Collection: Alfred Manessier (French 1911-1993)

Alfred Manessier was a French artist whose abstract stained-glass windows, tapestries, and paintings renewed an interest in sacred art. Manessier’s use of luminous colors and dynamic shapes merged the influence of Paul Klee with a Christian reverence for light. “It's the passages between things which interest me,” he once said. “Something circulates amongst all forms of human experience ensuring a profound unity.” (
  • Manessier Exhibition 1959

    Alfred Manessier, French (1911-1993)

    Manessier Exhibition 1959

    ML. 01

    Original Lithograph, backed on linen.
    printed by Ateliers Mourlot in Paris 1959.
    Special Provenance: This original exhibition poster was part of a...

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