Abraham Rattner Original Abstract Lithograph Fire Paris Teriade Verve 1937


Abraham Rattner stunning original lithograph titled ‘Fire’, published by Paris, Teriade, Verve (vol 1, no.1) in 1937. Signed in the stone/plate.
Professionally presented mounted front with back support, ready for your collection or frame.
Excellent condition for its age, vibrant colour, direct from private collection.
Highly collectable investment piece that will only increase in value.

Size:   Mount: 39x49cm. Image: 25x35cm.   Weight: 272gm.

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Revue Verve
Described by art critic Robert Hughes as “the quintessential Jewish artist of the twentieth century,” the Russian-French modernist Marc Chagall worked in nearly every artistic medium. Influenced by Symbolism, Fauvism, Cubism and Surrealism, he developed his own, distinctive style, combining avant-garde techniques.
In 1956, the art critic and publisher Tériade brought out a special issue of the legendary art magazine Revue Verve, which was exclusively devoted to one of Marc Chagall’s major themes: The Bible. For this outstanding issue, Chagall composed 18 full-page lithographs in colours and 12 in black and white. For his “Bible I” (4 years later, in 1960, the follow-up issue “Illustrations for The Bible” was published) Marc Chagall focused on characters from the Old Testament such as the Founding Fathers, the Kings, the Prophets and Angels.