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Limited edition pencil signed
Print number 74 from an edition of 110 impressions.
Eva Fischer (born 1920); Croatian Italian artist who works in oils, watercolours, engraving and lithography, born in Daruvar, Croatia, (former Yugoslavia), Eva Fischer graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts, Lyon, months before the outbreak of World War II. She returned to Yugoslavia and was interned at a concentration camp on the island of Korcula. With her mother and brother, she was then transferred to Bologna in 1943, and was hidden with her family under the false name of Venturi.
At the end of the war Eva Fischer chose to live in Rome and became a member of a group of artists on Via Margutta. Admired by Salvador Dalí and friends with Pablo Picasso, later in her career she both lived and worked in Paris and Madrid. Since the 1960's Eva's art has been exhibited in London, New York and Rome.
A rare lithograph print in coloured inks with excellent detail and textures bright and unfaded, the image measures 23 cms. x 27 cms. (9 x 10½ ins.) on a wove paper sheet size 25 cms. x 30 cms. (10 x 12 ins.)
Signed and dated in pencil in the lower margin with the edition, a dedication for Audrey and the annotation; 'Roma 1969'.
Unframed and unmounted, blank on the reverse, the condition of the image is good and the sheet is fair with paste residue and tape remnants to the reverse sheet.