Lot 2

Untitled

Shafic Abboud (1926 - 2004)
lithograph
42 x 56 cm
Edition of 101/150
hand signed 'Abboud' (lower right)

Estimate: $1,000 - $3,000
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Provenance
Private Collection, Lebanon.
Ader, Paris, France, Tableaux Modernes - Abstraction, June, 2011, Lot 234.
Location
Beirut, Lebanon
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    ABOUT Shafic Abboud
    Born in 1926 in Lebanon, Shafic Abboud is one of the foremost Arab artists of the 20th century. His paintings are a manifesto for freedom, colour, light and joy, as well as being a permanent bridge between the art scenes of France and Lebanon. Both Lebanese and Parisian, he was very attached to Lebanon, to its landscapes, its light and his own...
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