Le Bouquet d'Anémones (A Bouquet of Anemones)
Medium:Color Lithograph on Arches Paper
Height: 26.25 in
Width: 20.125 in
Signed, numbered and annotated "AP" n pencil. From that artist's proofs edition of 20 aside from the regular edition of 250, the deluxe of 50 numbered in Roman numeral and 20 artist's proofs annotated "EA". Printed at Aloys Litho, Paris.
Jean-Claude Picot's work focuses mostly on panoramic views and close-ups of the natural beauty of his homeland, the French countryside near the Mediterranean. Inspired by the Fauvist masters, Picot works in a Post-Impressionist manner reducing flowers, trees, houses and figures to their essential forms. He works with many media types including oil, watercolor, acrylic, ceramic and etching.