Arthur Louis Piza
Born January 13, 1926 in Sao Paolo, Brazil
The Brazilian-French artist Arthur Louis Piza moved to Paris in 1951 and since 1958 has worked primarily as an engraver. He developed a unique printing process using thick copperplates in which the deep, sculptural grooves create engravings with a high relief.
Piza is listed in the Benezit and his work can be found in major museums including hte Victora and Albert Museum in London and the MOMA and Guggenheim museums in New York.