Artist Stamp. Ed. 66 / 200
Signed on the stone, with atelier stamp.
Henri (Emile Othon) Friesz is born in Le Havre in 1879.
There he meets Raoul Dufy, befriends Georges Braque.
In 1898, Othon Friesz win a scholarship that allows to study at the School of Fine Arts in Paris until 1903 (atelier Bonnat).
He befriends Matisse, Rouault, Marquet, Vlaminck, Derain. He paints landscapes in the tradition of Impressionism, inspired by Pissarro and Guillaumin. He exhibits in groups exhibitions (Salon des Indépendants, Salon d'Automne).
Othon Friesz joins the fauvism movemen in 1905.
Around 1909, Friesz adopts a more classical "way" which remains his until the end of his work.
This woodcut belongs to this period. He takes this motive from Adam and Eva and does several representations as the one shown in Hermitage.
In very good condition, it will be send in a custom box so it is not unfolded.
- Othon Friesz
- Tittel på kunstverk
- Adam and Eva in Paradise (c. 1910)
- Kunsterens stempel
- 20×23 cm
- Totale dimensjoner
- 33×46×1 cm
- Selges med ramme