"1960s Boat Races" by Charles Lapicque


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Serigraph on paper board, vintage frame.

33.25" x 25.5"

Origin: California

Condition: Vintage.

Entitled "Boat Races," this originial 1972 serigraph on paper board is by Charles Lapicque (1898-1988). Lapicque lived in Paris and studied art and the piano for most of his life. Very succesful during his lifetime, he received the prestigious "Prix Raoul Dufy" of the Biennial of Venice in 1953. Signed at the bottom. Framed in a restored vintage wood frame with wide face with a distressed green finish using antique white archival matting behind conservation clear glass.

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Overall Dimensions: 33.25" x 25.5"

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