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For any additional photos, enlargements, information and various requests. Exceptional large contemporary art sculpture. Or the in-depth search for physical deprivation. "Dose to see what I look at and dare to show what I see. I insist that this is an original work, an artist's essay and not a reissue.Very nice betting, new-york and tokyo. Very original placed on a living room console. Martine boileau is a French sculptor, born in Neuilly-sur-seine in 1923, who died in Paris in 2007. She worked both terracotta and resin (material of which she was one of the pioneers), bronze, and dared to color. Martine is the daughter of roger seligmann, manager of the seligmann bank, and the granddaughter of david david-weill1. In 1940, her family moved to the United States, where she studied sculpture, and became the pupil of berta margoulies (en). Back in France in 1945, she continued her training there.
It was discovered in 1954 by first richer who introduced it to the paris show in May. She exhibited there from 1957 to 2007, and six times at the Salon de la jeune sculpture. At the same time she made many other exhibitions.In 1958, for the Auschwitz Memorial competition, she studied synthetic resins. In 1961, she exhibited a "fantastic furniture" in resin at the Museum of Decorative Arts. From 1967, she returned to color and created her first polychrome resin work for the deposit and deposit box. In the 1970s and 1980s, she made numerous monumental and religious sculptures in polychrome resin for public orders. Very appreciated throughout Europe, in the United States and Japan, where she participates in numerous exhibitions, she received in 1988 the hakone award, then in 1990 the royal ueno award. Martine boileau died on 29 May 2007 in Paris. She was the wife of Dr.Henri danon-boiler (23 July 1918-1 May 2014).
Madame chanteloup was the concierge of the artist's workshop. "I choose to look at the old age on which the lard will never be able to hide anything again. Old age only develops small gestures, the only survival of a rest of activity.Wrinkles and wilts have shaped a network of changes marking the long history of a body." "Not only did I have the chance to be protected during the war, but also the precious one, to be a refugee at new york itself. I learned to dare to see what I am looking at and to dare to show what I see." This great contemporary art sculpture is truly remarkable. The cut-out, raw, volcanic forms almost unscathed restore a raw and poignant reality.
Full of robust aesthetic rigor that, does not lack power and brittle control. The artist has an amazing ability to domesticate strength and matter to liberate and show us the end thread of life. Its value and underlying sensitivity. This is the human condition! Mensurations : 6.5kg, h : 35cm, l : 17cm, p : 13cm.Thank you for also looking at the other objects that I currently propose. If you are interested in this subject, I invite you to make an offer or contact us. This announcement may be withdrawn before its expiry. The packaging will be particularly careful (bubble film, maximum protections.) and postal tracking communication at each stage of your order.
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