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Fernand Leger Lithograph: "Les Instruments de la Passion"

Fernand Leger Lithograph: "Les Instruments de la Passion"

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Title: "Les Instruments de la Passion"
Artist: Fernand Leger
Circa: 1951
Medium: Lithograph
Size: Print size: 8 1/4 x 20 1/4"; sheet size: 15 x 22"
ID: 052314-24

Condition: Acid burning, creasing in the center, and damage on the image around the center. Unsigned.

Lithograph "Les Instruments de la Passion", after the Fernand Leger stained glass window at the Église du Sacré-Coeur à Audincourt, (Church of the Sacred Heart of Audincourt, France), published in March 1951 for the exhibition "Sur Quatre Murs", and printed by Atelier Maeght. Excellent condition; center fold as issued. Print size: 8 1/4 x 20 1/4 inches; sheet size: 15 x 22 inches. Atelier Maeght is one of the most renowned printmakers in history, producing prints of the highest quality.

Église du Sacré-Coeur à Audincourt is modern-architecture church constructed from 1949-51. In addition to Leger's stained glass window, the church is adorned with stained glass and mosaics by Jean Bazaine and Jean Le Moal. The church was declared a historical monument in 1996.

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