Daniel Aïram

Born in Lyon, France in 1958 Daniel Aïram studied graphic art before working several years as a printer. Devoted to his creative projects full-time since 1982, his paintings, prints and sculptures have been showcased in a number of exhibitions throughout Europe. Daniel Aïram currently lives and works in Nice, France.

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Francis Bacon
Francis Bacon was born in 1909 in Dublin, Ireland. He grew up both in Ireland and the United Kingdom where he spent most of his adult life. Widely renowned for his portraits and depictions of the human figure, Bacon is undoubtedly one of the greatest painters of the twentieth century. Both classical and modern influences converge in his paintings which present visceral depictions of physicality combined with a powerful, often angst-ridden, psychological component.

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Julius Baltazar

Born in Paris in 1949,  Julius Baltazar was noticed in his youth by Salvador Dali who took the budding artist under his wing and encouraged him to pursue his artistic career.


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Hans Bellmer

Hans Bellmer was born in Kattowitz, then part of the German empire, on the 13rd of March 1902. The artist is best known for creating life-sized sculptures of erotic dolls. Historians also consider him a surrealist photographer.
 
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Louis-Pierre Bougie

Louis-Pierre Bougie was born in Trois Rivieres in 1946 and studied in France at l'Atelier Champfleury and also with Lacourière and Frélaut.

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Jean Cortot

Jean Cortot is a french artist and member of the Académie des beaux-arts. HIs work is heavily influenced by his love of philosophy and literature and he is said to paint poetry. His works have been known and sought after since 1950.

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Vieira Da Silva

Maria Helena Vieira da Silva was born in Lisbon, Portugal on the 13th of June 1908. Early on, she developed an interest in drawing and painting and was enrolled in the city’s Academia de Belas-Artes where she was to study until her teenage years. Afterwards, she studied painting with Fernand Léger, sculpture with Antoine Bourdelle and etching with Stanley William Hayter, all masters in their respective fields.
 

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Olivier Debré

Olivier Debré was born in Paris in 1920. In 1939, after completing his studies in history and architecture, he became Le Corbusiers pupil. Having met some abstract expressionists in the United States, he became influenced by their paintings. From 1960 and onwards, his works were large scale and he focused on the interplay between color and lights on large surfaces.

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Frédéric Desaulniers
Frédéric Desaulniers  was born in St-Hubert, Québec in 1979. He has been making printed works since 1996 and is a member of the Atelier Circulaire as well as the Quebec printmakers Council.


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Jean-Pierre Larocque

Born in Montreal in 1953, Jean-Pierre Larocque studied drawing and printmaking at the Université du Québec à Montréal before pursuing studies in ceramics at Concordia University and the Alfred University of New York, from which he received an MFA in 1988.

 
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René Laubiès

René Laubiès was born in Saigon in 1924 where he spent most of his childhood. In 1949, following his law studies in Morocco, he settled in Paris. Faithful to his painting practice since his adolescence, his work was well recognized and became in demand in the 1950's.


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Roy Lichtenstein

Roy Lichtenstein was born in Manhattan on the 27th of October 1923. Well known for his paintings depicting comic book imagery, Lichtenstein epitomizes the Pop Art movement. He uses popular imagery with much humor and the texts are parodies of the genre. His unique technique uses exaggerated Ben-Day dots, a printing method used in comic books that superposes dots of solid color to create secondary colors. Although he describes his work as industrial painting as opposed to American painting, his work is nonetheless influenced by American culture and advertising.

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François-Xavier Marange

François-Xavier Marange was born in France in 1948 and has lived and worked in Montreal since 1982. He studied intaglio printmaking at the Leblanc, Lacourière-Frelaut and Maeght studios in Paris. Throughout his career he has rubbed shoulders with great artists such as Miró, Tapiés, Zao Wou-ki and many others.

 
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Sebastian Matta

Roberto Sebastián Antonio Matta Echaurren was born in Santiago Chile on the 11th of November 1911. He is known as one of the most influencial Chilean artists in the abstract expressionist and surreal movements.

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Marc-Antoine Nadeau

Marc-Antoine Nadeau was born in Montreal is 1943. He studied painting and etching at l'École des Beaux Arts de Montréal and continued his studies at l'Atelier libre in graphic research in the 60's. At this Atelier he mostly developped his silkscreening and eau-forte techniques.

 
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Omen

Omen is a Montreal artist that practices street graffiti on concrete surfaces within the city. He also created printed works that have been shown in many North American and Asian galleries.


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Man Ray

Emmanuel Radnitzky, better known as Man Ray, was an American artist who spent most of his career in Paris, France. He is most well known for his avant-garde photography, in which he cast many well know figures of his time such as Kiki de Montparnasse. Although he is known for his photos, he also worked in other mediums and considered himself a painter. He was a major contributor to the Dadaist and surrealist movements.

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Raoul Ubac

Raoul Ubac was born on the 31st of August 1910 in Cologne. He spent most of his youth in Germany and eventually moves to Paris where he studies at the Sorbonne. In Paris, he meets Camille Bryen, Otto Freudlich and André Breton and joins the Surrealist movement.


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