1984 Black and White Exhibition Poster, Camille Claudel
1984 Black and White Exhibition Poster, Camille Claudel
1984 Black and White Exhibition Poster, Camille Claudel

1984 Black and White Exhibition Poster, Camille Claudel

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Date: 1984
Size:  15.75 x 23.5 inches


About the Poster: Camille Rosalie Claudel was a French sculptor known for her figurative works in bronze and marble. She died in relative obscurity, but later gained recognition for the originality and quality of her work. A talented sculptress, during her lifetime she had as much recognition for her long relationship with Auguste Rodin as she did for her art. 

"More so than that of any of her male contemporaries, the work of Claudel looks forward to the expressionist career of Edvard Munch and Vincent Van Gogh . Diverging from the typical illusionist and historical depictions of the time, Claudel's approach prefigures the early-20th-century focus on autobiography, exploration of relationships, and self-representation, both in art and in the introduction of psychoanalysis. Although mildly influenced technically by Alfred Boucher and Auguste Rodin, Claudel was principally an innovator driven by her own individual experience." (theartstory.org)

From a private collection. Ready to frame.