Drawing cubist head
Henry de Waroquier
Image 26,5 X 20,5cm in a frame white marie-louise bevel presented in a beautiful silver frame of the time 65 X 53 cm.
Henri de Waroquier was an artist with protean talent: painting, sculpture, drawing, photography and poetry were familiar to him …
Hailed by both critics and collectors, he left us often cubist works of art with a tragic gravity. The drawing presented here and realized in red ink, represents a cubist head, close to the sculptures of his friend Modigliani on worked watercolor background, signed along the neck vertically down on the left and bearing the monogram on the lower right.
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