Concerto after Arman, Limited Edition, Plate Number 30
"Concerto d'apres Arman, Edition Limitee, Assiette No 30." signed and numbered in back. Concerto after Arman, Limited Edition, Plate Number 30
Porcelain platter for Haviland Limoges, made in France printed in back. Large white round charger, plate decorated with abstract violin in blue, pink and gold in box signed by artist in front.
Arman (née Armand Pierre Fernandez) was born in 1928 in Nice, France. Arman’s foundation as an artist began in 1949, where he spent time painting in the Surrealist style at the École du Louvre.
By 1958, Armand was making his mark on the art world as a painter and sculptor, who retained a printer’s misspelling of his name and referred to himself as Arman.
Dimensions: 0.5 in. H x 12.5 in. D
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