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Hoi Lebadang Horse in Red Lithograph, Signed , Numbered & Framed

$ 1,200.00

An abstract Lithograph by Lebadang, known as Hoi (Vietnamese, French 1921 - 2015) of a horse in red with a hint of blue, yellow and black. The art work is signed by the artist " lebadang" in the bottom right and also numbered 136/190. The lithograph is finely matted in pink and presented in a custom frame with glass top to protect the artwork.

About the artist:
Lebadang was a Vietnamese-born French artist best known for his densely textured mixed-media paintings of molded pasteboard, limestone, and pigment on burlap or canvas surfaces. Lebandang’s work often depict forms of horses, floral imagery, Vietnamese villages, and other subjects, seemingly oscillating between abstraction and representation a muted background. Born in 1921 in Bich-La-Dong, Vietnam, Lebadang emigrated to Paris in 1939 where he fought in the French Resistance Army against the Nazi invasion. He was subsequently captured and held in a prison camp, eventually being released and going on to study at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Today, Lebadang’s works are in the collections of the Cincinnati Museum of Art, the Rockefeller Collection in New York, and the Phoenix Museum of Art, among others. Lebadangon died March 8, 2015 in Paris, France. Source: Artnet.

Dimensions: Framed - 14.5” H x 18.5” W x 1” D
Unmated - 8.25” H x 12” W

Period: 1960's

Condition: Good. Wear consistent with age and use.

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