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A Group of Three Collage Models by Jean Legros from the “Blues and Browns Series”

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A Group of three collage models:

- Blues and Browns Series” Model – 1977

Signed and dated Jean Legros 77 (lower right)
Six acrylic painted strip collage pressed down on board
Excellent condition 11 x 15 in (28 x 38 cm)
16 3⁄4 x 20
5⁄8 in framed (42,4 x 52,4 cm)

- “Blues and Browns Series” Model – 1977
Signed and dated J. Legros 77 (lower right)
Four acrylic painted strip collage pressed down on board
Excellent condition 8 3⁄4 x 15 in (22 x 38 cm)
14
3⁄8 x 20 5⁄8 in framed (36,4 x 52,4 cm)

- “Blues and Browns Series” Model – 1977

Signed and dated J. Legros 77 (lower right)
Three acrylic painted strip collage pressed down on board
Excellent condition 7 7⁄8 x 15 in (20 x 38 cm)
13 1⁄2 x 20
5⁄8 in framed (34,4 x 52,4 cm)

Hand-crafted by the artist white wooden box frames.

Studio stamps on the back of the frames and certificates of authenticity from the artist’s wife, Micheline Legros, who inventoried her husband’s body of work.

Those models, or “maquettes” in French, epitomize Legros’ lifelong research on purely geometric colored abstraction.
Each of them is the small version of a final unique project meant to be realized in a very large scale.
By the time he created them, the artist had reached full maturity, in close proximity with some American abstract artists.

Legros’ numerous essays and writing about his theory on colors shed light on the meaning and emotional power of each one, as well as their mutual interactions.
"The colors, sometimes static or sometimes dynamic, which unify or, on the contrary, slide and collide with each others are
“brought to light” " according to his own expression.

The lines and compositions of those models are also structured according to Malevich's Suprematistic principles.

Provenance:
The artist’s studio thence by descent.

Fontainebleau Fine Art

A Group of Three Collage Models by Jean Legros from the “Blues and Browns Series”

Call For Price and Availability | 203-325-8070


A Group of three collage models:

- Blues and Browns Series” Model – 1977

Signed and dated Jean Legros 77 (lower right)
Six acrylic painted strip collage pressed down on board
Excellent condition 11 x 15 in (28 x 38 cm)
16 3⁄4 x 20
5⁄8 in framed (42,4 x 52,4 cm)

- “Blues and Browns Series” Model – 1977
Signed and dated J. Legros 77 (lower right)
Four acrylic painted strip collage pressed down on board
Excellent condition 8 3⁄4 x 15 in (22 x 38 cm)
14
3⁄8 x 20 5⁄8 in framed (36,4 x 52,4 cm)

- “Blues and Browns Series” Model – 1977

Signed and dated J. Legros 77 (lower right)
Three acrylic painted strip collage pressed down on board
Excellent condition 7 7⁄8 x 15 in (20 x 38 cm)
13 1⁄2 x 20
5⁄8 in framed (34,4 x 52,4 cm)

Hand-crafted by the artist white wooden box frames.

Studio stamps on the back of the frames and certificates of authenticity from the artist’s wife, Micheline Legros, who inventoried her husband’s body of work.

Those models, or “maquettes” in French, epitomize Legros’ lifelong research on purely geometric colored abstraction.
Each of them is the small version of a final unique project meant to be realized in a very large scale.
By the time he created them, the artist had reached full maturity, in close proximity with some American abstract artists.

Legros’ numerous essays and writing about his theory on colors shed light on the meaning and emotional power of each one, as well as their mutual interactions.
"The colors, sometimes static or sometimes dynamic, which unify or, on the contrary, slide and collide with each others are
“brought to light” " according to his own expression.

The lines and compositions of those models are also structured according to Malevich's Suprematistic principles.

Provenance:
The artist’s studio thence by descent.

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