Le fer a repasser
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Le fer a repasser

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Description
Entitled "Le fer à repasser", this screen print by André Saraiva is an edition of 50. It is signed and numbered by the artist. Format : 30 x 22 inches (76 x 56 cm). The work is sold unframed.

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480 €

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Additional Information

Artists

Andre Saraiva

Type of work

Screen print

Edition of

50

Format

30 x 22 inches (76 x 56 cm)

Signed by the artist

Yes

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The artist

Andre Saraiva

Andre Saraiva

André Saraiva was born in 1971 in Uppsala, Sweden. In 1981, his family moved to Paris. At the age of 13, he started doing graffiti in his neighborhood. In 1992, he appeared on television, answering questions from a journalist following the tags he had made in the "Louvre" underground station. In 1994, he started drawing "Mr. A", André’s iconic character, easily recognizable with his slender shape and rounded face, wearing a top hat ...
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