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Jean-Pierre Cassigneul artwork • painting • for sale Nature morte aux Raisins

Jean-Pierre Cassigneul

Nature morte aux Raisins
oil on canvas 54.0 x 65.0 cm, signed l.r. with initials and painted ca. 1960

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    Jean-Pierre Cassigneul, born in 1935 in Paris, studied at the École des Beaux Arts and worked from 1956 until 1960 as a pupil of the painter, lithographer and 'décorateur' Roger Chapalain-Midy. Already in 1956 he had his first solo exhibition at Galerie Bellechasse in Paris. Nowadays, Cassigneul is an internationally renowned artist, represented by galleries in Tokyo (Tamenaga Gallery) and New York (Wally Findlay Gallery). In his work he continues the tradition of the early 20th century Nabis-artists such as Bonnard and Vuillard. Women often play the main part in his works and in some dramatic portraits an influence by Kees van Dongen is noticable. As of the 1970s, in addition to solo exhibitions in Europe and the United States Cassigneul regularly exhibits in Japan, where he receives commissions for monumental wall paintings and carpets. The artist also made name as a lithographer and scene and costume designer.

    Jean-Pierre Cassigneul | At the harbour of Deauville, gouache on paper, 113.5 x 59.2 cm, signed l.l.

    Jean-Pierre Cassigneul

    watercolour • drawing • for sale

    At the harbour of Deauville

    Jean-Pierre Cassigneul | Dans le pré, oil on canvas, 92.1 x 64.9 cm, signed l.c. and painted in 1964

    Jean-Pierre Cassigneul

    painting • for sale

    Dans le pré, 1964

    Jean-Pierre Cassigneul | On a terrace in Deauville, gouache on paper, 110.8 x 59.5 cm, signed l.l. and dated 1977

    Jean-Pierre Cassigneul

    watercolour • drawing • for sale

    On a terrace in Deauville, 1977

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