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bronze sculpture Abstract composition signed in hollow: "JL Vetter 1/3".

A self-taught sculptor, Jean-Louis Vetter (1934-2007) began his career in 1962 at the Château du Tremblay, where he set up a bronze casting workshop in 1970. He worked there with Fernand Rolland. In 1972, they founded the CRAC (Centre Régional d'Art Contemporain). Vetter is also known for having invented the calorigraphy technique in 1973, a printing technique using thermoforming of the printing plate. A retrospective exhibition was organised in 2005 at the Grenier à sel in Avallon. His works are kept in numerous private collections in France and abroad.

20th century

Dim: W:10cm, D:10cm, H:21cm.

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LP : 1489
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Width: 10 (cm)
Height 21 (cm)
Depth 10 (cm)
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