Boncompain’s work is always celebratory, presenting the pleasures of life with a Mediterranean vividness. His paintings, executed for the most part in Paris, are evocative of the environment and lifestyle of the South of France. He displays a wide combination of modern influences, combining a radiant and joyful Mattisean clarity of light with a simplicity and arrangement of form that brings to mind Milton Avery. The vibrant and earthy colors of these works; terracotta, ochre, rich purple, deep red and blue, elicit memories of Gauguin’s Tahitian paintings.
Pierre Boncompain has had exhibitions in museums throughout the world, including: the Musée de Lille; Musée de Valence; Kajikawa Foundation, Kyoto; Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris; Takashimaya Museum, Osaka; Singer Foundation, Holland; Navio Museum, Kyoto; Ambrosiano Library, Milan; and a recent one-man retrospective exhibition at the Shanghai Art Museum, China. His works can be found in public and private collections throughout the world.
- - verberg extra tekst
Exposities (komt nu voorbij)
De volgende instellingen hebben werk in stock:
Madelon Eekels Kunsthandel,