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Lorjou Bernard (1908-1986) Lithography Young Nle Painting School Of Paris

Lorjou Bernard (1908-1986) Lithography Young Nle Painting School Of Paris

Lorjou Bernard (1908-1986) Lithography Young Nle Painting School Of Paris   Lorjou Bernard (1908-1986) Lithography Young Nle Painting School Of Paris

Signed and justified in pencil by the artist. Handsigned and numbered with pencil by the artist. 29.9 \Bernard Lorjou, born in Blois in 1908 and died in 1986, was a French painter. At the end of the Second World War and during the 50s, it is with Bernard Buffet, Jean Carzou, Manessier and others, one of the most quoted French painters and best known of then. Wishing to become a painter, he left Blois for Paris where he discovered Manet while attending anarchist \Soon after, aged 17, he was apprenticed to the colorist François Ducharne drawing workshop.

He became a model maker and designer in silk. Later, his work in this area dressed celebrities such as the Duchess of Windsor or Marlène Dietrich. There are also meeting yvonne motet his future wife whom he married in 1968, just weeks before his death from leukemia. With the help of critical jeans bouret he founded with Michel thompson movement anti-abstract human witness of his time.

The first group exhibition held in Paris in 1948. The same year, he shares with the buffet price of criticism.

The latter participates in the second human exposure control in 1949. The third and final place in November 1962 with only yvonne motet, the red ball mill. In 1953, he met Domenica walter-guillaume5 which connects with the art dealer Georges wildenstein, the Duchess of Windsor, edgar faure, arthur honegger and others. Fierce opponent of abstract art, the Lorjou qualify in an open letter to the president of the republic \french \In 1960, he signed another open letter in favor of the painter David Alfaro Siqueiros, then jailed in Mexico and who thank for his presence at the opening of the murder of Sharon Tate museum galliera on 14 October 1970.

Character irascible whimsical, he circulated a petition in 1977 for the defense of french art and against beaubourg he does not hesitate. Dress up the word of Cambronne because it represents for him this official art that particularly loathes. From a dreamlike figurative style, it is often regarded by critics as an expressionist. Self-taught artist, he describes himself as \In the wake of the exhibition of young painters of the new school in Paris, he exhibits at painters witnesses of their time and the autumn fair throughout his life after the Second World War.

He spent the last years of his life in St-Denis-sur-Loire. Bernard Lorjou (september 9, 1908 january 26, 1986) Was a french painter of expressionism and a founding member of the anti-abstract art group \Lorjou Was Born in Blois, in the Loire and expensive department of France. Born to an impoverished family just before world war i, Lorjou Was recevoir the bulk de son education, as he put it, in the streets. At the age of 13, With His desire to learn to paint, he leaves home for His paris.

There, Lorjou lives through early years of hardship and Often finds himself sleeping in subway and rail stations while working without pay as an errand boy for a printing house. Eventually he finds a position as a designer silk Where he meets His future wife yvonne wheatear, an artist and painter aussi. Lorjou finds success as a designer silk. Over the next 30 years, His designs not only adorn the bodies of Many of the World's Most prominent women aim aussi Provide _him_ year income That _him_ allow to paint was full time basis.

Lorjou exhibits for the first time at the salon in 1928. During independently-travels through spain in 1931, he is stricken by the strong expressive styles of the artists El Greco, Velasquez, and most of all goya. Inspired by Goya, Lorjou begins painting socio-political events. In 1948, he shares the critics award with Bernard Buffet. In the Sami year, the art group Lorjou forms witness the man with art critic Jean bouret by Declaring That \The group bands together in an attempt to defend Against the figurative painting and abstract movement will Eventually Attract other painters Such As Bernard Buffet, Jean couty, André minals, Charazac, and Simone dat. Over the next 30 years lorjous reputation as a painter Becomes Established more. His work style and go through a series of transformations, the only constant being white the power de son pictures and the rich precision de son use of vibrant color. Lorjou is supported by prominent art figures like george wildenstein and Domenica Walter, the widow of Paul Guillaume.

Lorjou Becomes Known For His extravagant exhibits and combative spirit. On january 26, 1986 at the age of 77, Lorjou dies from an acute asthma attack At His home in st.

Lorjous body of work includes Thousands of paintings, a collection of wood engravings, ceramic and bronze sculptures, lithographs, illustrated books, posters socially oriented, stained glass windows, and murals. The alternative figurative or young painting. At the end of the Second World War, the 1950s in France are characterized by the expression dinterrogations existential, the anguish of humanity dune reflections and uncertainties that discovers the expanse of Nazi the horror and disillusionment of the Cold War. This period reveals a new generation of painters matured early by the suffering and deprivation of the black years. They offer a vision of the world where the man, not the idea, is central.

Half a century has passed. The time has come to pay homage to these artists, these collectors, public and private, who have had to defend the heart of a figurative alternative to labstraction conquering. Françoise adnet paul AÏZPIRI, Jean-Pierre alaux, guy Bardone, richard Bellias, André Brasilier, Bernard Buffet, Jacques busse, jean-marie calmettes jeans Chevolleau paul collomb jeans gossip, jeans cortot, daniel dalmbert, michel gallard, rene genis, Raymond warrior, vincent Guignebert, paul Guiramand, hilaire, Jansem jeans, Jacques lagrange, Bernard Lorjou, Marzelle John, Andrew minal, marcel Mouly, michel Patrix, stone-henry, jean pollet, raoul pradier, Daniel ravel, paul rebeyrolle, claude Schurr michel Thompson, maurice greenfinch, claude weisbuch, new school of paris. The item \The seller is \This item can be shipped to the following countries: america, europe, asia, australia.

  1. dimensions: 76 x 56 cm <\/ li>
  2. artist: Bernard Lorjou (1908-1986) <\/ li>
  3. style: 1940-1960 <\/ li>
  4. authenticity: original <\/ li>
  5. Period: XXth contemporary <\/ li>
  6. type: young painters <\/ li>
  7. Support: paper <\/ li>
  8. Theme: Genre Scene <\/ li>
  9. Type: lithography <\/ li>
  10. Features: Stone <\/ li> <\/ Ul>
    Lorjou Bernard (1908-1986) Lithography Young Nle Painting School Of Paris   Lorjou Bernard (1908-1986) Lithography Young Nle Painting School Of Paris