1970s Guy Charon, France Colorful Floral Lithograph, Limited Edition
Beautiful c. 1970s signed and numbered lithograph of a cottage scene by Guy Charon. Born in 1927 in Écueillé, France, Charon moved to Paris in 1951 and began exhibiting at the Salon de la Nationale des Beaux-Arts and the Salon des Independants. His works are in the collections of the Musée de Saint-Cyrien, the Musée de Petit-Palais in Paris, and the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, among others.
The lithograph depicts the entryway of a cozy home surrounded by a bounty of flora including colorful trees, bushes and flowers. Garden motifs often dominate Charon’s work. The vibrant lithograph is numbered 106/300 and framed an matted in a gold metal and plexiglass frame. The Metropolitan Gallery of Fine Art, Inc. sticker is on the back. The frame measures 32-1/2" wide by 26-1/2" tall.
An heirloom piece of Charon's art for your collection!
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