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Valerio Adami, Roland Garros French Open - Rouge, Vert, Bleu (Red, Green, Blue)

Valerio Adami Roland Garros French Open - Rouge, Vert, Bleu (Red, Green, Blue), 1980

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Valerio Adami, Roland Garros French Open - Rouge, Vert, Bleu (Red, Green, Blue)
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  • Offered by the gallery

    Art Wise Rare Posters
    Brooklyn - United States

  • Authenticity

    Work sold with an invoice from the gallery
    and a certificate of authenticity

  • Signature

    Hand-signed by artist

  • Medium

    Print : lithography

  • Themes

    Etching

  • Support

    Print on paper

  • Type

    Numbered and limited to 50 copies

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    34 x 78 inch

  • Framing

    Not framed

  • Collector’s Guide

  • About the artwork

    Sku: CB5352-B
    Artist: Valerio Adami
    Title: Roland Garros French Open -Rouge, Vert, Bleu (Red, Green, Blue)
    Year: 1980
    Signed: Yes
    Medium: Lithograph
    Paper Size: 34 x 26 inches ( 86.36 x 66.04 cm )
    Image Size: 34 x 26 inches ( 86.36 x 66.04 cm )
    Edition Size: 50
    Framed: No
    Condition: A: Mint


    Additional Details: Set of 3 Lithographs- Rouge, Vert, Bleu (Red, Green, Blue). Each Lithograph is Signed and Numbered out of 50 in pencil by Adami. Each print measures 34 x 26 inches.

    The Roland Garros French Open tournament has recruited notable artists since 1981 - when Eduardo Arroyo created series of pictures that remains the favorite for many. These posters have not only always been more artistic than those of the US Open and Australian Open, but have also always expressed a more creative, quirky, eccentric and outlandish take on the event.

    Shipping and Handling: We ship Worldwide. For Domestic and International shipments alike, we use heavy, thick-walled UPS and FedEx Approved shipping tubes to ship all items that are rollable. For items that cannot be rolled, we pack the item flat.

    • Tags
    • narrative figuration

    • roland garros

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Valerio Adami

Born in: 1935

Italy

Famous artist

Valerio Adami is in Italian painter born on March 17, 1935 in the Italian city of Bologna. He is famous for his pintings with surfaces of flashy outlined by thick black lines, reminding of comics. He divides his time between France and Italy.

Adami was educated at Academy Brera in Milan between 1952 and 1954. He traveled to paris for the first time in 1955, where he met Roberto Matta. His first solo exhibition came in 1957 in Milan, with works inspired by Matta's surrealism.

In the late '60s, he became part of the Nouvelle Figuration (New Figuration) movement. Adami began to address politics in his art, and incorporated subject matter such as modern European history, literature, philosophy, and mythology. Adami's artworks were expressionistic, but around the time of his second exhibition in 1964 at Kassel, he had developed a style of painting reminiscent of French cloisonnism, featuring regions of flat colour bordered by black lines. The artist subjects were highly stylized and often presented in fragments, as seen in Telescoping Rooms.

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