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Roger De La Fresnaye

(Le Mans 1885 -  Grasse 1925 ) Wikipedia® : Roger De La Fresnaye
de LA FRESNAYE Roger L'homme Au Bras Tendu

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Jun 21, 2018
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Fresnaye De La Roger

 

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Roger De La Fresnaye - Eve

Roger De La Fresnaye - Eve

Original 1910-11
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Lot number: 198
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EVE Roger de La Fresnaye 1885 - 1925 Inscribed R. de la Fresnaye,numbered n. 10. and stamped with the foundry mark C. Valsuani Cire Perdue Bronze Length: 17 3/8 in. 44.1 cm Conceived in 1910-11; this bronze version castcirca1950-55. Provenance Private Collection,New York Friedman Vallois, New York (acquired from the above) Acquired from the above Literature Eberhard Nebelthau,Roger de la Fresnaye, Paris, 1935, illustration ofthe plastern.p.
Roger De La Fresnaye - Le Coin De Table

Roger De La Fresnaye - Le Coin De Table

Original 1912
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Lot number: 426
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LE COIN DE TABLE Roger de La Fresnaye 1885 - 1925 signed R de La Fresnayeand dated12(lower left) oil on canvas 73 x 60 cm; 28 3/4 x 23 5/8 in. Painted in 1912. Collection Saccard Galerie Maeght, Paris Jerome Hill, California Galerie Bellier, Paris Private collection, France Exhibited Paris, Galerie Levesque, Peintures, dessins, aquarelles de Roger de la Fresnaye, 1914 Paris, Galerie Barbazanges, Exposition rétrospective des œuvres de Roger de la Fresnaye, 1926, no. 34 (probably) Paris, Musée National d'Art Moderne, Roger de la Fresnaye, 1950, no. 52, illustrated in the catalogue New York,Knoedler & Co, Roger de la Fresnaye, 1951, no. 9 Minneapolis, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Fiftieth anniversary exhibition, 1915-1965, 1965-66, illustrated in the catalogue Musée de Tessé, Le Mans and Barcelona, Museo Picasso, Cubisme et Tradition, 2005-06, no. 55,illustrated in thecatalogue Literature Germain Seligman, Roger de la Fresnaye, Neuchâtel, 1969, no. 129,illustrated p. 153 Catalogue Note Le Coin de Table was painted in 1912. A 27 year old painter - along with other young painters and sculptors of the Groupe de Puteaux - was at a revolutionary, stylistic crossroads. La Fresnaye's remarkable still-life was created in the heat of the founding of La Section d'Or and the organization of what would become the century's first great collective cubist manifestation. It took place at the Galerie La Boétie in October of 1912. La Fresnaye and the other principal figures of the cubist movement showed their work, with the notable exception of Picasso, whose spirit nonetheless presided over the event. Four months later, the Armory Show opened its doors to a stunned New York public. The earthquake engendered by avant-garde European Modernism rocked the American artistic scene. Once again, La Fresnaye was present at this crucial moment, and his four entries at the landmark event hung beside paintings by Picasso, Braque, Delaunay, Gleizes, Picabia, Duchamp, Archipenko and Brancusi. In 1914, Le Coin de Table was exhibited for the first time in public. La Fresnaye, clearly proud of it, gave the seminal painting a place of honor in his one-man-show at the Galerie Levesque in Paris. Apollinaire praised the event as being "the most important exhibition of the year by a young artist". In a period photo, the still-life can be seen, proudly holding its own on the right side of the rear wall, not far from a large scale composition related to it (La Vie Conjugale, The Barnes Collection). Le Coin de Table is a daring and successful work. Its originality resides in its subject-matter and in the artist's poetic use of border-less edges which suggest movement, and also the possibility that the elements of his still-life will eventually work their way, unimpeded, to the outer edges of the canvas. In his catalogue raisonné, the La Fresnaye scholar, Germain Seligman observes that the planes of perspective in the painting radiate outward like the spokes of a wheel from its central axis, giving them thrust. Since the elements are fragmented, the edges of the composition frayed and dissolving, solidity is threatened. Is the painting, then, a metaphor for progress ? The painted surface, a superficial, uppermost layer on the arena of the canvas, is being sucked into the vortex of a central pivotal point, the circular mirror (an object rich with symbolic significance). Thus, the vestiges of the past are contracting rather than expanding and are making room for a future that is blank, white, and as yet to be defined. Le Coin de Table is a work of a genius by an artist who died young and who painted relatively little. His legacy of marvelously crafted compositions figure among the best productions of his generation. La Fresnaye was never tempted to enter into the labyrinth of Synthetic Cubism, with its kaleidoscopic fragmentation and its multiple planes. He chose, rather, to experiment with simpler, more legible solutions and his vision resolutely pointed to the future. It would pave the way for "après le Cubisme" - the post-war Purism of Léger, Man Ray, Ozenfant, Le Corbusier.
Roger De La Fresnaye - Portrait D'un Homme

Roger De La Fresnaye - Portrait D'un Homme

Original 1913
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Lot number: 114
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PORTRAIT D'UN HOMME Roger de La Fresnaye 1885 - 1925 signed R de la Fresnaye (lower right) pen and ink and pencil on paper 33.5 by 26cm., 13 1/4 by 10 1/4 in. Executed circa 1913. Georges Moos, Geneva Marianne Feilchenfeldt, Zürich Private Collection, Germany (acquired from the above in 1981) Thence by descent to the present owner Exhibited Paris, Galerie Berggruen, Roger de la Fresnaye, 1963, n.n., illustrated in the catalogue New York, Albert Loeb & Krugier Gallery, Roger de la Fresnaye, 1967, no. 7, illustrated in the catalogue Literature Guillaume Apollinaire,Calligrammes, Geneva, 1952, illustrated p. 40 Germain Seligman, Roger de La Fresnaye, Neuchâtel, 1969, no. 238, illustrated p. 38
Roger De La Fresnaye - Le Jardin, Version À L'encre

Roger De La Fresnaye - Le Jardin, Version À L'encre

Original 1919
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Lot number: 386
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LE JARDIN, VERSION À L'ENCRE Roger de La Fresnaye 1885-1925 signed Lafresnayeand dated1919 (lower right) ink and gouache on paper 21 x 15,9 cm; 8 1/4 x 6 1/4 in. Executed in 1919. Paul Chadourne, Garches André Schoeller, Paris Acquired from the above by the present owner in 2013 Exhibited New York, Marie Harriman Gallery, Roger de la Fresnaye, 1932, no. 22 Paris, Musée d'art moderne, Roger de la Fresnaye,1950, no. 122 Literature Germain Seligman, Roger de La Fresnaye : avec le catalogue raisonné de l'oeuvre, Neuchâtel, 1969, no. 377, illustrated p. 219
Roger De La Fresnaye - L'homme Au Bras Tendu

Roger De La Fresnaye - L'homme Au Bras Tendu

Original 1925
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Lot number: 209
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Roger de La Fresnaye (1885-1925) L'homme au bras tendu signed and dated 'la Fresnaye 25' (lower left) sanguine, chalk and ink wash on paper 12 3/4 x 10 1/2 in. (32.2 x 26.5 cm.) Executed in 1925 Provenance Jacques Dubourg, Paris. Bela Hein, Paris. Private collection, Lille. Acquired from the above by the present owner.
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