André Marchand

Respiration Marine Bangor (Belle Isle En Mer)

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André Marchand

Respiration Marine Bangor (Belle Isle En Mer)



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    DETAILS

  • Oil on canvas

  • 34 x 21 cm

  • 1907 – 1997

  • Signed on the front and the back of the work

  • The works of the Frech artist are represented in a variety of important museums. In 1937, he won the Prix Paul-Guillaume.

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

The French painter André Marchand was born in 1907 in Aix-en-Provence and died in 1997 in Arles. Associated with the École de Paris, he worked through a wide spectre of modern painting tendencies, such as post-impressionism, abstraction, or pittura metafisica. His wider recognition began with the Paul Guillaume Prize he was awarded in 1937, preceded by the debut one-man display at the Galerie Billet-Worms (1934) and followed by the landmark group exhibition "Young Painters of the French Tradition" at the Galerie Braun in Paris (1941). Despite his rising critical acclaim in the capital, in the mid-40s, the painter settled in the province and worked subsequently in Burgundy, Provence, and Brittany, with his work widely displayed on both side of the pond. Some of his most important exhibitions include biennials in Venice (1948, 1954, 1961), São Paulo (1951, 1953, 1961), and Tokyo (1963). In recent years, Marchand has been rediscovered by curators and art historians, what resulted in anniversary retrospectives at the Palais des Arts in Marseille, Musée Estrine Saint-Rémy-de-Provence (both 2007), and the Musée du Viel Aix in Aix-en-Provence (2009).

 

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