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Antique Lithoraphy - Statuette - Valerio Adami - "Die Kunst Der Graphik" - 1982

Antique Lithoraphy - Statuette - Valerio Adami - "Die Kunst Der Graphik" - 1982

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This is a superb color lithograph on woven paper. It was made by Valerio Adami from the folder "Die Kunst Der Graphik" and published in 1982 in Italy.
Lithography is a graphic process based on the principle of water and oil repulsion. Valerio Adami is famous for his style, in which he combines elements of pop art and abstract art.
The lithograph "Figurines" depicts a variety of figures presented in symbolic and stylized form. Adami is known for his way of deforming and simplifying shapes, creating geometric and sharp contours. He plays with color and uses bright, rich tones to express strength and dynamism. Valerio Adami's figurines allow the viewer to independently interpret the symbolism and concepts they carry. This is a characteristic feature of his work, which leaves room for different interpretations and impressions for each observer. This lithograph represents a unique style and identity in the world of art.
Valerio Adami is an Italian artist and graphic artist, born on March 17, 1935 in Bologna, Italy. He is known for his unique style, incorporating elements of pop art and surrealism. Valerio Adami rose to prominence in the art world in the 1960s and has since been recognized for his distinctive works. Beginning his artistic career in the late 1950s, Adami quickly became one of the representatives of the "New Objective Realism". His work is oftencharacterized by contours, vibrant colors and expressive lines, giving the impression of curved, almost exaggerated forms. He is also known for his interest in topics of politics and social justice, which is sometimes reflected in his works. Adami experimented with various genres, including painting, graphics, illustration, and mosaic work. His work is often associated with the theater, and he himself participated in the design of sets and costumes for theatrical productions. The artist has received many awards and recognitions during his career, and his works are in the collections of many museums and galleries around the world. Valerio Adami continues to actively create and contribute to contemporary art.
The reverse side is blank. This is an original print, not a modern reproduction. Many more antique drawings and prints on dahlstromsfineart.

Dimensions: 16” x 12” inches / 42 cm x 30 cm  
Technique: Lithography, Hand Signed 

Date: 1982
Artist: Valerio Adami
Publisher: The Gallery, Offenbach
Place: Italy
*We provide a Certificate of Authenticity upon request. 

Very good. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions. 

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