Leonor Fini's long-awaited catalogue raisonné now available

"Leonor Fini (1907–1996) was one of the most extraordinary artists of the twentieth century. She never formally trained as an artist but drew from many influences, notably the Flemish Masters, Symbolism, and Surrealism. An independent and passionate woman who felt an instinctual hostility to the idea of being part of any artistic group or movement, she shared with her avant-garde circle a fervent belief in the power of desire for social and political subversion. This authoritative Catalogue Raisonné is as timely as it is crucial, bringing Fini’s vast body of work to the public so that her immense talent may be discovered, researched, and enjoyed." -- Dr. Alyce Mahon, University of Cambridge


The Catalogue Raisonné, which includes Leonor Fini’s  known 1,249 oil paintings and is lavishly illustrated in color throughout, offers a never before published autobiographical fragment by Leonor Fini, an essay on the artist’s life and work by authority Richard Overstreet, listings of all known works, along with a concise updated biography by British art historian Peter Webb. 


Weinstein Gallery is pleased to be the exclusive representative of  both the Deluxe Edition and the Collector's Edition of the Leonor Fini Catalogue Raisonné. Limited to only 125 copies, the Collector's Edition comes in an elegant clamshell box and includes both an original print and drawing by the artist. The Deluxe Edition is limited to only 450 copies and includes an original print with a slipcase presentation. For more information, please call or email us at director@weinstein.com.

Feb 21, 2019