Max Papart – Limited Edition, Carborundum Etching, Framed

For sale is an original, abstract signed Carborundum Etching- on handmade paper – by French artist Max Papart (1911 – 1994). The title of the piece is unknown. Produced in the late 1980’s. The condition of the piece is 9/10.

The paper size: 21″x29″ The framed “outside” size: 25″x33″ The piece is floated on archival, museum Rising matboard. The frame is a water-guilded, gold leaf moulding that was made in France. The glass used is Tru-Vu Conservation Clear.
—Born in 1911 in Marseille, France -Max Papart’s paintings and graphics are suffused with the sunny humor and bright colors of the French Riviera, where he was born in 1911. Working in a Cubist style, Max Papart depicts circus scenes, flirting couples, soaring birds, and similar cheerful subjects with flat, overlapping planes of contrasting colors and textures which suggest many levels of depth. Often he also achieves what has been called a “time window” effect, through which the viewer sen’sses the past or future. This is not to say that Max Papart is simply a purveyor of superficial entertainment. For all their decorative gaiety, Papart works also force the viewer to think. As the noted critic André Parinaud put it, “We are going to rediscover Max Papart as one of the masters of the second cubist generation… “
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