Roger Mühl Signed Limited Edition Abstract Lithograph of a Seated Nude


A limited edition lithograph by the French artist Roger Mühl (1929-2008). This abstract print depicts a seated nude woman with her black hair drawn up in a bun and her back to viewer. Seated on an orange striped cushion or chair, the woman gazes out what appears to be a window covered with a white gauze curtain. Signed to the lower right, the print is numbered 104/125 to the lower left and is displayed in a off-white mat and a silver tone metal frame.

Born in Strasbourg, Mühl attended the National School of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg where he graduated from in 1948. He moved to Montreux-Chateau in 1954 and became known for his paintings of the French countryside and figures, especially his depictions of atmosphere and light. Mühl had his first Parisian exhibit in 1960 at the Galerie de Paris.



37” x 34.75” x 1” (frame); 30.5” x 28” (sight).

Condition notes:

Scratches and scuffs to the frame and plexiglass. Toning to the paper. There are some natural creases in the paper that are visible.

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