Roger Vieillard / Architecture I (Economic Dirigee; The New Deal; The Tower) Presented by The Annex Galleries

Roger VIEILLARD - Architecture I (Economic Dirigee; The New Deal; The Tower)

Presented by The Annex Galleries

  • Year
    1935
  • Technical
    Etching
  • Image size
    35 750,5 x 25,8 cm / 14075.0 x 10.1 in
  • Paper size
    53,3 x 38,7 cm / 21.0 x 15.3 in
  • Edition
    6/40
  • Price
    On demand
  • Reference
    Hacker 20; Austin/Desmond catalogue 95
  • Visit(s)
    473
  • Condition
Roger VIEILLARD - Architecture I (Economic Dirigee; The New Deal; The Tower)

Pencil signed, titled, and editioned; dated in the plate; printed by the artist at Atelier 17, Paris; on cream Canson Vidalon laid; ex-collection Cathal O'Toole.
Architecture I is a comment on the economic condition of the world in the mid 1930's (in the U.S. it was exhibited as The New Deal), a structure with classical elements, collapsing under its own weight, held together with wire. Vieillard's work was represented in the important 1944 exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art in New York titled "Hayter and Studio 17" which included 60 prints by 32 artists from 12 nations.

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