Max Papart Mixed Media Print "Sonata for a Bird," Circa 1990
Max Papart (French, 1911–1994)
Sonata for a Bird, circa 1990
Carborundum, aquatint, embossing, and collage on paper
Signed to the lower right
Max Papart was known for his Cubist-style landscapes, portraits, and circus-themed scenes. Papart received his formal art training in Paris, learning classic engraving techniques. The artist strove to achieve symphonic compositions that acted as windows to both entertainment and engaging thought. Today, Papart’s work can be found in numerous private and public collections, including the Musee d’Art Moderne (Paris), Victoria and Albert Museum (London), and more.
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- Item not examined outside of mounting
- minor scuff marks to the acrylic glazing; scratches to the frame; two dents to the upper right of the frame.
- measures frame; sheet measures 38.0" W x 25.75" H.