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Alain DE LA BOURDONNAYE Oil on canvas 245X174 cm 1956/57

1956/1957

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Alain DE LA BOURDONNAYE Oil on canvas 245X174 cm 1956/57

1956/1957

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Paris

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Alain DE LA BOURDONNAYE - Oil on monumental canvas 245 X 174 cm Untitled - Produced 1956/57. Needs minor restoration. No other canvas of this size can be found among his works. Alain de La Bourdonnaye, born May 1, 1930 in Paris and died March 28, 2016 in Paris, was a French painter, engraver, publisher and printer. https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alain_de_La_Bourdonnaye He lived and worked in Paris and the Gers. He is known as an "artisan book architect". Alain de La Bourdonnaye joined Arpad Szenes' studio in 1952, where he painted his first pictures under the watchful eye of all his students. He also studied engraving at Atelier 17 with Stanley William Hayter, and Granville was the first dealer to recognize his work. He championed lyrical abstraction and took part in the first abstract art salons, which featured Estève, Vieira da Silva, Bazaine and Zao Wou-Ki as painter and engraver.

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Alain DE LA BOURDONNAYE - Oil on monumental canvas 245 X 174 cm Untitled - Produced 1956/57.
Needs minor restoration.
No other canvas of this size can be found among his works.
Alain de La Bourdonnaye, born May 1, 1930 in Paris and died March 28, 2016 in Paris, was a French painter, engraver, publisher and printer.
https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alain_de_La_Bourdonnaye
He lived and worked in Paris and the Gers. He is known as an "artisan book architect".
Alain de La Bourdonnaye joined Arpad Szenes' studio in 1952, where he painted his first pictures under the watchful eye of all his students. He also studied engraving at Atelier 17 with Stanley William Hayter, and Granville was the first dealer to recognize his work. He championed lyrical abstraction and took part in the first abstract art salons, which featured Estève, Vieira da Silva, Bazaine and Zao Wou-Ki as painter and engraver.