravelle



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