Le Corbusier
Architect. Born 1887 as Charles-Édouard Jeanneret-Gris in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Jura Mountains, in Switzerland. Le Corbusier's first design, Villa Fallet, was completed in 1906. In 1917, he settled in Paris and, shortly after, became one of the co-founders of L’Esprit Nouveau, an avant-garde review.

In 1922, he established his architectural studio. Representative works include Villa Savoye, the chapel of Notre Dame du Haut in Ronchamp, the Convent Sainte-Marie de La Tourette, the National Museum of Western Art (Tokyo). He died in 1965 while swimming in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, aged 78.


"Etude sculpture"
1964
Color lithograph
51.5x41.0cm
Ed. 200
Signed

"Modulor"
1956
Color lithograph
73.3x54.0cm
Ed. 40
Signed on print

"Touching their feet"
1964
Color lithograph
54.0x72.0cm
Ed. 150
Signed on print

"#1 from the series Unité"
1965
Copperplate print
31.5x42.0cm
Ed. 30
Signed on print

"#1b from the series Unité"
1965
Copperplate print
57.5x45.0cm
Ed. 130
Signed

"#2 from the series Unité"
1965
Copperplate print
42.0x31.5cm
Ed. 130
Signed

"#3 from the series Unité"
1965
Copperplate print
Frame size: 54.5x66.0cm

"#4 from the series Unité"
1965
Copperplate print
Frame size: 66.0x54.5cm
Ed. 130
Signed

"#5 from the series Unité"
1965
Copperplate print
Frame size: 63.0x53.0cm
Ed. 30

"#9 from the series Unité"
1965
Copperplate print
66.0x54.5cm
Ed. 130
Signed


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