Sketchbook A5 - Untitled, 1972 Hugette Caland

Sketchbook A5 - Untitled, 1972 Hugette Caland

Panoramic Postcard - Le Grand Bleu, 2012 Hugette Caland

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Tote Bag - Untitled, 1968 Hugette Caland

Sketchbook A5 - Untitled, 1972 Hugette Caland

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Sketchbook A5 - Untitled, 1972 Hugette Caland
Bring home a souvenir of the exhibition Faces and Places, Huguette Caland’s largest museum exhibition to date, featuring six decades of her paintings, drawings, caftans, smocks and sculptures. This sketchbook features the artwork of Huguette Caland, Untitled, 1972. Courtesy of the Caland family. Born in Beirut in 1931, Caland was the daughter of the first president of the Republic of Lebanon. Caland defied social expectations by moving to Paris in the 1970s. In 1987, Caland moved to California, where she shifted from abstract representations of the body to more detail-oriented paintings, which evoked cross-stitching techniques. Her memories of Beirut and Paris – of family, friends, nostalgic imagery of her childhood, her own children – emerge in her later paintings, but never losing sight of the line. Product size: A5. 30-40 sheets 90 gsm paper.