Lithograph by Jos de Mey, 152/200, '73


Jos de Mey (Belgium, 1928-2007)


lithograph, numbered 152/200, signed and dated '73


Aluminium frame, not under glass.

Jos de Mey studied at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent. After his studies, in 1950, he was appointed lecturer in interior architecture and colour harmony. In the 1950s and 1960s, he ran his own practice in interior architecture, colour consultancy and furniture design. He became famous for his furniture designs for the firm Van den Berghe-Pauvers. From 1968 he was also active as a painter. He evolved from abstract constructivism to a strong realism with false perspectives, impossible figures and constructions. In his work, figures of René Magritte, Maurits Cornelis Escher and Pieter Breughel the Elder appear. 



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