This lithograph by Alexander Calder (1898 – 1976) suffers from stains, fungal invasions, and possibly tears. It is print 59 of 100 and is entitled L’Espoir du Volubius. Calder was one of the most recognizable and beloved modern artists. His pursuit through the art world was as voracious as it was diverse. He created sculptures, gouaches, prints, book illustrations, and even designed jewelry. He is perhaps most well-known for pioneering kinetic art.