César by François Darmigny

Fine art print of César french Sculptor in his workshop in Paris in 1986.

  • Size 60 x 80 cm
  • Edition 7/7

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2 800,00 €

Art Photo of the sculptor César with a paintbrush. This portrait was photographed by François Darmigny.

On the photo, the sculptor is posing in his studio in Villetaneuse, in the Paris region in 1986. Cesar was a member of the New Realist movement, a movement that was born in the 1960s. in 1954, Cesar settles his studio in a site that was previously a factory of metal furniture equipment called Malma, in Villetaneuse.

His first exhibition was held in 1954, a Lucien Durand The Gallery of Paris. He won the "Prix des Trois Arts" from the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris for his work "Fish" of 3.40 meters long, who was exposed in the courtyard of the gallery and acquired the year following by the National Museum of Modern Art.

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César by François Darmigny <p><span style="color:#000000;">Art Photo of the sculptor <em>César</em> with a paintbrush. This portrait was photographed by François Darmigny.</span></p> <p><span>On the photo, the sculptor is posing in his studio in Villetaneuse, in the Paris region in 1986. Cesar was a member of the New Realist movement, a movement that was born in the 1960s. in 1954, Cesar settles his studio in a site that was previously a factory of metal furniture equipment called Malma, in Villetaneuse.</span></p> <p><span>His first exhibition was held in 1954, a Lucien Durand The Gallery of Paris. He won the "Prix des Trois Arts" from the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris for his work "Fish" of 3.40 meters long, who was exposed in the courtyard of the gallery and acquired the year following by the National Museum of Modern Art. </span></p> <p></p>
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