Artwork information








60 cm x 78 cm


Signed lower right

Proof(s) of authenticity

Sold with a certificate of authenticity from Éditions de l'Atelier Clot, Paris.

State of conservation

Very good




Paris, France


Beautiful original lithograph by the artist Alëxone Dizac signed and numbered by the artist. Printed in 100 copies.

Lithograph printed on BFK Rives 250g cotton paper by Éditions de l'Atelier Clot in Paris in 2021.

About Atelier Clot:
L’Atelier Clot is the oldest lithography workshop in Paris, located in the charming Marais district. With a history dating back to 1896, the workshop was founded by Auguste Clot, one of the most talented lithographers in the capital at the time. His pioneering work in the use of color attracted the attention of the young group of artists “Nabis” and the art dealer Ambroise Vollard, who commissioned works from him for his famous albums of prints.
From 1896, Atelier Clot was the place of production of the most beautiful masterpieces of color lithography, bearing the signature of great artists such as Degas, Cézanne, Renoir, Sisley, Redon, Bonnard, Vuillard, Signac, Munch, Rodin and many others.
At the end of the 1950s, Peter Bramsen, a young, recently graduated lithographer, went to Paris to complete his training. In 1963, he became a partner of the former workshop. In 1965, Clot, Bramsen & Georges were founded and Bramsen became an artistic and professional leader. In 1968, the workshop moved to the Marais district, rue Vieille du Temple. This is where a host of artists such as Asger Jorn, Alechinsky, Bram Van Velde, Lindström, Wyckaert, Pol Bury, Topor, Arman, Saura, Bjørn Nørgaard, Voss, Toledo, Michaux, Soulages, Calder, Wifredo Lam and many others met to work on stone carvings.
Under the direction of his son, Christian Bramsen, the collaboration with artists around the world continues today.

The artist


Alëxone Dizac

Emerging artistEmerging artist
Born in 1976


Alëxone Dizac, also known as Alëxone, is a French artist, painter and illustrator emerging from the world of graffiti, born in Paris in 1976.

Through his works, Alëxone Dizac depicts acts of bravery with a clever combination of wordplay and wit. Amid the tumult of joyful fictions and effervescent colors, he presents the spectacle of a merged animal society, bringing the vox populi to life with expressive malice.

The hoarding of multiple influences, such as graffiti, Byzantine art and comics, quickly becomes apparent. Behind this Fantasia lies the depth of a specific equilibrium, that of a labyrinthine weave imbued with playful rhetoric. As a bibliophile, the Parisian artist weaves a delicate canvas with finesse. Yet the vitality of his painting may well reflect that of the world.

Vivid colors, comical scenes and motley characters elicit laughter and entertain. The artist delights in integrating references, multiplying winks and puns, combining unusual ideas. In this way, a real closeness is created between him and the viewer, who fully grasps the meaning of his work.

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