Artist: Marcel Duchamp
The iconic work "Cœurs volants", or "Fluttering Hearts" by Marcel Duchamp was specially made by the artist (1887-1968) for the cover of the Cahiers d’Art revue, n° 1-2, 11th year, 1936, representing three hearts, one red and two blue, in saturated colors creating between them a "vibrational optical reaction". These prints are silk screened in Paris in close collaboration with l'Association Marcel Duchamp who verified the ink colors are as close as possible to the originals.
- 67 x 47 cm (26 3/8" x 18 1/2")
- Printed on Old Mill paper in two colors.
- Made in Paris