This beautiful, high quality lithograph by Victor Zarou has a retail price of $300.00. The size of the image is 24″X 18″ plus margins. The print is pencil signed by the artist and is from an edition of 300. It is in mint condition; never framed, mounted nor displayed.
Admired as one of France’s top-ranking post war artists, Victor Zarou was awarded the Silver Medal for Painting by the city of Paris. Like Cezanne and Van Gogh, who also painted the countryside of Southern France, Zarou imbues his images with bright sunlight and the warm golden yellow and burnt orange colors of that lovely region.
He has painted many of the French landmarks, featuring famous buildings, chateaus, aqueducts, city scenes, rivers, statues, beaches and countryside vistas. Zarou has been making his lithographs for nearly forty years and is a recognized master in this difficult medium.
Born in 1930 in Gassin, a small town in Provence, Zarou launched his career when he was awarded the Silver Medal for painting by the city of Paris. Following that prestigious honor, Zarou exhibited throughout Europe. In 1975, he was invited to show at the Bibliothéque Nationale.
I have 17 different lithographic images of Zarou’s works. Framed, Zarou’s prints reflect the style and colors of the great French masters.