About the Artist
Claude Gerald Saucy (1929-1999) was a Swiss-born print maker and educator whose primary media were wood engraving, copperplate engraving, and etching. He studied art in Switzerland under Max Bill, a Swiss architect, artist, painter, typeface designer, industrial designer and graphic designer. Saucy spent his early career as an artist and teacher in Switzerland where he became known for his black and white surrealistic prints. He moved with his family to Connecticut in 1966 to become Head of the Art Department at the Kent School, a private college preparatory school, a position he held until he retired in 1993. Saucy is included in the Biografisches Lexikon der Schweizer Kunst [Biographical Dictionary of Swiss Artists] (1998).
** Visit our collection of Vintage Art for more old-fashioned goodness!
- ONE original vintage etching 'Landscape with 5 Cats' (as shown)
This etching has foxing, creases, smudges, slight discolorations throughout.
- Material: paper, ink
- Color: white, black, grey, beige
- Dimensions: entire sheet measures 20.25" W x 25.0" H x 0.25" D; plate measures 11.25"W x 8.75"H