Marcel Janco Signed Limited Edition “5 Couleurs” Abstract Lithograph
A signed limited edition lithograph by the Romanian-Israeli artist Marcel Janco (1895-1984). Titled 5 Couleurs and signed to the lower right, this abstract lithograph features a gray background with a colorful arrangement of shapes in black, red, yellow, and orange. The print is displayed in a black wooden frame and a white mat.
Born in Bucharest, Marcel Janco was an architect, artist, and art theorist. His works spanned a wide variety of styles including Art Nouveau, Futurism, and Expressionism. Janco was also one of the originators of Dadaism and a leader in Constructivism in Eastern Europe. Persecuted by anti-Semitism during the 1930s and 40s, Janco immigrated to British Mandate for Palestine in 1941. He later was awarded the Israel Prize, the Histadrut Prize, and Dizengoff Price.
19.75” x 25.5” x 1” (frame); 12.25” x 16” (sight).
Age appropriate wear. Some spotting to the print. Some scratches, scuffs, and chips in the frame. Some of the corners of the frame are heavily worn.
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