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Ellsworth Kelly

Derrière le Miroir No. 149

These original lithographs are from issue 149 of Derrière le Miroir, published in Autumn 1964. This was Kelly’s second collaboration on Derrière le Miroir.

Derrière le Miroir was an art magazine published between 1946 and 1982 by the French publisher and gallery owner Aimé Maeght. In total the magazine ran for 253 issues. Galerie Maeght in Paris exhibited and promoted many artists including Bonnard, Matisse, Braque, Léger, Chagall, Miró, Kandinsky, Giacometti and Chillida.

The publication Derrière le Miroir was the outcome of the gallery owner’s passion for publishing and became a catalogue for the exhibitions held at the gallery. The magazine was designed in a large format (38 x 28 cm) and included a number of illustrations – often including original lithographs alongside a number of reproductions. Poets and writers like Beckett, Char, Eluard, Prévert, Queneau, Reverdy and Sartre contributed with previously unpublished texts.

These prints are original lithographs from the publication. The prints are unsigned and unnumbered.

Ingleby Gallery also stocks works from Kelly’s first collaboration on Derrière le Miroir, issue number 110. Please return to our Books, Prints & Editions index page for information about available works.


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