1950's Figurative Etching Jacques Schedler

1950's Figurative Etching Jacques Schedler

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Jacques Schedler (1927-1989)
Untitled

Etching on Paper
c. 1950's
12"x16 1/2" matted and framed black wood frame 17"x 23 1/2"
Signed and numbered 29/60 in pencil lower right

Excellent Condition - Minor wear consistent with age and history

 

Jacques Schedler grew up in Bürglen in Switzerland and visited the Decorative Arts School in St. Gallen while being an apprentice in an industrial painting workshop.  He went to Paris after his studies where he managed to study at the Académie Julienne and the Grande Chaumière. 

He was strongly influenced by Fernand Léger and Georges Braque and turned towards cubism in his paintings.  He has always been interested in working with the figurative and the representational.  Though he is most famous for his oil paintings he has also worked as a caricaturist and illustrator and designed glass windows for several Swiss churches.

Excellent Condition - Minor wear consistent with age and history

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