Kunstwerken kopen van de Franse kunstenaar Guy Bardone

Bardone Guy

Guy Bardone was a French artist who was born in 1927 in Saint-Claude and who died in 2015 in Oyonnax. He was a painter, draftsman, graphic artist and designer of tapestries. After studying at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Lyon, he entered the Ecole supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in 1945 where he was taught by Brianchon, Cavaillès and Desnoyers. In 1950 he met the critic George Besson who encouraged and advised him. In 1952, he won the Félix Fénéon Prize and began exhibiting in various salons and group exhibitions, most notably in 1947, at the 7th Salon for under-30s, alongside Bernard Buffet, Geneviève Asse and even Kupka1. He was selected in 1953 for the important group exhibition Celebrities and Revelations of Contemporary Painting at the Galliera Museum in Paris. In 1954 he took part for the first time in the Ecole de Paris exhibition at the Galerie Charpentier. In 1957 he received the Greenshields Foundation Prize, while Vlaminck, Dunoyer de Segonzac and Villon were on the jury. Guy Bardone's drawings, watercolors and oils radiate color, as if printed on the artist's many travels. The sensuality emanating from his work is expressed in the touch, the thickness of the colours, worked with a knife and a brush. It is a cheerful, warm, optimistic, generous art. Resolutely figurative, it recalls, through its sincerity, its love for nature and the happiness it spreads, the art of Pierre Bonnard, whom Bardone admired unconditionally. (Wikipedia)