French painter and printmaker André Minaux created over 300 limited edition lithographs during his career, many of which were produced at the famed Mourlot Studios in Paris. The following are some of his prints.
Left: L'Americaine, ca. 1970, lithograph 61/150, 30 x 22 in., Ro Gallery ($800 at time of post)
Right: Nude in Artist's Studio, ca. 1970, signed lithograph, Ro Gallery ($650 at time of post)
Left: Cariatide, ca. 1970, lithograph 64/125, 29.5 x 22 in., Ro Gallery (sold)
Right: Ingenue, ca. 1970, lithograph 92/95, 21.5 x 16 in., Ro Gallery (sold)
Left: Femme au Fond Beige, 1965, lithograph 30/140, 30 x 21.25 in., Modern Prints, UK (sold)
Right: Nude women, print 101/150, 28.5 x 20.5 in., Aspire Auctions (sold 2010)
Left: Lady with flowers, print 90/100, 28.5 x 20.5 in., Aspire Auctions (sold 2010)
Right: Lady, ca. 1970, stone lithography 6/160, 30 x 22 in., Palm Beach Fine Art ($650 at time of post)
Left: La Femme, 1968, signed lithograph ?/100, 30 x 22 in., Place des Arts, Paris (sold)
Right: Tete de Femme, 1967, lithograph 50/150, 30 x 22.5 in., Modern Prints UK (£195 at time of post)
Left: Bouquet de Fleurs, ca. 1970, lithograph, 30 x 21.5 in., Ro Gallery ($800 at time of post)
Right: Still Life with Two Fish, ca. 1970, signed lithograph, 23.25 x 28 in., Passion Estampes (450€ at post)
André Minaux (1923-1986) was born in Paris, France in 1923. He studied at the Ecole des Arts Decoratifs under French painter Maurice Brianchon from 1941-1945 . Minaux held his first solo exhibition in 1946 at the Galerie des Impressions d'Art in Paris. In 1949 and 1950 he showed with the Homme-Témoin, a group of French painters that promoted realism in an era when abstraction was the prevailing style. André's earlier works were more subdued but his palette became more vibrant in the early 60's.