Hoi Lebadang Signed & #d Lithograph Horse 2nd Of 4
Hoi Lebadang Signed & #d Lithograph Horse 2nd of 4 Semi Abstract Composition CNX NOTE: This is the second of four works by Hoi Lebadang features in this sale as individual lots. Print measures-20-5/8”high by 14-7/8” wide Visible image site-22” high by 16”wide Frame-27-1/2” high by 21-1/4” wide by 3/4”deep…under plexiglass . This was framed by the famed framers- KUliCKe in New York, NY. Stamp on reverse. See images closely. This is signed in the right hand corner and numbered in the left hand area in pencil. This has beautiful dramatic colors of orange, yellow and green plus more to compliment you home or office. This piece shows a horse with two moons or planets. This is numbered 56 of 260. See images closely. Lebadang (Hoi) was born in Quang Tri, Vietnam in 1922. He moved to France in 1939 to pursue an art career at Ecole de Beaus Arts de Toulouse. While studying there he was awarded prizes for painting, drawing, and sculpture and won his first commission. By 1950 the Paris art community had recognized Lebadang's work, appreciating the blend of European and Far Eastern culture and philosophies reflected in it. The director of the Far Eastern Department at UNESCO commissioned him to illustrate a book of poetry, published by Editions Euros. Lebadang was first represented in the United States, in 1966, with an exhibition of his paintings at the Cincinnati Art Museum. In describing his art today critics remark that it incorporates everyday subjects into dream-like expressions of thought. Lebadang, an accomplished printmaker, favors the techniques of etching, lithograph, and serigraph. He also has done lithographs using the name Hoi. Lebadang's work is exhibited in Dusseldorf, Paris, Nantes, Cologne, Cannes and Aix en Provence galleries. His work is owned in permanent private and public collections including: Rockefeller Collection, New York; Loo Collection in Tokyo; Verkerke Collection, Holland; Phoenix Art Museum, USA; Cincinnati Museum, USA; Columbia Art Institute, USA; Lund University Museum, Sweden; Foundation Museum, Kenya; and the Museum of Arts and Letters, France. Source: Annex Galleries as published on the AskArt online database.
No creases, tears, or foxing. Frame is good with light scattered wear. A few scuffs.