Equilibre Triangulaire(68 views)
Equilibre Triangulaire (682). Carborundum Gravure Etching contains 12 coloures with hand-work by James Coignard. 80 signed and numbered impressions, plus 15 EA's and 10 HC impressions.
Created in 1987
Image size: 59" x 39".
Coignard's work shows great force through his use of vibrant colors and beautiful tactile relief. Coignard draws you into his world with the: composition of space, play of colours and lettering directly coupled with his directional lines which create visual vectors traping and releasing you between the known and unknown. Coignard's hand-work can be seen in all of his etchings in many different mediums.
Catalogue Raisonn_ & COA:
This work is fully documented and referenced in the below catalogue raisonn_s and texts.
1) "L'Ceuvre Grave de James Coignard, Volume 4" Editions Sonet 1986-1998 (682, pg.15)
2) A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany this work.
About the Framing:
This work is framed to museum-grade, conservation standards, presented in a silver moulding, linen liner floated on linen background and UV protection Plexiglas.
Framed Dimensions: 67 1/2" x 47 1/2"
Born in central France in 1925-2008 the abstract artist James Coignard started his career early. He studied first at the Ecole des Arts Decoratifs in Nice, then as an apprentice to the painter Marchand des Raux. He is especially renowned for his use of vibrant primary colors and for his technical versatility.
In both his mixed media canvases and his works on paper, Coignard also achieves a deep, heavy texture that is another distinctive trait of his art. He is also an accomplished sculptor as well, working with such varied materials as bronze and glass. In 1968, his friend Henri Goetz discovered a new technique, using carborundum in the etching process. Etchings quickly became the central focus of Coignard's work. James Coignard wass a compulsive worker, producing entire series of paintings and prints in intense sessions that sometimes last up to three months. His methods are meticulous, in the tradition of the Old Masters. He starts each piece with dramatic swashes of blue, red, yellow, green and black, these are his signature colors.
Provenance: Elliott Gallery New Orleans
Dimensions: 59" x 39"
Medium: Carborundum Gravure Etching
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