TIGRANE POLAT (1874 - 1950)
Tigrane Polat was one of the most prominent artists of the Armenian diaspora. Born in Alexandria, Tigrane Polat went to Paris to study law, but soon abandoned his law studies to become the pupil of his fellow-Armenian, the etcher Edgar Chahine. After a time in Chahine's studio, Polat entered the Académie Julian, where he studied under Jean-Paul Laurens and Benjamin-Constant. Polat had a very light touch as an etcher, and specialized in nymph-like, scantily-clad maidens. His name is sometimes spelled Tigrane Polad.
ARIANE ABANDONNEE, 1929
perfect impression of this perfect combination of landscape and
Printed on vellum paper, signed and justified
sheet 27 by 39 cm
Price: 220 EURO
The wolf and the lamb
'Unique' impression of the unfinished second state
A perfect impression of this perfect combination of landscape and figure study.
22 by 15 cm
Printed on Japan paper, signed and justified
sheet 28 by 20 cm
Price: 120 EURO
This is one of the edition of 20 reserved for the Artist, the
Author and the Editor.
Printed and published by André Devambez, under the artistic direction of Édouard Chimot.
You get really near to the Artist following the evolution of his design trough the different states.
Price: on request
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