XXE Siecle Paris

Original Lithograph in black frame.
Dimensions: 23 x 29 cm | Framed: 49 x 56 cm

Title of work: XXE Siecle Paris
Year: 1971 Artist: Alexander Calder
Medium: Original lithographic print. Printed in an issue of XXe Siecle's "Panorama" art book in 1971
Dimensions: 23 x 29 cm (9 × 11.4 in)
Framed: 49 x 56 cm (19.2 × 22 in)
Edition: This is a non-editioned multiple
Giftbox packaging option: Available at checkout
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About the Artist

Alexander Calder

Alexander Calder, (1898 - 1976) known to many as ‘Sandy’, was an American sculptor from Pennsylvania. He was the son of well-known sculptor Alexander Stirling Calder, and his grandfather and mother were also successful artists. Alexander Calder is known for inventing wire sculptures and the mobile, a type of kinetic art that relied on careful weighting to achieve balance and suspension in the air. Initially, Calder used motors to make his works move, but soon abandoned this method and began using air currents alone.