Original lithograph by Charles Cobelle, "Monaco"
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Directory: Fine Art: Prints: Lithographs: Pre 1980: item # 936872
Please refer to our stock # 11035F when inquiring.
SANAI FINE ART & ANTIQUES
P. O. Box 495633
Garland, Texas 75049-5633
Phone: 972-270-3960 Fax: 972-270-3961
Sale $250.00, item was $1,000.00
The paper size: 23" W x 35" H with border margin.
Unframed Original Lithograph by Artist, Charles Cobelle, (1902-1994)
The title, "Monaco"
Medium: 100% Rag content Acid Free Paper.
Condition: excellent, never been framed.
Edition number: 200/500. Signed and numbered in pencil.
Please note: we sold edition number 179/500, we will be shipping 200/500.
Edition size 500 plus some aritist proof existing.
It was published in 1979 by The Graphic House
We guarantee it is original lithograph. We will send you COA with shipment.
Charles Cobelle was born in Alsace-Lorraine, France 1902. Formally studied with Raoul Dufy and Marc Chargall. He followed the tradition of the school of Paris. While Dufy and Chagall are guides thru their painting by the light, Cobelle was pursuing his own original style works of paintings and evolved by his unique own style and painting techniques which ended many fine art form of daily living, cityscape, palace scene, landscape, figurative images, with his wonderful artistic talents of composition and his playful coloration. His use of colors are wonderful with imagination. His brush strokes show how his artistc talent levels were accomplished and achieved. All of our lithographs works are showing his top level achivement time as fine artsit. His major murals work is Nieman-Marcus in Dallas, Mark Hopkins Hotel in San Francisco, The Wadworth Athenaeum in Hartford, the Admistration Building of New York, the cruise ships of the Holland American Lines, and Haddon-Hall in Atlantic City. His original painting has been auctioned through major auction house, such as Sotheby's and other major auction house throughout the world. He passed away in age of 92 in New York, 1994.