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  • Description
  • Anne-Marie Jugnet (1958)
TypePrints (signed)
Year1996
TechniqueSilkscreen
SupportPaper
StyleModern
SubjectAbstract
FramedNot framed
Dimensions40 x 50 cm (h x w)
SignedHand signed
Edition16/40
Translated with Google Translate. Original text show .
Screen print by Anne-Marie Jugnet. Number: 16/40. Year: 1996. Dimensions: H40 x W50 cm. The work is signed on the back.
Jugnet is a French post-conceptual artist who explores the theme of language. She uses the medium of light, especially its dazzling and dazzling properties, in its many forms - photographs, light projections, neons and films - to reveal words as if appearing for the first time.
Anne Marie Jugnet and Alain Clairet reached a turning point in 1995 when they moved to Paris together. A few months later they started collaborating and presenting themselves and their artistic work under one name, Jugnet + Clairet.
Finlay's parents were Scots. Number: 16/40. Signed on the back. The authenticity of this work is fully guaranteed. A certificate of authenticity can be emailed upon request. When purchasing, the work can be picked up in 's-Gravenzande (near The Hague (Scheveningen), Rotterdam and Delft and 5 minutes from the beach). The term for collection, if paid in advance, is very long, in other words, the buyer can collect the work weeks or even months later and, if possible, combine it with a visit to one of the aforementioned cities or the beach. The work can also be sent. Our shipping days are Tuesday and Thursday. Ian Hamilton Finlay (Nassau (Bahamas), October 28, 1925 – Edinburgh, March 27, 2006 Finlay had Scottish parents and was brought up in Scotland. At the age of thirteen, at the outbreak of the Second World War, he was evacuated to the Orkney Islands. In 1942 he enlisted in the British Army. After the war, Finlay initially worked as a shepherd, but soon began writing short stories and poems. His first books were published: The Sea Bed and Other Stories (1958) and The Dancers Inherit the Party (1960). Several stories were filmed and broadcast by the BBC. In 1963 Finlay published his first collection of poems Rapel, which brought him widespread fame. He self-published most of his works (Wild Hawthorn Press). He also started to write poems, so-called "One-Word-Poems", as inscriptions in stone, which he then left behind as comments in the landscape. Condition Mint condition Pick up Pick up possible Send parcel post Price Up to 10 kg. Within the Netherlands € 13.50 To Belgium € 23.95 To Germany € 23.95 European Union € 23.95 Worldwide € 55.00 Ian Hamilton Finlay (1925-2006) Scots Scotsman Facebook pinterest Twitter tags Dimensions
Condition
ConditionGood
Small crease in the top left corner. 
Shipment
Pick up The work can be picked up on location. As a buyer you must bring your own packaging materials. The location is: 's-gravenzande, The Netherlands
ShipmentParcel post
PriceUp to 10 kg.
Within The Netherlands €13.50
To Belgium €23.95
To Germany €23.95
Within Europe €23.95

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Auction details
Start time23-5-2023 at 21:16
End time28-5-2023 at 19:36
Starting bid €99
Buyer's premium: 15%
Pick upYes, possible
Location'S-GRAVENZANDE,  The Netherlands