Collection: Alfred Manessier

Alfred Manessier (1911 – 1993) was a non-figurative French painter, stained glass artist, and tapestry designer, part of the new School of Paris and the Salon de Mai. Manessier was associated with the Lyrical Abstraction movement after the Second World War. He is also known for his vibrantly colored lithographs. Manessier’s art stands as a model of hope in a world searching for meaning. 

Collected by a major museum: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Centre Pompidou, Tate, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., Art Institute of Chicago. Moderna Museet, Stockholm.  
Marc Chagall - Paris L'Opera le Plafond de Chagall (1964) - Lithograph, Marc Chagall - Hedonism Gallery
École de Paris
Soviet nonconformist art
Andy Warhol - Crash - Andy Warhol, Poster - Hedonism Gallery
Pop and street art
OBEY (Shepard Fairey) - Peace Fingers sculpture - OBEY (Shepard Fairey), Sculpture - Hedonism Gallery
Activist art