Historic Art | Jean Paul Riopelle R.C.A.

Sans titre 1950 oc 7

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Sans Titre, 1950

Technique: oil on canvas

Dimensions: 7.5x9.5 in.


Maurice Lefebvre-Foinet, Paris
Private Collection, Paris (by descent)

P. Schneider, Riopelle signes mêlés, Paris, 1972, no. 26, p. 19, illustrated (full page in colour)
Y. Riopelle, Jean-Paul Riopelle Catalogue Raisonné 1939-1953, Montreal, 1999, vol. I, no. 1950.019H.1950, . 234, illustrated (full page in colour)
D. Craven, The Automatist Paintings of Jean Paul Riopelle, artscanada, Toronto, March/April 1981, p. 48, illustrated

About the Artist

Jean Paul Riopelle was born in Montreal, Canada in 1923, and studied to the Ecole des Beaux-arts in Montreal in 1943. Like many North American artists, Riopelle went to Paris following World War II to study, but took up permanent residence there. A contributor to European Abstract Expressionism, Riopelle's characteristic abstractions are gestural, with thick paint applied with a palette knife. MASTERS GALLERY EXHIBITIONS Riopelle: An exhibition of work from private Calgary collections
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