Anna Acsai - paintings for sale

Hungary
e-mail : kikerics52@freemail.hu
Dance 6.
(After A.Razumovszkaya)
30x40 cm canvas,acrylic
1300 EURO
Dance 7.
(After A.Razumovszkaya)
 30x40 cm canvas,acrylic
 1300 EURO

Forest road
(After L.Afremov)
 30x40 cm Fiberboard,acrylic
 1300 EURO

The life of
 40x50 cm fiberboard,acrylic
 1300 EURO


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William Altitude






Impressionism - Ruben Galerme - art for sale

 Contact
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Phone:  15 6 457 9610
CABA Argentina.



Fog fading into the sun's gap. by Rubén Galerme.
Oil painting on canvas in 74 x 118 cm.
Impressionist style. Work for sale. Value: USD 2500.00.

Morning mist. By Rubén Galerme.
Oil painting on canvas in 60 x 80 cm. Impressionist style,
Distinguished work in Bs.As. Banelco Award.
Exhibited in the program Almorzando with Mhirta Legrand,
America Tv cycle 2007.
Value: Upon request

Yachting Club Olivos. (Bs.As.).
By Rubén Galerme.
Oil painting on hardboard in 36 x 50 cm.
Impressionist style. Value: USD 3000.00.

Docks of the Port of Tigre.
Autumn. By Rubén Galerme.
Oil painting on hardboard, in 65 x 100 cm.
Impressionist style. Value: USD 3,000.00.

Yachts. By Rubén Galerme.
Oil painting on hardboard in 50 x 70 cm.
Impressionist style. Work for sale.
Value: USD 1400.00.

The ravine, the river and its reflections.
By Rubén Galerme.
Oil painting on hardboard in 50 x 70 cm. Impressionist style,
work for sale. Value: USD 1900.00.


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Jean Jansem

Hovhannes "Jean" Semerdjian (9 March 1920 – 27 August 2013), also known as Jean Jansem, was a French-Armenian painter. Jansem's artworks are internationally known, and are part of museum collections throughout France, Japan and the United States. A Foreign member of the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia (2002).
He was awarded by the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in 1953 and by the Knight of the French Legion of Honour in 2003.The President of Armenia awarded Jansem a Medal of Honor for his “reinforcement of Armenian-French cultural ties.”
Hovhannes Semerdjian was born in 1920 in Bursa, Turkey. In 1922, his family fled to Greece. He spent his childhood in Thessaloniki.They arrived to Issy-les-Moulineaux suburb of Paris, France in 1931 when he was 11 and that is when he begin to paint. The first professional schools for Jansem became free academies of Montparnasse (1934-1936). He studied in the Ecole des Arts Decoratifs. His teachers were Brianshon, Legjon and Udon. Jansem also studied at the Sabatie studio for a year. Early paintings by Jansem were mainly to national issues. He had individual exhibitions in Paris, New York, Chicago, London, Tokyo, Rome, Brussels, Lausanne, Beirut etc. Hovhannes Semerdjian was elected the President of the Young Artists' Saloon in 1956.








He won the Comparison prize in Mexico in 1958. In Japan, two museums were built to honor Jansem′s work, located in Tokyo Ginza and Nagano Prefecture Azumino. In 1973 he visited Armenia for the first time. In 2001, 34 of his paintings were given to the Armenian Genocide Museum.
The act of painting reveals who we are. We are betrayed by what we love.
— Jean Jansem
Azumino Jansem Museum
Jansem’s primary sources of inspiration were Goya and Brueghel. His mother and his children were the main heroes in his earlier works. Jansem was characterized as a miserablist, an artist of unfortunate people.
On 10 March 2010, the day after Jansem's 90th birthday, during a visit to France, the President of Armenia awarded Jansem a medal of honour saying the following, "Our nation is proud of you and values highly your art. While living outside Armenia, you have made our country more recognizable, extending our nation's good name all over the world."Jansem died on 27 August 2013, aged 93, outside Paris.Wikipedia










Mixed media paintings James Coignard

"James Coignard, painter, ceramist, sculptor and etcher, was born in Tours in 1925. At the age of 23 and after a brief career in the French administration, he discovers the landscapes of the French Riviera and decides to study at Arts décoratifs in Nice. Four years later, he quits his job at the administration to commit himself entirely to his artistic career. The encounter with Paul Hervieu in 1950 is decisive. His collaboration with gallery Hervieu made him known in artistic circles, nationally and internationally and then particularly in Scandinavia. At the beginning of his career, art critics label James Coignard as a member of Ecole de Paris. Soon, his painting and ceramic distances themselves from those of his colleagues and he goes it alone. At the beginning of the sixties, he starts to work with glass but the technical turning point occurs in 1968 when his friend Henri Goetz discovers a new etching technique, using carborundum. Etching then becomes central in his work. At the same time, his career takes off internationally. He travels a lot, especially to Sweden and USA where he lives during a few years. 1978, James Coignard participates in the creation of the etching studio Pasnic, with which he starts a long collaboration. During the eighties, he shares his time between Paris and the French Riviera and takes an interest in artist’s books and publishing issues. He exhibits now all over the world, and is acknowledged as one of the greatest painter-etchers of his time. Until his decease in 2008, James Coignard was a prolific painter, sculptor and etcher and leaves behind an immense work."(.jamescoignard.net)
"In both his mixed media canvases and his works on paper, Coignard also achieves a deep, heavy texture that is another distinctive trait of his art. He is also an accomplished sculptor as well, working with such varied materials as bronze and glass. Coignard is a compulsive worker, producing entire series of paintings and prints in intense sessions that sometimes last up to three months. His methods are meticulous, in the tradition of the Old Masters. He starts each piece with dramatic swashes of blue, red, yellow, green and black that are his signature colors."(elliottgallery.com)














Italian Modern Art Fausto Pirandello

Fausto Pirandello (17 June 1899 – 30 November 1975) was an Italian painter belonging to the modern movement of the Scuola romana (Roman School). He was the son of Nobel laureate Luigi PirandelloAfter a short experience in Paris, where he met the most important artistic personalities of the time between 1920 and 1930, Pirandello entered the movement of Scuola Romana, distinguishing himself for originality and solitary exploration. His painting tends towards a quotidian realism manifested at times in the more unpleasant and pitiless aspects of life, expressed through a dense and thorny pictorial matter. His vision is an intellectualist one, which however translates even the most brutal naturalist datum into a sort of magic realism with an archaic and metaphysical taste.Pirandello's style goes from cubism, to tonalism, to realist-expressionist forms: Important in this period was his participation to the activities of literary magazine "Corrente di Vita". Pirandello's work became an impressive testimony of a poet who interpreted in painting the analysing and psychological spirit of his father Luigi.Pirandello changed his style around the 1950s, re-absorbing influences from the cubists (i.e., Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso), and thus living the troubled and difficult phase affecting the whole Italian painting art, between "realism" and "neocubism", yet achieving through the deformations of an expressionist approach, original formal solutions in between abstraction and figuration His paintwork sought a new definition, with a strong reference to a cubist syntax in the colour tassellations and in those compositions where the narrative datum gradually loses importance.
He exhibited widely, during the whole course of his artistic life, with displays at the various Biennales at the Roman Quadriennales, and personal expos at the Galleria della Cometa, Galleria del Secolo, Gallery of Rome. Among those after World War II, noticeable were his anthological exhibition at Ente Premi Roma in 1951, the persona of 1955 at the Catherine Viviano Gallery of New York City and the personal at "Nuova Pesa " of Rome in 1968.Wikipedia