Entertainment Paris. A self-portrait of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry in "Little Prince" hanging will be sold at
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On June 4th, a watercolor signed by Antoine Saint-Exupéry will be on sale at the Drouot de Paris room. The work of art, considered a self-portrait, is estimated at € 80,000. Considered as a self-portrait, the writer has represented a little prince, hanged with a stem.
It is an off-standing work of art that will be presented on June 4 at the Drouot Sales Room of. A watercolor, signed by the hand of , will be exposed and proposed for auction by the Kâ Mondo study, for a starting price established at € 80,000.
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according to the ParisianThe author of Little Prince
In his sale of June 4, Kâ-Mondo will present several drawings of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.The most moving drawing includes a self-portrait of the writer under the lines of the
#PetitPrinceMay 25, 2020 A sorrow of love at the origin of the drawing https://t.co/i48pnzabl - Drouot (@Drouot)
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The Journal Francilien tells the story behind the drawing: in 1941, Saint -Exupéry is married, but had to exile some time in the United States. On site, the author met an American journalist. The artist became from New York and was inspired by her to write her flagship work, the little prince.
"He will offer him his manuscript. And drawings including this little hanging prince. She will sell years later », exhibits Ludovic Miran, expert on sale, cited by Le Parisien.But in 1943, the American left the writer and aviator for a producer. His plane has failed in the Mediterranean Sea in 1944. The sale of the drawing will take place on 4 June from 1:30 pm. The opener will be exhibited
at the Hotel Drouot
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