Toucans (1921-1923)

Ferenc Révész - Ferryman (1893 - 1983)

Information

Size

39 x 57 cm

Material

Stencile on paper.

Price

10,000 USD

Signature

Reproduced

no

Exhibited

Collection exhibition of the painter Ferenc Révész-Ferryman

1923. február 18. - március 4.

Belvedere Szalon

Budapest

About

The stencil is a special duplicating process invented by Révész-Ferryman himself. It is similar to the monotype, it is also at the core of painting and graphics, it is painted (and/or scratched) by hand, but instead of one version, it can be duplicated in several copies. Artist Ferryman mainly depicted exotic birds, fantastic animals and ancient dances using this technique, which is very similar to Japanese woodcuts. The Toucans were exhibited in the Belvedere Salon in 1923 at the Révész-Ferryman collection exhibition.

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