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Serge Gainsbourg at Le Palace

★ ICONIC PORTRAITS ★ by Arnaud Baumann

Serge Gainsbourg at Le Palace

Serge Gainsbourg, whose real name was Lucien Ginsburg, was born in Paris on April 2, 1928 and died on March 2, 1991. A polymorphous artist, he left his mark on the 20th-century French music scene as a singer, songwriter, pianist and actor. His career began in the 1950s, but it was in the 1960s that he rose to fame with songs such as “Je t’aime… moi non plus”, a duet with Jane Birkin.

Gainsbourg was known for his provocative style and subversive spirit, tackling controversial themes in his lyrics. Beyond music, he also left his mark on film and literature. His collaboration with numerous artists, including Brigitte Bardot and Charlotte Gainsbourg, helped diversify his cultural influence.

Gainsbourg received numerous awards during his career, and his impact on music and popular culture remains significant. His work continues to influence subsequent generations, making him a key icon on the French art scene.

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ARTWORK DETAILS

Edition Edition of 26
10 copies XS | 7 copies S | 5 copies M | 3 copies L | Single copy in XL
Type of Print Silver Base Print
Signature Signed and numbered on the back
Certificate of Authenticity Yes
Year of Creation 1981-2010
Artist Arnaud Baumann
Collection ★ ICONIC PORTRAITS ★

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