Georges Spiro

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Georges Spiro is a well-listed French Surrealist painter, born in Warsaw, Poland in 1909, and relocated to Nice, France in 1942.

He signed up with the French Army at the end of World War II, and became a French citizen. In 1946, after his wife died in a concentration camp, he exhibited a dozen of his works in London, England with great success. IN 1948 he exhibited in France for the first time where he received the Young Artist award.

Thereafter, her showed his works throughout Europe and in and United States and always treated his patrons to fantastical, other-worldly images. The Arnot Gallery in New York City New York represented him in the United States. He died in 1994.

More details of this artwork are below.

Title

Untitled Surreal Landscape

Artist

Georges Spiro, Polish-French ~ 1909 - 1994

Dated

1962

Signed

Lower left

Medium

Oil on Canvas

Price

2200.00

Size

18" x 21.5"

Style

French Surrealism

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