The paper size: 23" H x 35" H (with border margin)
Unframed Original Lithograph by Artist, Charles Cobelle, (1902-1994)
The title, "Royal Lovers"
Medium: 100% Rag content Acid Free Paper.
Condition: excellent, never been framed.
Edition number : 447/500, signed Cobelle and numbered in pencil.
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. Item will be shipped in heavy duty tube.
Charles Cobelle was born in 1902 and emigrated to the United States. By the time he had emigrated to the United States he had already established himself as an artistic force in Europe. Once here, Cobelle's paintings were immediately sought after by galleries and private collectors alike. He focused on cityscapes which are notable for their movement and playful coloration. Among his most acclaimed work is his series exploring symphonic orchestra, horse racing and circus scenes. Cobelle studied formally under Raoul Dufy and Marc Chagall. Although following in the traditions of these French impressionists, Cobelle's work is unique stylistically as reflected in the consistently festive tone which unifies his work. His works have been displayed in many prominent public places. Example include the mural at Neiman-Marcus in Dallas, the Mark Hopkins Hotel in San Francisco, The Wadworth Athenaeum in Hartford, the Administration Building of New York, the cruise ships of the Holland American Lines, and Haddon-Hall in Atlantic City. We are very fortunate to present his collections of most impressive original lithographs. These editions, created in the mid 1980's, represent his finest works. His original painting are often auctioned at major auction house, such as Sotheby's. He passed away in age of 92 in New York, 1994.