An original Laurent Marcel Salinas drawing from the late 1940s of a seated nude, rendered in ink on paper. Salinas (Egyptian-French, 1913-2010) worked in both Egypt and France as an impressionist and modern artist, establishing a strong relationship with the French painter and theorist Andre Lhote. He was also a famous lithographer, known for his Picasso prints. His work was so impressive that Picasso even allowed Salinas' name to appear alongside his own. From the estate of the artist. Unframed.
Artist: Laurent Marcel Salinas, French (1913 - 2010) Title: Untitled - Seated Nude 150 Year: circa 1948 Medium: Ink on Paper Size: 11 in. x 8 in. (27.94 cm x 20.32 cm) From the estate of the artist
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