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Creator Name: Dubuffet, Jean
Creator Nationality: European; French
Creator Role: Artist
Creator Dates/Places: 1901 - 1985
Creator Name-CRT: Jean Dubuffet
Title: Nez carotte
Title Type: Foreign
Title: Carrot Nose
Title Type: Primary
View: Full View
Creation Start Date: 1962
Creation End Date: 1962
Creation Date: 1962
Object Type: Prints
Classification Term: Print
Materials and Techniques: color lithograph
Dimensions: Sheet: 64cm x 45cm
Inscriptions: Signed by the artist at lower right: "J. Dubuffet 62"; lower left: "epreuve d'essai"
AMICA Contributor: The Cleveland Museum of Art
Owner Location: Cleveland, Ohio, USA
ID Number: 1970.270
Credit Line: Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Colin, New York, through ROGOCO Foundation
Copyright: ? Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris
(Transfer of Assemblages)
Dubuffet not only worked directly on zinc lithographic plates, but also utilized lithographic transfer paper, a specially coated paper from which a design drawn with greasy lithographic crayon or ink can be transferred onto a lithographic plate. In 1961-62 Dubuffet printed some of The Phenomena plates onto transfer paper that he had cut into different shapes. The pieces were arranged to form images of distorted, yet whimsical, faces and figures. The design of each assemblage was then transferred onto a lithographic plate so that multiple impressions could be printed.
AMICA ID: CMA_.1970.270
AMICA Library Year: 2002
Media Metadata Rights:
Copyright, The Cleveland Museum of Art
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