Hidden are delighted to announce that we are officially working in collaboration with the famous L'Atelier Mourlot. Mourlot are the most celebrated art printers of the 20th century. For onwards of 152 years, Fernand Mourlot has been synonymous with the resurgence of lithography – a process which under his influence, attracted the greatest artistic masters of our time.
This piece of work has come directly from the Mourlot archive and is signed and dated by Eric Mourlot, Fernand Mourlot's grandson. On the reverse, this piece has the Mourlot studios blindstamp. It is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from the Mourlot studios, signed and dated by Eric Mourlot himself. An original 1987 exhibition poster created for an exhibition of works by Marc Chagall which travelled Japan (Tokyo, Yamagata, Nagoya and Gunma). It was printed in Paris by the famous Atelier Mourlot who printed nearly all of Chagall’s exhibition posters, as well as other famous artists of the time. Traditional stone lithograph printed by Atelier Mourlot.