n.p. De Francony, 1987. Hardcover. One of 3000 copies, signed by Cassigneul. A catalogue raisonné of Cassigneul's lithographs that were produced between 1965-1985. Descriptions are in French, English, and Japanese. The first volume contains all the prints created from 1965 until 1977, while the second volume includes those from 1978 to 1985. Each volume has two original lithographs bound in, one full page and one double page. There are 343 prints reproduced, of which there are 179 in volume one and 164 in volume two.
Jean-Pierre Cassigneul (1935-) is a French artist known for his striking compositions of women in hats that recall the French Post-Impressionist avant-garde, including the works of Pierre Bonnard and Edouard Vuillard. A lovely set that showcases Cassigneul's style and use of color in his art.
Bound in red cloth with gilt title to spine and facsimile signature to front cover. In pictorial dust jacket with red spine and white title. Housed in a white cardboard slipcase. Books are in near fine condition. Slipcase has wear and light marks. Measures 9.5 x 12.75 inches. Volume I: 136 pages; Volume II: 136 pages. ART/072822. Near Fine.