Illustration for the book of Jean Paul Guibbert, Images de la mort douce (image of the sweet death) 1974
Medium: Original etching
Edition: 160 of 199
Signature: Hand-signed in pencil
Image Size: from 2.25" x 2.25" to 5" H x 3.5" W
Paper Size: 16" H x 10" W
Published in 1974
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The painter and graphic artist Leonor Fini moved to Milan in 1925, where she lived until 1937 and already received her first commissions for portraits. The first exhibition of her paintings took place here in 1929, together with works by Arthuro Nathan and Carlo Sbisa. In 1937 Leonor Fini stayed in Paris for the first time, where she came into contact with the surrealist painters. She became friends with Max Ernst, Man Ray and Salvador Dalí. She took part in some of the major Surrealist exhibitions but declined membership.
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