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'Évasion' (1995) by Corneille

€300
Évasion (1995) is a limited edition serigraph. The print is signed and numbered by Guillaume Corneille

Artist: Guillaume Corneille
Title: Évasion
Year: 1995
Technique: Serigraph (silkscreen)
Edition #: Epreuve d'artiste 8 / 30
Signed: Lower right in pencil
Size: 34 x 44 cm (13" x 17.3")
Condition: In excellent condition

Corneille Guillaume Beverloo (1922 – 2010)
Guillaume Cornelis Beverloo better known under his pseudonym Corneille, was a Dutch artist. He became a close friend of Karel Appel and co-founded the CoBrA group of artists, with Alechinksy, Jorn and Dubuffet, in 1948. The poetic Corneille was strongly influenced by Miró and Picasso. After the group dissolved in 1951 he moved to Paris and began collecting African art. These primitive artifacts became evident in his works, which began to take on a more imaginative style, like landscapes seen from a bird's eye view, exotic birds and stylised forms. Corneille became one of the most popular Dutch painters of his time, and his work still enjoys an international reputation.

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