Philippe Noyer Artist Proof Three Girls at the Piano Lithograph | Original Hand Signed | Art Deco Art | Philippe Henri Noyer Painting
This is a very special and rare lithograph by Phillipe Noyer (Lyon, France, 1917 - 1985) titled " Les Petites Filles aux Piano " or "Three Girls at the Piano" (1979). Please note the lithograph is bright in color - in some pictures the image is a little lighter. You will not find a number due to the fact it is noted EA or Epreuve d'artist also known as an artist's proof; meaning the first pieces off the press for the artist's approval before. It is hand signed with Phillip Noyer’s original signature. Only 325 prints of this piece were made.
32"W x 1.5"D x 46”H (OVERALL)
27"W x 0"D x 41”H (IMAGE)
*Measurements are in approximate inches & always using the largest point of the object
Ready to hang the artwork itself is in excellent condition. The stunning gold and slightly silver metallic frame with black interior trim are in good condition – there are a couple of minor nicks here and there. The lithograph is encased in plexiglass and any reflections on the surface are not part of the actual finish. To keep the integrity of this art - it will be packaged and shipped by a professional.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Art Brokerage: Phillipe Noyer French Artist: b. 1917-1985 - French Artist Phillipe Noyer's stylised images featuring the material luxury and ephemera surrounding early 20th century high society have an art deco feel. The luminosity in his works comes from a technique he discovered and perfected in which he avoids white in favor of pure colors. Phillip De Noyer became a renowned portrait artist of Paris and London high society. He was also commissioned to paint American stars including Elizabeth Taylor, Dinah Shore and Jean Wallace. Listings wanted by Art Brokerage.
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This listing may be for a vintage item or set, meaning there will be some wear signs of use and is common due to age. Please zoom in on those pictures to make sure you are okay with the imperfections that define the character. If you need additional pictures or have questions, please feel to message us. We love to help!