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Rigazzi Jean

Jean Rigazzi was a Franco-Belgian artist born in Besançon (France) in 1922 and died in Antwerp in 1993. He was a painter, sculptor, ceramist, designer of assemblages, stained glass and tapestries. He studied law at the University of Lyon for a while. He was self-taught in the visual arts. He ended up in Antwerp after the Second World War. His work is expressionist as well as symbolist and lyrical abstract. Color and matter play an important role in the structure of his works. He found his inspiration in the landscape, the Scheldt, the sea and women, among other things. His works sometimes seem imbued with a bright and mystical light. From the press: “Anyone who comes into contact with the work of this colour-drunk painter will be surprised by the truly 'Flemish' way in which J.R. the atmosphere of his beloved Scheldt landscape. In grand evocations of color, leaning towards the abstract for the way in which they are synthesized, the artist sings the praises of the unsurpassed landscape on the banks of the stream.” He exhibited in Hof de Bist in 1975. He was then working in Schoten. Jean Rigazzi is mentioned in Two Centuries of Signatures of Belgian Artists. (piron)
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