Collection: Max Papart

Max Papart's paintings and graphics are suffused with sunny humor and the bright colors of the French Riviera where he was born. Working in the cubist style, he depicted circus scenes, flirting couples, soaring birds and similar cheerful subjects with flat, overlapping planes of contrasting colors and textures. During his time he created the most wonderful hand printed aquatints, carborundum etchings, lithographs and creative collage graphics, which we published.  He was acknowledged as a master printer of the 20th century.  The Director of the Bibliotheque National in Paris stated that his aquatints were some of the most significant prints being made in France during this era. 






Victoria and Albert Museum, London; National Gallery, London
Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris; Musee Cantini, Marseilles; Fondation Maeght, St. Paul de Vence; Israel Museum, Jerusalem; Indianapolis Museum of Art; New Orleans Museum of Art. High Museum, Atlanta; Bibliotheque Nationale de l'Arsenal, Paris; Salle de l'Aubette de la ville de Strasbourg; Ft. Lauderdale Museum of Art; Jacksonville Art Museum; Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix
Syracuse University; U.C.L.A.; Yale University; Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe...