Fr. b. 1927
Tulipes à Paris
framed double matted and floated behind plexiglass
marked and signed 301/375
Chartreuse, cadmium yellow, cadmium orange, viridian green, pink, blues
"This large, original color lithograph, titled " Tulipes a Paris," was created by noted French artist, painter, and printmaker, Guy Charon (b. 1927). The limited-edition lithograph features a brightly colored still life with a vase of tulips sitting on a table with several tall buildings in the background. The lithograph, printed on heavy-weight wove Arches paper with full margins. The image measures 21" high and 16" wide (54 cm x 41 cm), the paper measures 26" high and 20" wide (65 cm x 50 cm). The lithograph is signed by the artist in pencil in the lower right margin "Charon," and is numbered "301/375" in the lower-left margin. There is also a blind stamp "CG" (Circle Gallery, Ltd.) next to the edition numbering". excerpted and edited from Worthpoint by KBE About the Artist: A modern French landscape painter and lithographer, Guy Charon has exhibited his art in major Paris salons since 1954. These include the Salon de la Nationale des Beaux-Arts, Salon des Independants, Salon d'Automne, and Ecole de Paris - Galerie Charpentier. Since 1956 his paintings and lithographs have been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions in France, the United States, Venezuela, Switzerland, Monaco, Norway, Sweden, and Japan. The art of Guy Charon is today held in many private and public collections around the world, including the Musee de Saint- Cyprien, the Musee de Petit-Palais, Geneva, Switzerland, the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, and the Musee d'Art moderne de la Ville de Paris. Charon has also been the subject of French film documentaries in 1960, 1983, and 1985. “ $500.00
Set of Three Canton Chinese Export Plates
$300.00 lot comprised of 4 pieces plus stands
lot comprised of 4 pieces plus stands
Lot Total: $700.00 ($800.00)
These items are sold together as a LOT for a lower price. If bought separately, the price is marked individually. During the Festival of Trees event in November, this print by Guy Charon was one of the most popular items viewed and there were several interested parties.
This is a one of a kind purchase- not only as a piece of MAS history but also the Carlyle Hotel in New York.
Call Kristy Edwards, Curator of Art, at 478-477-3232 to arrange purchase and pick up Also by email : firstname.lastname@example.org