FRANCOIS FIEDLER, EXPOSITION 1983
Lithographic art print by Francois Fiedler from Galerie Maeght in Paris for an exhibition in 1983.
Francois Fiedler is a French/Hungarian post-war abstract painter. He is especially known for his painting and experimenting with engraving resources. As luck would have it, the artist Miró saw one of Fiedler’s works in a corner of a little gallery and was amazed by it. He decided to find the artist, and so met Fiedler. They became close friends, and Miró introduced François to the famous gallery and art dealer Aimé Maeght.