Ferdinand BAC (1859-1952) Three drawings: "Don... - Lot 3 - Lasseron & Associés

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Ferdinand BAC (1859-1952) Three drawings: "Don... - Lot 3 - Lasseron & Associés
Ferdinand BAC (1859-1952) Three drawings: "Don José" Signed and dated January 1950 at the bottom right with the handwritten mention Don José, jester of Philip IV speaks to you:''The sword, what a stupid thing. I carry it to never forget this thing so much more stupid that is the Man!'' Colored pencils and blue ink on paper H: 32 cm L: 25 cm "Glory Victory Signed and dated January 1951 in the lower right corner with the handwritten mention on the cardboard: " From the dawn I felt impatient to transcribe, by means of drawing, a vision that I had of the Void, created by the perpetual aggressiveness of Man. It does not take anything away from the men of our admiration for the sacrifice of their life. It is the mystery of the Races thousand times millenary that is interpreted here. " Black and red ink on a sheet of paper pasted on a cardboard H: 32 cm L: 22.5 cm Cardboard: H: 48cm L: 31.5 cm "Summary of the marvelous history of civilization through the ages Signed, dated and with a handwritten note on the right " synthesized by a nonagenarian witness F Bac July 11, 1951 " Black and red ink, blue ink wash on paper H : 17 cm L : 26 cm
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