Edouard Joseph Goerg (1893-1969) - Graphite Drawing, Ghostly Kiss
DescriptionAn atmospheric drawing of two ghostly figures in an embrace. Initialled to the lower-right corner. On wove attached to backing card by two small pieces of hinging tape at the upper edge.
There is some mild discolouration.
9.6 x 13.4cm (3.8" x 5.3")Sheet: 32.6 x 49.7cm (12.8" x 19.6")
A collection of fascinating French Expressionist artworks including drawings in india ink and conte, by the well-listed artist Edouard Joseph Goerg (1893-1969).
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Edouard Joseph Goerg (1893-1969) was a French Expressionist painter, engraver, and illustrator. He was born in Sydney, Australia, to French parents. His family were champagne merchants and Goerg gained their counter in the United Kingdom, where he stayed a few years before settling in Paris in 1900. From then on, he travelled extensively within France as well as in Italy, India, and Ceylon. Works by Goerg have sold at Christie's and he is also represented in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
|Artist||Edouard Joseph Goerg (1893-1969)|
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||9.6 x 13.4cm|
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