*RARE* Lebadang: The Emperor's Festival - Vintage Print on Board (9458)
According to online research--this picture is VERY rare. Date of creation is between 1950-1969.
In 1964, Frost & Reed, London produced Offset lithographs of this painting on thick art stock, unframed - which are currently selling on Ebay for USD$255.
**This lacquered print on board is beautifully framed in a gold frame with wooden inlay**
It is in good condition - just two tiny scuffs (see photos) and measures 660mm wide x 850mm high x 30mm deep.
Lebadang (b.1922 - d.2015) was born in Vietnam and emigrated to France in 1939 to study at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Toulouse. He had his first one-man show in Paris in 1950 and over the next thirty years gained prominence throughout France and Germany. He came to the attention of Americans in 1966 when the Cincinnati Art Museum hosted the first one-man exhibition of his paintings in the United States.
Lebadang's work is exhibited in Dusseldorf, Paris, Nantes, Cologne, Cannes and Aix en Provence galleries. His work is included in numerous permanent private and public collections including: Rockefeller Collection, New York; Loo Collection in Tokyo; Verkerke Collection, Holland; Phoenix Art Museum, USA; Cincinnati Museum, USA; Columbia Art Institute, USA; Lund University Museum, Sweden; Foundation Museum, Kenya; and the Museum of Arts and Letters, France, among many others.
**We are also selling another print on board by this artist: please see listing (9457)**