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Untitled by Wifredo Lam

Untitled by Wifredo Lam

Sylvan Cole Gallery



Sheet Size: 31 x 32 cm

Reference: Contact Sheets 30


Condition: Pristine

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A drawing by Lam.

Signed by the artist.

In perfect condition.

Described and reproduced as a full-page plate in William Cole, “Contact Sheets” (Sitges: Cole & Contreras, 2021), no. 30.

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The Artist

Wifredo Lam

Wifredo Lam was an artist associated with the Modern Art movement. He was concerned with the representation of the oppressed. Influenced by his sympathy with the poor and the marginalised, his emotionally dark paintings bring to light depictions of people with deep struggle. Lam was born in Cuba, after leaving his native Havana, he went on to study at the Escuela de Bellas in Madrid, Spain. His Afro-Cuban heritage can be seen to have influenced his works. In 1941, Lam served forty days in a prison on the Caribbean Island of Martinique, after escaping the devastation of war in France.

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