Jean Gorin, a French painter and sculptor, lived and worked in the heyday of modern Paris. As such, he was forced to grapple with the competing views of his famous contemporaries, namely Matisse, van Gogh, and Cézanne. As can be seen in this limited-edition lithograph on paper, Gorin was won over by Piet Mondrian’s Neo-Plasticism in 1926 and produced works in the style of the master for the rest of his career.
Original limited-edition lithograph by Jean Albert Gorin. Edition of 175. Unframed.