Robert Savary (1920-2000) - Paysage de Provence, le village de Grasse
Original lithography on 61 x 81 cm vellum paper.
Artwork numbered and signed in pencil
Artwork never framed, the numbering may differ from the photos.
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Biography: Robert Savary is a French painter and engraver, he was born on April 20, 1920 in Paris, and died in May 28 2000 in Le Petit-Quevilly.
A figurative artist, Robert Savary is part of the New School of Paris. He was a pupil of Maurice Brianchon at the National School of Fine Arts in Paris, and won the Prize of the Casa de Velázquez in 1948.
He won the Rome Prize in Painting in 1950. From 1957, he taught at the regional school of fine arts in Rouen (of which he became the honorary director) while living in Paris and spending his summers in Collioure. He was appointed painter for the Navy in 1987. René Aberlenc, Paul Collomb and Paul Guiramand are among his close friends.
For more than forty years, he was part of the group of exhibitors invited by Maurice Boitel to the Salon Comparisons in Paris.
- Robert Savary
- Title of artwork
- Paysage de Provence, le village de Grasse
- Hand signed
- Edition numbered and signed in pencil
- Image size
- 61×81 cm
- Total dimensions
- 61×81×0 cm
- Sold with frame