Eduardo Chillida was a Spanish Basque artist primarily known for his huge public abstract sculpture installations. Similar to fellow Spaniard, Antoni Tapies, Chillida's work employed geometric forms and linked shapes to create physically imposing art. Along with his sculpture, Chillida created etchings, lithographs, and woodcuts for various other books.
This lithograph comes from the long running French Art Magazine "Derriere le Miroir" published from 1946 until 1982 (253 issues). Published and edited by Aime Maeght, the French art dealer featured artists exhibited in his gallery, including: Joan Miro, Alexander Calder, Henri Matisse, and Vassily Kandinsky.
Text is on the reverse side, as published.