Lot 26

André COTTAVOZ (1922)

Venise

Huile sur toile d'origine
Signé en bas à droite "Cottavoz"
Porte au dos les annotations " Venise Cottavoz 1989"

H: 37.0 x L: 44.5 cm

Estimate : 2 000 € - 3 000 €

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André COTTAVOZ (1922)

Venise

Huile sur toile d'origine
Signé en bas à droite "Cottavoz"
Porte au dos les annotations " Venise Cottavoz 1989"

H: 37.0 x L: 44.5 cm

Estimate : 2 000 € - 3 000 €


COTTAVOZ André (1922)

André Cottavoz est un artiste français né en 1922. Il est connu pour sa peinture figurative: ses portraits, ses nus, ses paysages, ses marines mais aussi ses lithographies et ses illustrations. Il peint de nombreux paysages de la Toscane, des Alpilles et des vues de Lyon. Il étudie à l’Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Lyon. En 1949, il reçoit une Bourse du Prix National de Peinture, l’année suivante un Prix de la Biennale de Mention et en 1953 il reçoit le Premier Prix de Fénéon. Dès 1964, il réalise de nombreuses lithographies. Il expose dans plusieurs Salons parisiens: le Salon d’Automne, le Salon des Tuileries, le Salon des Jeunes Peintres et le Salon de Mai. A partir de 1953, il commence à exposer seul. Dès 1968, il peint des scènes plutôt intimistes. En 1964, il illustre “Le Dialogue de l’Arbre” de Paul Valéry ainsi que “L’Odyssée” de Kazantzakis quatre ans plus tard.


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