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Lelia Pissarro Art

French, b. 1963

Lélia Pissarro was born in Paris on the 27th of July in 1963, the third and youngest child of the artist Hugues-Claude Pissarro and Katia, an art dealer.

From infancy until the age of 11 Lélia was entrusted to the care of her grandparents, Paulémile Pissarro and his wife Yvonne, and her interest in drawing and painting was nurtured by Paulémile whilst living in Clécy, Normandy. Paulémile taught her the fundamental Impressionist and Post-Impressionist techniques as had been taught to him by his father and his brothers, and so began her love for figurative art. She sold her first canvas to Wally Findlay, a New York art dealer, when she was only four years of age!

Before his death, Paulémile made Lélia promise to retain her family name, to continue painting and to make art her life.

At the age of 11, Lélia returned to Paris to live with her parents and it was then that she had her first exhibition at the "Salon de la Jeune Peinture" where she was, in all probability, the youngest ever exhibitor.

Hugues-Claude, whose style veered towards conceptual art, took over from Paulémile as Lélia’s teacher and consequently she practiced drawing on a daily basis.

At 15 Lélia participated in an exhibition at the Luxembourg Museum in Paris and a year later, having excelled in a special examination, enrolled at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Tours. With her parents dividing their time between France and California, Lélia found herself moving between Tours, Paris and San Francisco.

During this period Lélia became dissatisfied with conceptual art and reverted to the family's traditional creative roots, which distanced her from her avant-garde teachers. However, during the late 1980s, as the figurative style once again became fashionable, Lélia’s work gained in popularity.

Whilst in Paris, Lélia taught art at the Moria School and studied oil painting restoration under Madame De Pangalleria at the laboratory of the Louvre and during this time had solo exhibitions in Paris, Lyon, Mulhouse and Rennes.

Following her marriage in 1988 to David Stern, the London art dealer, she moved to London, where her studio has become a meeting place for artists and friends and where conversation and tuition generate an exchange of opinions on drawings, pastels, watercolours, oil paintings and engravings.

In 1999 Lélia became one of the founders of the “Sorteval Press,” a group of artists dedicated to developing their skills and techniques in etching and printmaking. Their first exhibition took place at the Mall Gallery in London, and the artists’ efforts ensured a highly successful first exhibition.

Balancing her role as artist and mother to three children, Lélia has successfully exhibited not only in London but also in Japan, South Africa, France, Switzerland and Israel. In the United States, Lélia's work has been shown in New York, Boston, Washington D.C., Dallas, San Francisco and Los Angeles.

Following the tradition of her great-grandfather Camille Pissarro, her grand-father Paulémile and her father Hugues-Claude, this fourth-generation artist has played an important role by participating in a series of exhibitions entitled “Pissarro — The Four Generations.”

(Biography provided by Stern Pissarro Gallery)

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Artist: Lelia Pissarro
DLKLD by Lélia Pissarro - Contemporary oil painting on canvas
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
DLKLD by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Oil on canvas 50 x 61 cm (19 ³/₄ x 24 inches) Signed lower right, Lélia Pissarro Titled, signed and dated on the stretcher, Corfton March 2011 Signe...
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2010s Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

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Canvas, Oil

Charlotte and Amalia by Lélia Pissarro - Etching
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Charlotte and Amalia by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Etching 22.7 x 27.5 cm (9 x 10 ⁷/₈ inches) Signed lower left, Lélia Pissarro Numbered lower right, 2/15 Artist biography: Born in P...
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1990s Post-Impressionist Lelia Pissarro Art

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Etching

Lavandières by Lélia Pissarro - Figurative etching
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Lavandières by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Etching 12 x 15.5 cm (4 ³/₄ x 6 ¹/₈ inches) Signed lower left, Lélia Pissarro. Numbered lower right, 14/15 Artist biography: Born in Paris i...
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1990s Lelia Pissarro Art

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Etching

Les Poules de Lyora by Lélia Pissarro - Etching and watercolour on paper
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Les Poules de Lyora by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Drypoint and watercolour on paper 21.5 x 26.5 cm (8 ¹/₂ x 10 ³/₈ inches) Signed lower left, Lélia Pissarro Numbered lower right, 10/15...
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21st Century and Contemporary Post-Impressionist Lelia Pissarro Art

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Paper, Watercolor, Drypoint

Series - South of France by Lélia Pissarro, Serigraph
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Series - South of France by Lélia Pissarro (B. 1963) Serigraph Image Size: 38 x 48 cm (15 x 19 inches) Sheet Size: 48 x 59 cm (18 ⅞ x 23 ¼ inches) Signed and numbered Printed in an edition of 300 SOLD UNFRAMED Artist's Biography Born in Paris in 1963, Lélia is the third and youngest child of Hugues-Claude and Katia Pissarro...
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21st Century and Contemporary Impressionist Lelia Pissarro Art

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Screen

Original abstract painting by Lélia Pissarro titled 'A Connection and a Bond'
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
A Connection and a Bond by Lélia Pissarro Mixed media on canvas 65 x 54 cm (25 ⅝ x 21 ¼ inches) Signed Executed in 2008 Literature: Lélia Pissarro, The Colours of Silence, London, 2...
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Early 2000s Abstract Lelia Pissarro Art

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Gold Leaf

Memories by Lélia Pissarro, 2013 - Oil on Canvas Painting
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Memories by Lélia Pissarro (B. 1963) Oil on canvas 120 x 60 cm (47 ¹/₄ x 23 ⁵/₈ inches) Signed lower right, Lélia Pissarro Signed, titled and dated May 2013 on the reverse Executed i...
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21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Lelia Pissarro Art

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Series - Market in Provence by Lélia Pissarro, Serigraph
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Series - Market in Provence by Lélia Pissarro (B. 1963) Serigraph Image Size: 38 x 48 cm (15 x 19 inches) Sheet Size: 48 x 59 cm (18 ⅞ x 23 ¼ inches) Signed and numbered Printed in an edition of 300 SOLD UNFRAMED Literature Lélia Pissarro, The Colours of Silence, London, 2010, p. 205 (illustrated) Artist's Biography Born in Paris in 1963, Lélia is the third and youngest child of Hugues-Claude and Katia...
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21st Century and Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

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Silk, Screen

Series - Les Lavandières by Lélia Pissarro - Screenprint
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
SOLD UNFRAMED Series - Les Lavandières by Lélia Pissarro (B. 1963) Serigraph 38 x 48 cm (15 x 18 ⁷/₈ inches) Signed and numbered Printed in an edition of 300 Artist's Biography: B...
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21st Century and Contemporary Post-Impressionist Lelia Pissarro Art

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Screen

Series - Moulin du Vey by Lélia Pissarro, Serigraph
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Series - Moulin du Vey by Lélia Pissarro (B. 1963) Serigraph Image Size: 38 x 48 cm (15 x 19 inches) Sheet Size: 48 x 59 cm (18 ⅞ x 23 ¼ inches) Signed and numbered Printed in an edition of 300 Literature Lélia Pissarro, The Colours of Silence, London, 2010, p. 205 (illustrated) Artist's Biography Born in Paris in 1963, Lélia is the third and youngest child of Hugues-Claude and Katia Pissarro...
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21st Century and Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

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Silk

My Child by Lélia Pissarro - Mixed media on paper
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
My Child by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Oil, gold paint, glitter and pencil on paper 13 x 15 cm (5 ¹/₈ x 5 ⁷/₈ inches) Signed lower right, Lélia Pissarro This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from the artist. Artist biography: Born in Paris in 1963, Lélia is the third and youngest child of Hugues-Claude and Katia Pissarro...
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21st Century and Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

Materials

Gold

The Four Seasons - Summerby Lélia Pissarro, Serigraph
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
The Four Seasons - Summer by Lélia Pissarro (B. 1963) Serigraph 50.5 x 59.5 cm (19 ¾ x 23 ¼ inches) 60.5 x 70 cm (23 ¾ x 27 ½ inches) Signed and numbered Printed in an edition of 300...
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1990s Lelia Pissarro Art

Materials

Silk, Lithograph

Veronique on the Pass by Lélia Pissarro - Coloured etching
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Veronique on the Pass by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Coloured etching 9.5 x 12 cm (3 ³/₄ x 4 ³/₄ inches) Signed lower left, Lélia Pissarro Numbered lower right, 1/15 Artist biography: Born in Paris in 1963, Lélia is the third and youngest child of Hugues-Claude and Katia Pissarro...
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21st Century and Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

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Color, Etching

Thank you, Dotahn by Lélia Pissarro - Work on paper, Abstract
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Thank you, Dotahn by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Tempera, watercolour and gold leaf and powder on paper 26 x 17 cm (10 ¹/₄ x 6 ³/₄ inches) Signed lower left, Lélia Pissarro. Titled and ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Lelia Pissarro Art

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Gold Leaf

David & Lélia by Lélia Pissarro - Etching
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
David & Lélia by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Etching 27.8 x 32.6 cm (11 x 12 ⁷/₈ inches) Initialled on the plate lower right, L.P. Signed lower left, Lélia Pissarro. Numbered lower right, 10/15 Artist biography: Born in Paris in 1963, Lélia is the third and youngest child of Hugues-Claude and Katia Pissarro...
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21st Century and Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

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Etching

Yellow Meadow, Pastel and Pencil on Paper Painting by Lélia Pissarro, 2016
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Yellow Meadow by Lélia Pissarro (B. 1963) Pastel and pencil on paper 23 x 14 cm (9 x 5 ½ inches) Signed lower right, Lélia Pissarro Signed, titled and dated on the reverse, 16.III.20...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

Materials

Paper, Pastel, Pencil

La Rivière de Lyora by Lélia Pissarro - Pastel on paper, Landscape
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
La Rivière de Lyora by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Pastel on paper 13 x 19 cm (5 ¹/₈ x 7 ¹/₂ inches) Signed lower left, Lélia Pissarro Executed in 2020 This work is accompanied by a ce...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

Materials

Paper, Pastel

The Four Seasons - Autumn by Lélia Pissarro, Serigraph
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
The Four Seasons - Autumn by Lélia Pissarro (B. 1963) Serigraph 51 x 69 cm (19 ⅞ x 27 ⅛ inches) 61.5 x 79 cm (24 ¼ x 31⅛ inches) Signed and numbered Printed in an edition of 300 Art...
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21st Century and Contemporary Impressionist Lelia Pissarro Art

Materials

Silk, Lithograph

You Make My Head Spin by Lélia Pissarro - Contemporary work on paper
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
You Make My Head Spin by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Tempera on paper 19.5 x 22 cm (7 ⁵/₈ x 8 ⁵/₈ inches) Signed lower right, Lélia Pissarro Executed in 2020 Provenance Studio of the a...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

Materials

Paper, Tempera

The Four Seasons - Spring by Lélia Pissarro, Serigraph
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
The Four Seasons - Spring by Lélia Pissarro (B. 1963) Serigraph 50.5 x 69 cm (19 ⅞ x 27 ⅛ inches) 61.5 x 79 cm (24 ½ x 31 ⅛ inches) Signed and numbered Printed in an edition of 300 ...
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1990s Impressionist Lelia Pissarro Art

Materials

Silk, Lithograph

Les Fougères de l'Ombre by Lélia Pissarro, 2020 - Tempera on Paper Painting
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Les Fougères de l'Ombre by Lélia Pissarro (B. 1963) Tempera on paper 13 x 20.5 cm (5 ¹/₈ x 8 ¹/₈ inches) Signed lower right, Lélia Pissarro Executed in 2020 This work is accompanied...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

Materials

Paper, Tempera

Mère et enfant by Lélia Pissarro - Etching
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Mère et enfant by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Etching 3 x 3 cm (1 ¹/₈ x 1 ¹/₈ inches) Signed lower left, Lélia Pissarro Inscribed lower right: E.A (artist proof in French) Artist biog...
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21st Century and Contemporary Impressionist Lelia Pissarro Art

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Etching

Series - Monet's House by Lélia Pissarro - Screenprint
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Series - Monet's House by Lélia Pissarro (B. 1963) Serigraph 38 x 48 cm (15 x 18 ⁷/₈ inches) Signed and numbered Printed in an edition of 300 Artist's Biography: Born in Paris in 19...
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21st Century and Contemporary Post-Impressionist Lelia Pissarro Art

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Screen

Ontology of Love (To my Muse), Acrylic on Canvas Painting by Lélia Pissarro
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Ontology of Love (To my Muse) by Lélia Pissarro (B. 1963) Acrylic and resin on canvas 65 x 81 cm (25 ⁵/₈ x 31 ⁷/₈ inches) Signed lower left, Lélia Pissarro Inscribed on the reverse ...
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Early 2000s Abstract Lelia Pissarro Art

Materials

Canvas, Resin, Acrylic

Stiletto 1 by Lélia Pissarro - Contemporary shoe painting
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Stiletto 1 by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Oil and diamond dust on canvas 22 x 16 cm (8 ⁵/₈ x 6 ¹/₄ inches) Signed lower left, Lélia Pissarro A certificate of authenticity signed and da...
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Early 2000s Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

Materials

Canvas, Glitter, Oil

Tu es matinale aujourd’hui by Lélia Pissarro, Acrylic on Canvas Painting
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Tu es matinale aujourd’hui by Lélia Pissarro (B. 1963) Blue and gold acrylic and glitter on canvas 80 x 59.5 cm (31 ½ x 23 ⅜ inches) Signed lower right, Lélia Pissarro P.C. Inscribed...
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21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Lelia Pissarro Art

Materials

Canvas, Acrylic, Glitter

Le Port de Taumeck en France
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Le port De Taumeck en France is an exquisite oil painting on canvas by Lelia Pissarro, created in the impressionist style. The artwork beautifully captures the scenic port of Taumeck...
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1980s Impressionist Lelia Pissarro Art

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Oil, Canvas

Monet Blue by Lélia Pissarro - Tempera
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Monet Blue by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Tempera and gold on paper 21 x 14.7 cm (8 ¹/₄ x 5 ³/₄ inches) Signed lower right, Lélia Pissarro Executed in 2023 This work is accompanied by ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

Materials

Gold

Gold Monet by Lélia Pissarro - Tempera
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Sold directly on behalf of the artist
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

Materials

Gold

Abstract Composition by Lélia Pissarro - Tempera, abstraction
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Abstract Composition by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Tempera on paper 7.5 x 21 cm (3 x 8 ¹/₄ inches) Signed lower right, Lélia Pissarro This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from the artist. Artist biography: From a young age, Lélia’s interest in drawing and painting was nurtured by her grandfather while she sat beside him at his easel, captivated. He taught her the fundamental Impressionist and Post-Impressionist techniques he had learnt from his father and brothers before him and watched as her skills blossomed rapidly. Standing readily on the shoulders of giants, Lélia sold her first painting to New York art dealer Wally Findlay, when she was only four years of age. When Lélia turned 11 she moved to Paris to live with her parents where, with the guiding support of her father’s teachings she began to broaden her skill sets. Under the watchful eye of her father Hughes Claude Pissarro, she became exposed to new environments and learnt to experiment with abstract styles and subjects. At age 14 Lélia submitted some of these works to the exhibition ‘Salon de la Jeune Peinture’ at the Luxembourg Museum in Paris. Being underage, however, she had to submit these works secretly under the pseudonym Rachel Manzana Pomié. With her parents dividing their time between France and California, Lélia found herself moving between Tours, Paris and San Francisco, all the while studying fine art and psychology at the University des Beaux Arts. She eventually settled in Paris to teach art at the Moria School and study oil painting conservation under the guidance of a teacher from the Louvre museum. During this time she began to present her work in solo exhibitions in Paris, Lyon, Mulhouse and Rennes. In 1988 Lélia married English art dealer David Stern and moved to London. Their three children Kalia, Lyora and Dotahn, all paved their own way in the art world. From 1995 Lélia participated in a series of exhibitions entitled Pissarro – The Four Generations, which were held in galleries in London, Tel Aviv, Boston, Austin, San Francisco, Cleveland, Milwaukee and Los Angeles as well as a number of museums in Japan in 1998 and the Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 2000. In 1999 Lélia also became one of the founders of the Sorteval Press, a group of artists dedicated to developing techniques in etching and printmaking. Their first exhibition took place at the Mall Gallery in London. In 2005 following a long break in painting because of cancer, Lélia started a journey into modern art creating a number of different series: Circles, Shoes, Animals, exploring these until she reached the point of abstraction and minimalism. Developing innovative techniques, she began incorporating in her work new materials such as gold, wax and encaustic paint. To coincide with a major exhibition at Stern Pissarro...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Modern Lelia Pissarro Art

Materials

Paper, Tempera

Brave - Vigorous - Manful by Lélia Pissarro - Abstract Contemporary painting
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Brave - Vigorous - Manful by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Black and red acrylic, red glitter 121 x 126 cm (47 ⁵/₈ x 49 ⁵/₈ inches) Signed, titled and dated on the reverse Executed in 2007 Literature Lélia Pissarro, Abstraction, London, 2008, p. 3 (illustrated) This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from the artist. Artist biography Born in Paris in 1963, Lélia is the third and youngest child of Hugues-Claude and Katia Pissarro. She was raised, however, in the loving care of her grandparents Paulémile Pissarro, Camille’s youngest son, and his wife Yvonne, in Clécy, Normandy. From a young age, Lélia’s interest in drawing and painting was nurtured by her grandfather while she sat beside him at his easel, captivated. He taught her the fundamental Impressionist and Post-Impressionist techniques he had learnt from his father and brothers before him and watched as her skills blossomed rapidly. Standing readily on the shoulders of giants, Lélia sold her first painting to New York art dealer Wally Findlay, when she was only four years of age. When Lélia turned 11 she moved to Paris to live with her parents where, with the guiding support of her father’s teachings she began to broaden her skill sets. Under the watchful eye of her father Hughes Claude Pissarro, she became exposed to new environments and learnt to experiment with abstract styles and subjects. At age 14 Lélia submitted some of these works to the exhibition ‘Salon de la Jeune Peinture’ at the Luxembourg Museum in Paris. Being underage, however, she had to submit these works secretly under the pseudonym Rachel Manzana Pomié. With her parents dividing their time between France and California, Lélia found herself moving between Tours, Paris and San Francisco, all the while studying fine art and psychology at the University des Beaux Arts. She eventually settled in Paris to teach art at the Moria School and study oil painting conservation under the guidance of a teacher from the Louvre museum. During this time she began to present her work in solo exhibitions in Paris, Lyon, Mulhouse and Rennes. In 1988 Lélia married English art dealer David Stern and moved to London. Their three children Kalia, Lyora and Dotahn, all paved their own way in the art world. From 1995 Lélia participated in a series of exhibitions entitled Pissarro – The Four Generations, which were held in galleries in London, Tel Aviv, Boston, Austin, San Francisco, Cleveland, Milwaukee and Los Angeles as well as a number of museums in Japan in 1998 and the Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 2000. In 1999 Lélia also became one of the founders of the Sorteval Press, a group of artists dedicated to developing techniques in etching and printmaking. Their first exhibition took place at the Mall Gallery in London. In 2005 following a long break in painting because of cancer, Lélia started a journey into modern art creating a number of different series: Circles, Shoes, Animals, exploring these until she reached the point of abstraction and minimalism. Developing innovative techniques, she began incorporating in her work new materials such as gold, wax and encaustic paint. To coincide with a major exhibition at Stern Pissarro...
Category

Early 2000s Abstract Lelia Pissarro Art

Materials

Canvas, Glitter, Acrylic

C’est moi qui te capture et qui te garde dans mes bras by Lélia Pissarro
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
SOLD UNFRAMED C’est moi qui te capture et qui te garde dans mes bras by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Acrylic on canvas 89 x 59.5 cm (35 x 23 ⅜ inches) Signed lower right, Lélia Pissarro Inscribed on the reverse Executed in 2009 This work is a perfect example of Lélia Pissarro’s vibrant and powerful paintings from her ‘Silver’ series. This work is accompanied by a certificate from the artist. Literature: Lélia Pissarro, The Colours of Silence, London, 2010, p. 70 (illustrated) Artist biography Born in Paris in 1963, Lélia is the third and youngest child of Hugues-Claude and Katia Pissarro...
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Early 2000s Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

Materials

Canvas, Acrylic

The Four Seasons - Winter by Lélia Pissarro - Serigraph
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
SOLD UNFRAMED The Four Seasons - Winter by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Serigraph image size: 49.5 x 60 cm (19 ½ x 23 ⅝ inches) sheet size: 60.5 x 70 cm (23 ¾ x 27 ½ inches) Signed and numbered, 230/300 Printed in an edition of 300 Artist biography Born in Paris in 1963, Lélia is the third and youngest child of Hugues-Claude and Katia Pissarro. She was raised, however, in the loving care of her grandparents Paulémile Pissarro, Camille’s youngest son, and his wife Yvonne, in Clécy, Normandy. From a young age, Lélia’s interest in drawing and painting was nurtured by her grandfather while she sat beside him at his easel, captivated. He taught her the fundamental Impressionist and Post-Impressionist techniques he had learnt from his father and brothers before him and watched as her skills blossomed rapidly. Standing readily on the shoulders of giants, Lélia sold her first painting to New York art dealer Wally Findlay, when she was only four years of age. When Lélia turned 11 she moved to Paris to live with her parents where, with the guiding support of her father’s teachings she began to broaden her skill sets. Under the watchful eye of her father Hughes Claude Pissarro, she became exposed to new environments and learnt to experiment with abstract styles and subjects. At age 14 Lélia submitted some of these works to the exhibition ‘Salon de la Jeune Peinture’ at the Luxembourg Museum in Paris. Being underage, however, she had to submit these works secretly under the pseudonym Rachel Manzana Pomié. With her parents dividing their time between France and California, Lélia found herself moving between Tours, Paris and San Francisco, all the while studying fine art and psychology at the University des Beaux Arts. She eventually settled in Paris to teach art at the Moria School and study oil painting conservation under the guidance of a teacher from the Louvre museum. During this time she began to present her work in solo exhibitions in Paris, Lyon, Mulhouse and Rennes. In 1988 Lélia married English art dealer David Stern and moved to London. Their three children Kalia, Lyora and Dotahn, all paved their own way in the art world. From 1995 Lélia participated in a series of exhibitions entitled Pissarro – The Four Generations, which were held in galleries in London, Tel Aviv, Boston, Austin, San Francisco, Cleveland, Milwaukee and Los Angeles as well as a number of museums in Japan in 1998 and the Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 2000. In 1999 Lélia also became one of the founders of the Sorteval Press, a group of artists dedicated to developing techniques in etching and printmaking. Their first exhibition took place at the Mall Gallery in London. In 2005 following a long break in painting because of cancer, Lélia started a journey into modern art creating a number of different series: Circles, Shoes, Animals, exploring these until she reached the point of abstraction and minimalism. Developing innovative techniques, she began incorporating in her work new materials such as gold, wax and encaustic paint. To coincide with a major exhibition at Stern Pissarro gallery...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Post-Impressionist Lelia Pissarro Art

Materials

Paper

Erotic Dreams by Lélia Pissarro - Contemporary painting
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Erotic Dreams by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Acrylic and glitters on canvas 51 x 40.5 cm (20 ¹/₈ x 16 inches) Signed and titled on the reverse This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from the artist. Artist biography Born in Paris in 1963, Lélia is the third and youngest child of Hugues-Claude and Katia Pissarro. She was raised, however, in the loving care of her grandparents Paulémile Pissarro, Camille’s youngest son, and his wife Yvonne, in Clécy, Normandy. From a young age, Lélia’s interest in drawing and painting was nurtured by her grandfather while she sat beside him at his easel, captivated. He taught her the fundamental Impressionist and Post-Impressionist techniques he had learnt from his father and brothers before him and watched as her skills blossomed rapidly. Standing readily on the shoulders of giants, Lélia sold her first painting to New York art dealer Wally Findlay, when she was only four years of age. When Lélia turned 11 she moved to Paris to live with her parents where, with the guiding support of her father’s teachings she began to broaden her skill sets. Under the watchful eye of her father Hughes Claude Pissarro, she became exposed to new environments and learnt to experiment with abstract styles and subjects. At age 14 Lélia submitted some of these works to the exhibition ‘Salon de la Jeune Peinture’ at the Luxembourg Museum in Paris. Being underage, however, she had to submit these works secretly under the pseudonym Rachel Manzana Pomié. With her parents dividing their time between France and California, Lélia found herself moving between Tours, Paris and San Francisco, all the while studying fine art and psychology at the University des Beaux Arts. She eventually settled in Paris to teach art at the Moria School and study oil painting conservation under the guidance of a teacher from the Louvre museum. During this time she began to present her work in solo exhibitions in Paris, Lyon, Mulhouse and Rennes. In 1988 Lélia married English art dealer David Stern and moved to London. Their three children Kalia, Lyora and Dotahn, all paved their own way in the art world. From 1995 Lélia participated in a series of exhibitions entitled Pissarro – The Four Generations, which were held in galleries in London, Tel Aviv, Boston, Austin, San Francisco, Cleveland, Milwaukee and Los Angeles as well as a number of museums in Japan in 1998 and the Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 2000. In 1999 Lélia also became one of the founders of the Sorteval Press, a group of artists dedicated to developing techniques in etching and printmaking. Their first exhibition took place at the Mall Gallery in London. In 2005 following a long break in painting because of cancer, Lélia started a journey into modern art creating a number of different series: Circles, Shoes, Animals, exploring these until she reached the point of abstraction and minimalism. Developing innovative techniques, she began incorporating in her work new materials such as gold, wax and encaustic paint. To coincide with a major exhibition at Stern Pissarro gallery...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

Materials

Canvas, Glitter, Acrylic

Abstract Composition in Blue & Gold 2 by Lélia Pissarro - Abstract painting
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Abstract Composition in Blue & Gold 2 by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Acrylic and gold on canvas 61 x 50 cm (24 x 19 ³/₄ inches) Signed and inscribed on the reverse Executed in 2017 Thi...
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2010s Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

Materials

Gold

La Rivière de Dotahn by Lélia Pissarro - Pastel on paper
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
La Rivière de Dotahn by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Pastel on paper 12.5 x 19 cm (4 ⁷/₈ x 7 ¹/₂ inches) Signed lower right, Lélia Pissarro Executed in 2020 This work is accompanied by ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

Materials

Paper, Pastel

I Love You by Lélia Pissarro - Contemporary 3-part painting
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
I Love You by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Acrylic and glitters on canvas Triptych, each panel 80 x 30 cm (31 ¹/₂ x 11 ³/₄ inches); overall 80 x 90 cm (31 ¹/₂ x 35 ³/₈ inches) Signed an...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

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Acrylic, Canvas, Glitter

Transcendal Idealism by Lélia Pissarro - Contemporary painting
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Transcendal Idealism by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Acrylic and glitters on canvas 70 x 100 cm (27 ¹/₂ x 39 ³/₈ inches) Signed lower right, Lélia Pissarro; signed, titled and dated on t...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

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Canvas, Glitter, Acrylic

Les enfants de la liberté by Lélia Pissarro - Contemporary painting
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Les enfants de la liberté by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Acrylic, pigment and gold powder on canvas 100 x 120 cm (39 ³/₈ x 47 ¹/₄ inches) Signed lower right, Lélia Pissarro Signed, titl...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

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Gold

Burning Desire by Lélia Pissarro - Abstract painting, acrylic and gold powder
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Burning Desire by LÉLIA PISSARRO (b. 1963) Acrylic, red pigment and gold powder on canvas 100 x 70 cm (39 3⁄8 x 27 1⁄2 inches) Signed lower right Lélia Pissarro Titled Burning desir...
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Early 2000s Abstract Lelia Pissarro Art

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Gold

Gold Charlotte by Lélia Pissarro - Abstract contemporary
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Gold Charlotte by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Mixed media and gold leaf on canvas 102 x 76 cm (40 ¹/₈ x 29 ⁷/₈ inches) Signed and titled on the reverse Executed in 2020 This work is ac...
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21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Lelia Pissarro Art

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Gold Leaf

Mother and daughter by Lélia Pissarro - Oil painting
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Mother and daughter by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Oil and gold leaf on canvas 100 x 100 cm (39 ³/₈ x 39 ³/₈ inches) Signed lower right Lélia Pissarro. Executed in 2020 This work is ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

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Gold Leaf

Hyde Park Corner by Lélia Pissarro - Abstract silver painting, contemporary art
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Hyde Park Corner by LÉLIA PISSARRO (b. 1963) Acrylic and silver powder on canvas 100 x 70 cm (39 ⅜ x 27 ½ inches) Signed lower right Lélia Pissarro Titled Hyde Park Corner, signed ...
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Early 2000s Abstract Lelia Pissarro Art

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Silver

Rhino sauvage sous la pluie, ta force ma taille by Lélia Pissarro
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Rhino sauvage sous la pluie, ta force ma taille (b. 1963) Acrylic, oil and resin on canvas 146 x 114 cm (57 ¹/₂ x 44 ⁷/₈ inches) Signed lower left, Lélia Pissarro Signed and titled on the reverse Provenance Private collection Literature Lélia Pissarro, The Colours of Silence, London, 2010, p. 58 (illustrated) This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from the artist. Artist biography Born in Paris in 1963, Lélia is the third and youngest child of Hugues-Claude and Katia Pissarro. She was raised, however, in the loving care of her grandparents Paulémile Pissarro, Camille’s youngest son, and his wife Yvonne, in Clécy, Normandy. From a young age, Lélia’s interest in drawing and painting was nurtured by her grandfather while she sat beside him at his easel, captivated. He taught her the fundamental Impressionist and Post-Impressionist techniques he had learnt from his father and brothers before him and watched as her skills blossomed rapidly. Standing readily on the shoulders of giants, Lélia sold her first painting to New York art dealer Wally Findlay, when she was only four years of age. When Lélia turned 11 she moved to Paris to live with her parents where, with the guiding support of her father’s teachings she began to broaden her skill sets. Under the watchful eye of her father Hughes Claude Pissarro, she became exposed to new environments and learnt to experiment with abstract styles and subjects. At age 14 Lélia submitted some of these works to the exhibition ‘Salon de la Jeune Peinture’ at the Luxembourg Museum in Paris. Being underage, however, she had to submit these works secretly under the pseudonym Rachel Manzana Pomié. With her parents dividing their time between France and California, Lélia found herself moving between Tours, Paris and San Francisco, all the while studying fine art and psychology at the University des Beaux Arts. She eventually settled in Paris to teach art at the Moria School and study oil painting conservation under the guidance of a teacher from the Louvre museum. During this time she began to present her work in solo exhibitions in Paris, Lyon, Mulhouse and Rennes. In 1988 Lélia married English art dealer David Stern and moved to London. Their three children Kalia, Lyora and Dotahn, all paved their own way in the art world. From 1995 Lélia participated in a series of exhibitions entitled Pissarro – The Four Generations, which were held in galleries in London, Tel Aviv, Boston, Austin, San Francisco, Cleveland, Milwaukee and Los Angeles as well as a number of museums in Japan in 1998 and the Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 2000. In 1999 Lélia also became one of the founders of the Sorteval Press, a group of artists dedicated to developing techniques in etching and printmaking. Their first exhibition took place at the Mall Gallery in London. In 2005 following a long break in painting because of cancer, Lélia started a journey into modern art creating a number of different series: Circles, Shoes, Animals, exploring these until she reached the point of abstraction and minimalism. Developing innovative techniques, she began incorporating in her work new materials such as gold, wax and encaustic paint. To coincide with a major exhibition at Stern Pissarro gallery...
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21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Lelia Pissarro Art

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Canvas, Resin, Oil, Acrylic

Cleopatra, Mistress of Julius Caesar and Mark Antony by Lélia Pissarro
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Cleopatra, Mistress of Julius Caesar and Mark Antony by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Oil and gold leaf on canvas 100 x 100 cm (39 ³/₈ x 39 ³/₈ inches) Signed...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

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Gold Leaf

Avec ou sans coeur? by Lélia Pissarro - Abstract painting
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Avec ou sans coeur? by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Acrylic, gold and a heart brooch on canvas ​​​​​​​145.5 x 114 cm (57 ¹/₄ x 44 ⁷/₈ inches) This work is accompanied by a certificate o...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

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Gold

Indecent Exposure by Lélia Pissarro - Contemporary painting
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Indecent Exposure by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Acrylic and glitters on canvas 150 x 120 cm (59 x 47 ¹/₄ inches) Signed lower right, Lélia Pissarro; signed, titled and dated on the rev...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

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Canvas, Glitter, Acrylic

I'll try anything with you by Lélia Pissarro - Contemporary painting
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
I'll try anything with you by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Acrylic, pigment and gold powder on canvas 81 x 65 cm (31 ⁷/₈ x 25 ⁵/₈ inches) Signed and titled on the reverse This work is a...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

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Gold

For I have provided for myself a King among his sons by Lélia Pissarro
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
For I have provided for myself a King among his sons (b. 1963) Acrylic and glitters on canvas 70 x 70 cm (27 ¹/₂ x 27 ¹/₂ inches) Signed lower right, Lélia Pissarro; signed and title...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

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Canvas, Glitter, Acrylic

Tempera on paper by Lélia Pissarro titled Infiniment Tendre
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Infiniment Tendre by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Tempera on paper 14 x 21.5 cm (5 ¹/₂ x 8 ¹/₂ inches) Signed lower left, Lélia Pissarro Executed in 2020 Provenance Studio of the artist...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

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Tempera, Paper

Red riding hood, violent dominations and perils of seduction by Lélia Pissarro
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Red riding hood, violent dominations and perils of seduction by Lélia Pissarro (6. 1963) Black acrylic, white resin, vermillon pigment and gold dust 97 x 130 cm (38 ¹/₄ x 51 ¹/₈ inch...
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Early 2000s Abstract Lelia Pissarro Art

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Resin, Acrylic, Canvas

Eros by Lélia Pissarro - Contemporary Abstract painting
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Eros by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Acrylic, oil and resin on canvas 100 x 70 cm (39 ¼ x 27 ¼ inches) Signed lower right Lélia Pissarro Signed and titled on the reverse Literature Lél...
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21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Lelia Pissarro Art

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Canvas, Resin, Oil, Acrylic

Roger Howard at Ladywood by Lélia Pissarro -Contemporary abstract painting, 2021
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Roger Howard at Ladywood by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Acrylic, oil and gold powder on canvas 100 x 100 cm (39 ³/₈ x 39 ³/₈ inches) Signed lower left, Lélia Pissarro Executed in 2021 ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Lelia Pissarro Art

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Canvas, Oil, Acrylic

Everything you Touch Turns to Gold by Lélia Pissarro - Abstract Contemporary
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Everything you Touch Turns to Gold by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Acrylic and gold powder on canvas 146 x 114 cm (57 ¹/₂ x 44 ⁷/₈ inches) Signed and titled on the reverse Executed in 20...
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21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Lelia Pissarro Art

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Canvas, Acrylic

One Day by Lélia Pissarro - Contemporary Abstract painting
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
One Day by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Oil on canvas 146 x 114 cm (57 ½ x 44 ⅞ inches) Signed and titled on the reverse Executed in 2008 Literature Lélia Pissarro, The Colours of Silen...
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Early 2000s Abstract Lelia Pissarro Art

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Oil

Liberté Interdite by Lélia Pissarro - Abstract painting by contemporary artist
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
Liberté Interdite by LÉLIA PISSARRO (b. 1963) Acrylic on canvas 115.5 x 85.5 cm (45 1⁄2 x 33 5⁄8 inches) Signed lower right, Lélia Pissarro Signed Lélia Pissarro and titled Liberté ...
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Early 2000s Abstract Lelia Pissarro Art

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Silver

And Lia by LÉLIA PISSARRO - Contemporary Art, Abstract, Painting, Acrylic
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
And Lia by LÉLIA PISSARRO (b. 1963) Acrylic and gold powder on canvas 100 x 70 cm (39 ¼ x 27 ½ inches) Signed lower left, Lélia Pissarro Titled on the reverse “And Lia”, signed Léli...
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Early 2000s Abstract Lelia Pissarro Art

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Acrylic

Theres no Point Carrying an Umbrella if your Shoes are Leaking by Lélia Pissarro
By Lelia Pissarro
Located in London, GB
There's no Point Carrying an Umbrella if your Shoes are Leaking by Lélia Pissarro (b. 1963) Oil and gold on canvas 53.5 x 59.5 cm (21 ⅛ x 23 ⅜ inches) Signed lower left, Lélia Pissar...
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Early 2000s Contemporary Lelia Pissarro Art

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Oil, Canvas

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