A signed and numbered lithograph by listed French artist Camille Hilaire. Hiliare was born August 2nd, 1916 in Metz, France. Hilaire obtained many prizes and rewards: State travel exhibition, 1947. Venice prize, 1949, Astral prize, 1950; Casa Velasquez prize, 1950; Society Art Amateur prize, 1958. He participated in numerous exhibition groups, as autumn art, the Independents, May, the Tuileries, of painters witness of their time, etc. Special exhibitions: Paris, 1951, 1957, 1961, 1965; New York, 1954, 1956; Geneva, 1958; etc. Hilaire is known for neo-cubism construction and a wide colored series. Among his genres are orchestra themes, horse racing, and greenhouses. This piece is signed lower right and numbered 88/120 lower left. Provenance on the back shows the title as "Paddock". Lithograph size is 22"x 16 3/4" and with the handsome matching frame it measures 32"x 26". As for condition it looks like this might have been stored in a humid environment. There is rolling to the litho and areas of foxing/possible mildew spots on the bottom. It can be professionaly cleaned. We have cleaned a few items and the difference is remarkable. The brown paper on the back also looks like it has seen moisture. Priced according to condition.
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