FREE: Guy Buffet Framed Signed & Numbered Hand Pulled Lithographs 14 x 11 Chickens Gold Frame Lot of 2

Guy Buffet Framed Signed & Numbered Hand Pulled Lithographs 14 x 11 Chickens Gold Frame Lot of 2
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The listing, Guy Buffet Framed Signed & Numbered Hand Pulled Lithographs 14 x 11 Chickens Gold Frame Lot of 2 has ended.

I have two framed hand-pulled lithographs by international French-American artist Guy Buffet.

They are both signed and numbered. Bought at the same time. One of them has the certificate of edition on the back..the other one was pulled off, unfortunately. Please look at all of the pictures for the best description.
The frames are a gold color, made of wood. Each Litho has been professionally framed and matted and is behind glass.
The frames are 11" x 14",,, the lithos are 6" x 8"
The above photos were taken through glass, reflections and/or shadows may appear in the photos.

I love his "chicken pictures"

The first one(left) is entitled, "I'm a Mother to Be"
Numbered 763/6000 Release date 1994
Produced in Paris, France
The second one is entitled, "Chicken is My Specialty"
Numbered 766/6000

Guy Buffet was born in Paris, France in the district of Montparnasse on January 13, 1943. His father, Jules Cesar Buffet, was sixty five years old at the time and due to the war, was still employed far beyond his normal retirement age as the postmaster of the district. During Guy's early youth, his father loved to take his son for walks in the district and show him famous landmarks such as the La Coupole Restaurant, where famous artists like Picasso, Chagall, Braque and Foujita would spend many of their days and evenings. He walked his young son past their homes and those artists became the heroes of Guy's youth, marking the beginning of his lifetime interest in the world of art. When Guy was twelve years old, he lost his elderly father and two years later, moved with his mother to the south of France to a beautiful little fishing harbor called Sanary, not far from Saint Tropéz. Soon after, he left his conventional school to enroll in the Beaux Arts School of Toulon in order to study art full time.
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