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Jean Fautrier

France (Paris 1898 -  Malabry 1964 ) Wikipedia® : Jean Fautrier
FAUTRIER Jean Nature Morte À La Rhubarbe Et Au Pichet

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Jean Fautrier - Composition

Jean Fautrier - Composition

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Lot number: 673
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Composition. Sign. Fautrier, 5/50. Etching. Visible size 18×21 cm. This lot is subject to Artist's Royalty. Artist\’s Royalty In accordance with Danish copyright law, an additional royalty fee is to be paid for the purchase of works by contemporary Danish artist and some international artists who are either still alive or who have been dead for less than 70 years. × Jean Fautrier (b. Paris 1898, d. Chatenay-Malabry 1964)
Jean Fautrier - Nature Morte À La Rhubarbe Et Au Pichet

Jean Fautrier - Nature Morte À La Rhubarbe Et Au Pichet

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Lot number: 422
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NATURE MORTE À LA RHUBARBE ET AU PICHET Jean Fautrier 1898 - 1964 signedFautrier(upper left) oil on canvas 64,2 x 80 cm; 25 1/4 x 31 1/2 in. Paintedcirca 1925-26. Private collection, Switzerland Collection F. A., Europe Thence by descent to the present owner Literature Marcel André Stalter, Recherches sur la vie et l'œuvre de Jean Fautrier: 1898-1964 [Thèse],Paris, 1983, listed no. 110
Jean Fautrier - Petit Nu Couché

Jean Fautrier - Petit Nu Couché

Original 1929
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Lot number: 110
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PETIT NU COUCHÉ Jean Fautrier 1898 - 1964 signed and numbered 8/9 bronze 7,5 x 18 x 8 cm; 2 15/16 x 7 1/16 x 3 1/8 in. Executed in 1929, this work is number 8 from an edition of 9. This work will be included in the forthcoming Catalogue Raisonné for Jean Fautrier, currently in preparation by Marie-José Lefort, Geneva. Provenance Galerie Couturier, Paris Acquired from the above by the present owner in 2004 Exhibited Hamburg, Kunstverein, Jean Fautrier, 19 May - 17 June 1973; catalogue, p.103, no. 107, illustrated in colour (other edition) Paris, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Jean Fautrier, 1898 - 1964, 25 May - 24 September 1989; catalogue, p. 157, no. 164 (otheredition) Bremen, Graphisces Kabinett,30 October - 19 December 1992; Berlin, Kunstandel Wolfgang Werner KG, 15 January - 6 March 1993,Jean Fautrier, Gemälde und Zeichnungen; catalogue, np., illustrated (otheredition) Milwaukee, The Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Museum, 19 September - 29 December 2009; New York, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery, 28 January - 29 March 2003; Cambridge, Fogg Art Museum, 26 April - 20 July 2003,Jean Fautrier, 1898 - 1964; catalogue, p. 137, no. 49, illustrated in colour (otheredition) Martigny, Fondation Pierre Gianadda, Jean Fautrier, 17 December 2004 - 13 March 2005; catalogue, p. 168, no. 99 (otheredition) Paris, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Jean Fautrier, Matière et Lumière,26January -20May 2018; catalogue, p.199, no. 116, illustrated in colour (otheredition)
Jean Fautrier - Nu Debout À La Frange

Jean Fautrier - Nu Debout À La Frange

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Lot number: 21
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Jean Fautrier NU DEBOUT À LA FRANGE Read Condition Report Register or Log-in to view condition report Or This work will be included in the forthcoming Catalogue Raisonné for Jean Fautrier, currently in preparation by Marie-José Lefort, Geneva. Exhibited Giorgio Galansino,Jean Fautrier: A Chronology of his Early Paintings (1921-1942), 1973, Thesis, Université de Chicago, no. 73, illustrated Marcel André Stalter,Recherche sur l'œuvre de Jean Fautrier de son commencement à 1940. Essai de catalogue méthodique et d'interprétation,Paris, Thesis, Sorbonne, 1982, no. 237 Catalogue Note Fautrier does not paint things or beings but the essential reality of their presence in the world. Flirting with abstraction all along his career, with reminiscence of Turner, Rembrandt and Chardin, this great artist undoubtedly established himself as the master of modern tragedy. Fautrier started doing nudes in 1925 inspired by his partner Andrée Pierson. Through a series of crudely realistic paintings and pastel works made in poisonous tints, the artist gave a hint of the pictorial virtuosity he was to unfold in the course of the following decade. Pioneering the Formal Art movement, these nudes announced the distinct and bold style that distinguished Fautrier. His paintings became darker at the end of the 20s. Ignoring the foundations of neo-classicism and taking even more distance with the artistic movements in fashion at the time, Fautrier initiated what art historians considered his first stroke of genius: his fascinating and disturbing "black period". In this big nude with primitive and expressionist hints, a sculptural body emerges from the darkness of a bister and multicolored background. Disciple of Celine before his time, Fautrier here becomes recipient and visionary of the most ancestral and contemporary painting. Nobody can remain insensitive to the spectral luminosity and raw presence of this work thanks to which Fautrier met his first commercial success: he signed a contract with Paul Guillaume, and Leopold Zborowski exhibited his work next to Modigliani, Kisling and Soutine. Malraux himself recognized his genius, convinced that "modern art [was] born the day the idea of art and beauty were set apart".
Jean Fautrier - La Boite

Jean Fautrier - La Boite

Original 1947
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Lot number: 86
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Jean Fautrier * (Paris 1898-1964 Chatenay) "La boite", 1947, etching and aquatint in colour on thick yellowish laid paper, signed \‘fautrier\’, no. 4 from the edition of 50 numbered impressions of the third and final state, plate size 29.2 x 36 cm, sheet size 44.8 x 67.7 cm, printed by Jacques David and published by Edition Couturier/Paris, Mason 238 III, Engelberts 1947/2, (RAC) Specialist: M.A. Raphael Achterberg
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