Kunstwerken kopen van de Belgische kunstenaar Arthur Greuell

Greuell Arthur

Arthur Greuell was a Belgian artist who was born in 1891 in Wildbad/Germany and who died in 1933 in Paris. He was a painter, watercolorist, graphic artist and illustrator. Education at the Academy in Brussels (1905-1909) and in Paris (1913-1914) under Louis Anquetin. Realized figures, nudes, compositions. Fauvist color palette. He often glorified women in his works. Under the influence of Van Dongen and his friend Ed. gogh. Returned to Belgium after his stay in Paris and concentrated mainly on graphic work. He has illustrated, among others, Les Chansons de Bilitis (P. Louys), Les fleurs du mal (Baudelaire) and two works by Max Deauville, Les contes persans and Edith Elvergreen. Le Musée du Livere publishes some of his works. Exhibited, among other things, at the 'Exposition de la Lithographie Contemporaine' in the Royal Library in Brussels in 1931. Returned to Paris around 1931 to fully devote himself again to painting. Painted portraits, nudes, characters from the world of the music hall and cabaret, theatre, dance and film. Mentioned in BAS I and Two centuries of signatures of Belgian artists. (Piron).