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CESAR BALDACCINI

  • Cadrans de montres

    Lithograph
    Signed and numbered on 100 copies
    66 x 52 cm

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  • Assiette brisée

    Assiette brisée, 1973
    assiette en porcelaine
    éditée par l'Atelier A
    estampillée,
    datée et numérotée 332/2000
    Diamètre ; 24 cm
    Bibliographie:
    François Jollant Kneebone et Chloé Braunstein, Atelier A, rencontre de l’art et de l’objet, Norma Editions, Paris, 2003, p. 151.

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  • écritures

    « César 1985"
    Ecriture multicolore sur papier
    30 x 22 cm

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  • Ginette

    La Ginette (sanguine)
    Lithography signed and numbered on 80 copies
    80 x 60 cm
    circa 1990

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  • Le Rieur de Donatello

    bronze
    36 x 30 cm
    1970
    8 ex.

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  • Poule

    Poule, 1984
    Drawing with collages
    Signed
    45 x 37 cm

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César Baldaccini, (1 January 1921 – 6 December 1998), better known simply as César, was a noted French sculptor.

César was at the forefront of the Nouveau Réalisme movement with his radical compressions (compacted automobiles, discarded metal, or rubbish), expansions (polyurethane foam sculptures), and fantastic representations of animals and insects. He also belonged to the School of Nice movement.