'Leisure, Homage to David (Les Loisirs, Hommage a David)' by Fernand Léger
Medium:Poster reproduction of original artwork
Height: 30 in
Width: 29.5 in
Poster of "Leisure, Homage to David (Les Loisirs, Hommage a David)" by Fernand Leger, 1948-49.
Joseph Fernand Henri LÃ©ger (February 4, 1881 â€“ August 17, 1955) was a French painter, sculptor, and filmmaker. With the use of bright colors, think lines, and abstracted objects, Leger falls into the movements of both Cubism and Modernism. As the first painter to take the imagery of the machine age as his idiom, and to make the objects of consumer society the subjects of his paintings, LÃ©ger has been called a progenitor of Pop art.