Group of four framed etchings by Orfeo Tamburini representing the districts of Paris realized with aquatint in colors. They were produced by the art print publishing house Il Cigno in Rome between 1979 and 1981 for the series "Paris 20+1". Each one is signed by the artist in pencil in the lower right corner. These are limited edition prints of 130 copies. The frames are made of fair wood.
6th district - "caffe d'angolo" (corner café) Luxembourg district
11th district - "maison Belleville" district Popincourt
16th district - "La porta verde" (the green door) Passy district
15th district - "a street" in the Grenelle-Vaugirard district.
Orfeo TAMBURINI (1910-1994) is known for his representations of urban life. He developed a passion for engraving and prints with warm intonations and broad lines. In 1971, he moved to Paris and illustrated the city from every angle. He received the gold medal of Italian cultural merit the same year.
Dim: W: 19,1 in - D: ,8in - H: 23in.
Dim: L:48,5cm, P:2cm, H:58,5cm.
In very good condition.