Color lithograph after the painting by Victor Spahn, hand-signed and numbered from the edition of 300.
This lithograph was printed and published in 2007 in our Art-Lithographies workshop in Paris using 100% cotton 300 g/m² BFK Rives paper. Artwork entirely made in France: from the production of the paper in Arches in the Vosges department, to the traditional lithographic printing process, one drawing for each different color, one color per press run.
Lithograph included in the set of 18 color lithographs portfolio "Victor Spahn" for sale here on this website and shipped with a certificate of authenticity, signed by our company, the worldwide unique printer and publisher of those lithographs.
America's Cup - Alinghi
DIMENSIONS: 43x60 cm (16.9'x23.6' in)
PAPER: BFK Rives
PRINTERS: Art-Lithographies Workshop, Paris
PUBLISHERS: Artvalue.com, Luxembourg
COA: Yes. Signed by the original printers & publishers
Victor Spahn was born on March 20, 1949 in Paris as a second generation Russian. His style suggests movement and dynamism as he captures the essence of a particular moment. Spahn paints with a combination of palette knife and brush and enjoys great success in lithography, serigraphy, and in the creation of hand-embellished graphic works.
Often referred to as the “Painter of Movement”, Victor is inspired by sports, dancers, and energetic activities. He paints championship sail boat races, rugby matches, prima ballerinas, and tennis stars – each with the same individual grace and swift motion.
Spahn has participated in many exhibitions, including the Salon of Independent Artists, France, in 1970. He also won first prize in New York for a mosaic table. In 2012, he was honored by the French government when they named a newly built housing community after him; his name now appears alongside buildings named after Henri Matisse, Camille Claudel, Beethoven, Bach, Mozart, Louis Pasteur and Thomas Edison.
In 2015, Spahn had the honor of being mentioned alongside artists such as Marc Chagall, Victor Vasarley and Jack Pollock in the publication “Gordes: Le temps des artistes.” This last book in a trilogy chronicles the talented artists related to Gordes, a commune located in southeastern France.