Le Corbusier 1956 Abstract Lithograph After "Modulor"


A 1956 abstract lithograph after an original collage titled, Modulor by Swiss-French architect and artist Le Corbusier (1887-1965). The lithograph depicts the iconic modular man with his arm raised as a measure of anthropometric scale. Various red, brown, black, and light blue shapes surround him. Scrolled to the lower right portion of the lithograph reads, "Friend of Modular, search by yourself, invent, discover… bring your inventions, they will be useful. Thank you friend, Le Corbusier".

Le Corbusier, born Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris, was a Swiss-French architect, designer, painter, city planner, and writer. Responsible for the initial movements toward modern architecture, Le Corbusier's career extended five decades of architectural planning and engineering throughout the Americas, Europe, and India. 



28.75” x 35.75” x .75” (frame); 20.5” x 27.5” (sight).

Condition notes:

Scratches and scuffs on the frame. Some discoloration to the paper. Scuffs and scratches in the print present. Other wear present.

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