Le printemps, 1975 by Andre Brasilier - For sale at Trinity House Paintings
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Le printemps, 1975 by Andre Brasilier

£34,500


Provenance:
Private collection, Japan; Private collection, United ...
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Dimensions:
(unframed)
21.70 x 15.00 ins
55.12 x 38.10 cms
Signature:
Signed lower right and signed, titled and dated verso
Medium:
Oil on canvas
Catalogue No:
4702

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Le printemps, 1975 by Andre Brasilier - For sale at Trinity House Paintings
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This delicately stylised depiction of a Japanese woman, standing under a tree in spring time, is by the pre-eminent contemporary artist André Brasilier. His career has spanned decades, and he has experienced several pivotal art movements first hand, inspiring his sensitive and eclectic style, which focuses on invoking feeling, rather than detailed form.

 

André Brasilier is a French painter and printmaker whose work is typified by a breezy lyricism, wherein real-life subjects are transposed into dreamlike settings. His images portray a peaceful world, with delicate compositional and colour harmonies bathed in soft, cool light. He takes significant aesthetic and philosophical inspiration from Japanese prints, with his paintings often featuring pastoral scenes, musical instruments, the sea, women, and horses. Brasilier adopted this fascination for all things Japanese from his predecessors; the avant-garde painters early 20th Century Paris. Van Gogh also who collected Japanese prints and took many of his techniques from observing them.

André Brasilier’s parents, Jacques and Alice, were formative in his own development as an artist.  Jacques Brasilier (1883-1965) had trained with Alfons Mucha, Europe’s best known poster artist of the last century.  Jacques went on to become...

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About Andre Brasilier

Private collection, Japan;
Private collection, United Kingdom

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