Nue Bleue


An original drawing on a flat stone and an original drawing on a metal foil according to the traditional technique of lithography.
Hand signed by the artist Frederic Forest and numbered /50 on the right side corner with the engraved stamp of Grammatical and Idem Paris
55 x 75 cm / approximately 21,6 x 29,5 inches

Idem Paris is a printer historical and confidential workshop nestled in the heart of the artistic district of Montparnasse in Paris, well known to all galleries and international artists, the Voirin and Marinoni lithographic presses on which Picasso, Matisse, Miro, Chagall or Giacometti worked are still in use. Contemporary artists such as Jean-Michel Alberola, Sophie Calle, Paul Mc Carthy, JR, Liu Bolin or David Lynch are regulars of the workshop.



Numbered by the artist Frédéric Forest on the left side corner with the engraved stamp of Idem Paris. Signed by the artist on the right side corner with the Grammatical engraved stamp. The work comes with a Certification of Authenticity signed and numbered by Grammatical.

Lithography Technic and Paper

Technic : 3 Colors Lithography printed on Marinoni machine in Paris, France.

Colors : Soft Klein blue, soft Rubine pink and soft Cream color that follows the shape of the stone.

Paper : Deckled Edge White Art Paper BFK Rives 300 g/m approximately 170 lb (acid and chlorine free, heavy metal absence and following FSC)

Shipping and Delivery

This drawing is shipped unframed in a tube if your order not included a frame. Carefully wrapped in silk paper and packed in a protective cardboard tube.

Delivery within the EU : Prices include French VAT. We usually ship your order with Colissimo or DHL express and a tracking number, within 4 business days. Delivery time is usually is 2-3 business days within Europe. 

Non-EU Countries : Prices do not include French VAT. We usually ship your order with DHL express and a tracking number, within business days. Delivery time is usually 3-4 business days outside the EU.

Made in France

Grammatical supports French companies and know-how. Often in small series, art prints are made by local or French companies. All our French craftsmen have rare skills. Sometimes passed down from generation to generation, these skills are the result of many years of meetings, reflection, research, learning and work. Supporting local crafts is therefore an excellent way to perpetuate a know-how that has crossed the centuries and conveys a history and values. You contribute to give the desire to young talents to be trained to perpetuate the traditions and to continue to make live old trades like the trades of the lithographic printing.